This rustic cabin mobile home kitchen makeover has left me speechless!
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This amazing makeover comes from the popular Country Woman Magazine. I’m probably as country as it gets so, of course, I’m a big fan and visit their site often but I never thought they would ever feature a mobile home remodel as gorgeous as this.
A Cloudy, Oklahoma couple transformed their older mobile home into a true rustic cabin. The heart and soul of the home received the most dramatic change and this mobile home kitchen makeover is amazing:
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The owners have lived in their home for more than 25 years and during those years they expanded and remodeled it whenever possible. Patience and dedication ultimately transformed a once humble mobile home into an amazing log-cabin that was beautiful enough to be featured in a popular lifestyle magazine!
Here’s their interview with Country Woman Magazine:
Our log-sided home actually began as a humble mobile home that we’ve expanded and improved on over the last 25 years. The kitchen I cooked in while raising our three kids was little-bitty! I only had three drawers! Still, we made room for the friends the kids were always bringing home.
Our kitchen is where everyone congregates. I want everyone to feel comfortable, and so a few years ago I was ready to remodel. Some folks plan a remodel for years. Not us!
Fortunately, Brad’s a trim carpenter and cabinetmaker with plenty of kitchen experience. After gutting our kitchen, he turned to me and asked, “Now, what do you want in here?”
That afternoon, I hurriedly paged through magazines to pick out features – like roll-out storage for my huge flour bin, a phone hutch, a pantry, and lazy Susan cabinets.
Brad eyed my list and said, “Woman, I just don’t know how I’m going to get all that in here!”
But he did all that and more! I’d been dead-set against losing floor space to an island. Brad was adamant that I’d love one as a baking center, even offering to take it out in a month if I didn’t like it. And now I’m really happy he talked me into it!
The interview continues:
Our picture window was spur-of-the-moment, too. Light was pouring through a huge hole in the back wall the day Brad was replacing the two small windows; I asked if we could have a large one instead. It gives a wonderful view of our yard and flower beds, plus the mountains beyond.
Brad was less enthusiastic at first about an aged tin ceiling which came from a 70-year-old barn nearby. But with the rough-cut rafters it offers a rustic feel that contrasts with the modern knotty pine and cedar cabinetry he crafted.
A tile mural behind the range adds to the cowboy feel.
My tile floor is dirt-brown for a reason. There’s so much dirt out here that I just took a few sample tiles outside, poured dirt over them, and picked the closest match.
There’s not much more to add, huh?
This is an amazing, one-of-a-kind home that speaks for itself.
Seeing how others were able to achieve such a goal inspires me so much! The only thing I can think to add is that I really wish we could see the rest of their home!
All images and interview are property of Country Woman Magazine.
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