Rachel Ashwell’s Paradise Cove Shabby Chic Masterpiece

Here at Mobile Home Living, we have featured many Paradise Cove Homes. Known as the most expensive mobile home park in America, this park is home to some of the most amazing mobile homes around!

Rachel Ashwell’s home is no exception!  Featured on My Domaine blog we just had to share Rachel’s masterpiece.

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Stylish Shabby Chic

Rachel Ashwell’s is known for her signature “Shabby Chic” style.  She used this in her Malibu home and was able to create not only a sanctuary for herself but also a place to entertain family and friends.  She kept things simple with a white backdrop and a palette of blues that were a perfect combination considering her oceanside location.

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel bathroom after

Small But Amazing

Rachel was able to think outside the box and make the most of her small space.  Turns out her Paradise Cove home is among one of the smallest in the community.  She was also able to incorporate some of her own signature details. These included vintage wallpaper and gloss paint. Also, she painted all of the floors white which is perfect for life at the beach!

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

Favorite Spot in the Home

Rachel’s favorite place in the home is a small three-by-six space that she uses as a sleeping nook. A platform was built with storage drawers beneath and a mattress perched on top which made the perfect spot for reading or napping.  We love it!

Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

 Rachel ashwell's paradise cove shabby chic masterpiece

This home has all the traits of a perfect refuge!  Small but absolutely amazing. See more great designs from Rachel here. 

Looking for more Shabby Chic inspiration from Rachel? Check out some of her great books we found on Amazon! Like this one:

Shabby chic decor-rachels book
This is just one of the many books available from Rachel! #affiliate

Want to check out some of the other homes at Paradise Cove? Click here! 

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13 Comments
  1. JOHN PHILLIPS says

    My wife & I have a 1999 1624 sq.ft double wide open floor plan with a 3 car garage mobile home that permanently sits on a acre of land in a sub division not a mobile home park outside Brighton, Colorado. We call it the Lucky Lady Rose after my first dog. We not only own the mobile home, but the land it sits on. Since it sits on a permanent foundation the state of Colorado considers it a stick home not a mobile home, so we have to pay property taxes like a stick built home owner does. We bought it as is thinking that we can remodel it from the inside out, from the ground up making it a stick built home. We want to start from the frame up making the home as self efficient as possible. Even though its in a sub division live of the grid. It will be cheaper to remodel a mobile home than a stick built one. Make it practical not stylish. Don’t need it, don’t have it. I ‘m physically handicapped so we need to remodel it anyway. Make the whole home including the yard as maintenance free as possible. I have never hear of anyone talking about a mobile home for a disabled person. Like in a tiny home make every inch count. I know there is a lot of wasted space in a mobile home. Be practical use both ideas from tiny & stick built homes. I love your news letter. I get ideas that inspire me with each news letter.

    1. Kim Alley says

      So glad you love our site and newsletter. Good luck with your remodel. We would love to share it with our readers once you complete it!

  2. Florence says

    You say at the end “see more great designs from Ashley” do you mean Ashwell?

    1. Crystal Adkins says

      Yes ma’am! Thanks for letting us know about the error!

  3. staci lee says

    Ooh, I want to see a picture of the 3×6 nook and platform bed!

  4. Judy Buessing says

    Fantastic color combinations with home and trim/shutters. What color and brand of paint was used for the body and the shutters? I’d be most appreciative of this information. Thanks for sharing!

  5. katy says

    how wide is this trailer?

    1. Crystal Adkins says

      Hi Katy,

      It looks a lot like my single wide so I’m gonna guess it is 12′ wide. I didn’t find a definitive answer, though. Sorry!

    2. Mary Beth Weaver says

      Great job!!!

      1. Debra says

        We bought our 1987 mobile and are wanting to spruce up the exterior. We checked on new vinyl siding but no one seems willing or able to install it over the existing metal siding. I like the board and batten look. Any information on how to add over the metal siding?

      2. Crystal Adkins says

        Hi Debra,

        I’ve seen a lot of mobile homes get vinyl siding over the original metal using furring strips. The metal acts as an exterior sheathing and the holes are all sealed so water can’t get through. If there is bowing or rust I could see if being difficult. The only other thing I can think of is your location. We’re in WV, NC, and SC but in states like Florida, it may be too wet and hot to add vinyl over metal. I’d listen to the pros. Luckily, it doesn’t take much to remove the siding it’s just time-consuming.

        Best of luck!

  6. deb says

    Is that some kind of stick on application on the kitchen windows? I take it not a nice view?

    1. Crystal Adkins says

      I think so, Deb. I’ve never been there but I have the impression that the homes are very close to each other in that park unless you live on the perimeter. Thanks for reading MHL!