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How To Best Make Your Mobile Home Luxurious

How To Best Make Your Mobile Home Luxurious

In recent years, mobile homes have improved with better utilities and amenities to increase their resale value and remain competitive in the real estate market. Here are some tricks to make your mobile home luxurious so you can feel right at home.

Paint Is Your Best Friend

If you have ever remodeled a home, you will know that painting is one of the best things you can do to give your house a facelift. Even if you have a new mobile home, you can give it a new look with color. This goes for the inside and outside. If you want to take it a step further, you can paint your fixtures to give them more depth and character.

Changing the Mood With Lighting

Lighting is one of the simplest fixes that people overlook when remodeling. The lighting alone can create different moods and atmospheres in your home. If you use LED and can lighting, you can adjust the mood and change the colors or dim the lighting to create different moods. If you use smart bulbs, you can remotely control the lighting throughout your house with smart technology like tablets and phones. The right lighting brings your mobile home to the next level of comfort both night and day.

New Trim and Skirting

Mobile homes aren’t known for having the most attractive exteriors. Adding new siding is an update you can do yourself for a unique look that will make you proud to call it home. You can even use polymer siding that mimics wood grain to give your mobile home that rustic cabin look or a lighter color for something a little chicer. Skirting is also optional with most mobile homes but can breathe life into your property if your trailer didn’t have one before.

Add Your Own Decor

Of course, it wouldn’t be home if you didn’t make it your own. Try adding some decor to help spruce things up to your liking. You can even DIY things like blankets and throw pillows for your furniture. If you decide on curtains for your windows, try longer curtains as they will make your walls look taller and give the illusion of more space. Add a few potted plants here and there to give your place some depth, and you’ll never want to leave your luxurious newly renovated home.

It’s easy to make a house into a home if you know what to do. Mobile homes are pretty basic most of the time, so knowing how to make your mobile home luxurious is a skill you will need if you want to make it feel like home.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a freelance writer living in Orlando, Florida with many published bylines in magazines, newspapers, and multimedia sites. As a professional lifestyle writer, Karen specializes in art, architecture, design, home interiors and personality profiles. Karen is the writer, producer and host of the streaming series, The Design Tourist ( that brings viewers a global dose of design inspiration with episodes featuring the latest looks and trends from the world’s premiere design events and shows. She also publishes a quarterly magazine on design travel that you can read by clicking the link: Her journalism background includes seven years on-air experience as a TV news reporter and anchor covering a range of issues from education to politics. Her educational credentials include a Master of Arts in Mass Communications from Northeast Louisiana University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Louisiana State University. Throughout her career, Karen has written and produced dozens of documentaries and videos for educational, commercial, corporate, and governmental clients and appeared in many TV and video productions as a professional host.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a travel host and writer with a popular travel show, The Design Tourist, and a companion lifestyle blog. As a widely published travel journalist and content creator, Karen is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association. She also serves as the Design and Travel editor of the national lifestyle magazine, LaPalme. Karen believes that every destination has a story to tell through its local art, architecture, culture, and craft. This immersive creative exploration begins with authentic accommodations where the narrative of place unfolds through art, accessories, accouterments, furnishings, fixtures, and food. 

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