Our mobile home walls had those ugly thin strips that cover the seams between the wall panels and were popping loose. There are many options on how to cover the seams, but our time and budget was limited! We did something unconventional, instead we emphasize the seams. Dale used 3/4 BC plywood and ripped it
Author: Elizabeth Phillips
After reviewing our options we chose Vinyl Tiles, they have held up very well!
Take a peek! Dressing room update!
I love that Dale made a shelf specifically for the microwave, he even made it so the height was comfortable for me to reach. (He’s my Superman!)
We’ve been here five years! From a deer cabin to a place we now call, “Home Sweet Home.”
The master bathroom had a small shower that was not very comfortable to bathe in.
Newly painted front door, topped off with nice house numbers.
The room looks so fresh. It’s like a new canvas ready to be brought to life!
A few years into our renovation, we couldn’t help but notice the outside of our home. Not very appealing, after all the house is 28 years old! The original color at one time was probably pretty nice but since has faded to a grayish looking color. My husband and I would cringe driving up our driveway. “Poor girl
We bought 1064 square feet mobile home that needed a lot of work! New floors, new walls and everything else! My first day’s thought was what did I get myself into! I really did not want to touch anything in this house! It was dark, dirty and had an old mildew smell. My