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Remarkable Room Inspirations

There’s so many remarkable room inspirations in this post that will inspire and get your creative juices flowing.

I search for rooms to share that mimic the dimensions of a mobile or manufactured room and this one is so similar to my home. Amazing how this is in style but single wides aren’t, huh? The following photo I found on Houzz.  Love the clean lines with the warm wood ceiling that goes perfectly with the warm colors. The low media center and the large feature piece on the wall. Are you swooning yet?

Belvedere contemporary living room

The baby blue backslash goes so well with then natural wood. The shelf is a great use of space, too.

While I couldn’t find confirmation that this was a manufactured home or caravan, it’s obvious to me that it is. If not, it’s gotta be a high priced pre-fab.

Wonderful use of shelving for organizing.

Space saving and stylish mobile homes.

I can see this design easily achieved in a double wide or single wide..

I think every sofa, bed, or table should have built in storage. A prime example of simplicity but a little stuffy.  There’s so much wasted space in our homes that I bet if we really utilized every square inch of space in a smart way we could gain a few marvelous feet. That’s a lot in small single wides. Trust me!

Hope you enjoyed.

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And on a HAPPY note:
Our single wide is officially paid off!
We now own our home and it took less than 17 months, (we paid extra every chance we could!) We have been renting the lot (with a written agreement that it would be sold to us once the mobile was paid off, something about the land was also in his ex wives name and had to be taken off). 
Well, the official down payment for the land is going out Monday! 
In less than 5 years we will not only own our mobile home but a very nice,large and semi-private lot (nothing a few trees won’t fix). My dream home is coming together quite nicely and much quicker than
I Can barely believe it!
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  1. I have a couple things up, the kitchen, exterior and new bathroom
    sink, we've done a little bit so far. We finally paid it off in Feb.
    so now we can use the money to remodel. That's was/is the plan anyway.
    We had financed the home/land for 60 months and got it paid in 17!
    (can you tell I'm proud of that?) Now all the money that isn't going
    to payments are going into the house. Here's the links:
    There's also a a post called “New Vessel Sink at MHL HQ”
    oh and today's post shows the whole lay out of our home and the about
    me page has some a bit about me and this blog

    I can't wait to really get this place exactly how I want it. Money has
    just always been a hinder, now it should be a bit better (well, if our
    ole truck would stop breaking down but I won't have a car payment and
    I do love my

  2. I will look into it and see what I can find out..I haven't done any
    newsletters yet but the feeds should be going through..thanks for
    letting me know and thanks for liking MHL!

  3. I love your site. but for whatever reason, I'm not getting the emails that I signed up for through feedburner. Feedburner says I'm listed but the last email I got was Feb. 2nd. thanks

  4. Thank you, too, for your nice reply! I sure wish I was a "pro" at organizing, but …oh, well, I do my best! 🙂

  5. Thank you so much! Your kind words have made my day! I hope to keep
    finding inspirations to share, it's really not easy to be honest.
    There's so little online. I'm really hoping to get more readers to
    send in their homes, they don't have to be perfect or magazine like,
    just homes that real people live in. I bet your a pro in organizing,
    especially with 3 kids, I could make an awesome post out of your
    tips…hint, again! I truly appreciate you!

  6. I really enjoy your blog! We raised 3 children in a 16 x70 single wide and it worked out great for us. Due to the low cost of living in our "mobile", I was able to quit my job and stay home with the children. We bought our home brand new and we have been in it about 19 years. Like you, I have searched the web "high and low" to find websites that show the positives about owning a mobile home. Our home is paid off now, but the lot is rented. Even with the lot rent, I don't think I know of too many 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom homes that can be had for $250 a month. Keep up the good work and keep finding those great photos of beautifully decorated homes…I'm always looking for new ideas for our place!

  7. We kept hearing \”in the near future too\”..but every payment I mailed,
    every time we spoke I would write/mention \”So, you got the land worked
    out? or \”You ready to sell yet?\” For 16 months he would just shake his
    head or say something like \”I don't wanna sell this land, it's a prime
    piece of property\” and laugh.

    When we did all the paperwork for the home, we discussed buying the
    land but he has been going through a divorce for 2-3 yrs now. I put a
    clause in the contract stating that as soon as his divorce was sealed
    we had first option on the land. He had owned it before the marriage
    so knew he would get to keep it. When I called him last week to tell
    him I was paying the trailer off, I just casually said \”so how much
    will you need for the down payment on the land?\” he laughed and we
    talked out the details. I guess if you want something bad enough you
    will bug them till the give in! Good luck!

  8. Congratulations!!! Now you can really go to town!!!!

    As we head into our next journey of purchasing another mobile home in the near future…I love that term…"in the near future." For us it seems forever…for the seller–he still has not told us when he will sell it to us…"in the near future!" We wait…keep you posted.

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Crystal Adkins

Crystal Adkins

Crystal Adkins created Mobile Home Living in 2011 after buying a 1978 single wide and searching online for mobile home remodeling ideas but finding very little. Today, it's the most popular resource in America for mobile home information and inspiration and has been visited over 40 million times.