I’ve been holding on to this patriotic manufactured home for a couple of months and it’s been killing me! I knew it would be better to save for the 4th so I patiently waited.
I’m so excited to share this home! This double wide exterior is perfectly patriotic but the kitchen is just as awesome.
The right front porch on a mobile or manufactured home can make a huge difference in curb appeal. It’s one of the quickest ways to make a factory-built home look more like a site-built home. Unfortunately, a new covered porch with added details like the window and the shake siding isn’t cheap but it sure is beautiful!
If you have the budget or can add a few unique details like the shake siding on the gable or the window. and a truly unique kitchen. I’ve also gathered a few affordable patriotic decor ideas that you can use to decorate your own manufactured home.
Richie Maureen Wright decorates her manufactured home beautifully for every holiday but the colors of her home paired with red, white, and blue of the patriotic decor really pairs well.
“The American, by nature, is optimistic. He is experimental, an inventor, and a builder who builds best when called upon to build greatly.”
John F. Kennedy
You’ve seen the exterior, but the interior is just as spectacular!
You could call this style romantic farmhouse or perhaps antique farmhouse or just absolutely gorgeous.
Someone asked Maureen if her beautiful kitchen was hard to keep clean. Both she and I think white kitchens are easier to keep clean than dark colors.
I painted the bottom cabinets in our house a black thinking they would be easier to keep clean (or look clean). Boy, was I wrong! Yes, white is hard to keep clean but black seems to show everything even worse.
There are so many little details that I keep finding in the photos. The back walls are covered in ornate textured paper and the columns are so regal and stately.
The antique stove and pie safe are precious American relics.
PS She’s Updated this Kitchen
This home is so gorgeous and inspiring but believe it or not, Richie Maureen has completed changed the look of her kitchen. She’s went with a more modern farmhouse look. I’ll try to talk her into sharing it with us when she is finished!
Patriotic Decor for 4th of July
In celebration of the 4th of July and Mrs. Wright beautiful decorations I wanted to share some affordable patriotic decor ideas.
You can find the links to all the instructions of the craft under the image.
Ribbon and Lace Flag
This is a cute craft and the kids could help a bit. You can find the instructions here.
Patriotic Ombre Wreath
This is cute wreath with the popular ombre look. It’s another patriotic decoration that you can let the kids enjoy. Get the instructions here.
Paper Straw Wreath
This cool wreath could be done in any color. All it takes is a cardboard ring with the straws glued in varying lengths. You can find the instructions here.
You can buy this star shaped wreath at Pier 1 for $25 (affiliate link).
Patriotic Star Wood Curl Wreath. $24.99 at Pier 1
Patriotic Paper Chains
We use to make paper chains for my grandmother’s Christmas tree almost every year. I still cherish those memories. You can find directions here if you need them. PS I like the idea of putting them between the porch railing.
I think this would be such a fun little craft for anyone. All it takes is candy! You can get the instructions here.
Free Patriotic Printables
Finally, I wanted to share a few free patriotic printables I found. You could print these out, frame them, and create some gorgeous walls and mantles.
You can find these free patriotic printables here.
Free Vintage Patriotic Printables
You can find these free vintage patriotic printables here.
Happy 4th of July!
I hope you all have a great 4th of July! I appreciate you reading Mobile Home Living!
6 thoughts on “Patriotic Decor Ideas for Manufactured Homes”
Absolutely stunning! I bought a double wide on land and no one ever realized it was unless I told them.
I love her sense of style. She has an amazing ability to repurpose and pull together vintage items to create a gorgeous and inviting home. Wonderful to see her talents featured here.
I so look forward to Mobile Home Living in my email box. Love the ideas & all the great information.
Las Vegas, Nv.
Wow! Thank you so much, Dee! I appreciate you taking the time to comment – it means so much to me, thank you!
Love the patriotic decor–very affordable even on a tight budget.
Also, I love Maureen’s kitchen–if people would only realize how budget friendly the “unfitted kitchen” can be–and is much more interesting and creative than getting cabinets from a “big box” store. I see so many armoires, china cabinets and buffets/dressers at Habitat, thrift stores, etc for a fraction of the cost of pre-fab cabinets.
Thanks, Linda! I am in love with her house – that front porch is perfect!
Thanks for commenting!