beautiful interiors and design inspirational journal.. from the owner of Madame Sucre vintage inspired boutique..
Unique Mobile Home..
Oh, how I'd love to go shopping in that home! The piece above the window in that second picture, I'm pretty sure I need that. And the over-sized spoon and fork, those too, along with so many other pieces. What a great find. Thanks for sharing the pictures!
I remember seeing this mobile home in a magazine...I think I tore out these exact pages! Mobile home living can be awesome!
this IS more than amazing! I adore each photo! and I adore your blog! it's SO beautiful! you've got new follower! I'll put you on my blog roll! absolutely stunning what you're doing here!
What are you serious? This is a moblie home? This is beautiful. I love love love that kitchen. I would love to see pictures of this mobile home. I thought a mobile home was smaller narrower. I still can not believe it.
This is a mobile home??? NO WAY!!! Unbelievable... People are so creative and talented. I love all the pictures...If you get a chance, stop by my Blog for a visit and say hi.Take care,Aimee
these photos are fantastic! love all of the different elements together...
isnt this amazing? How can a mobile home combine all the beauty of a french country style home is beyond me! now we dont have to own palaces and mansions to have our homes look pretty darn great! thanks gals for the comments!
I love all your beautiful posts..Just so pretty!
wow, i love that style, very clean and beautiful with a vintage feel!
I saw this when I took interior design 2 years ago. It had me drooling.
....space is spacewhat you do with it is totally up to you....this lady I believe "downsized" and decided not go give up her style.Challenge yourself!! Home is where you create your dreams...dream exactly what you desire...suziestew
this brought tears to my eyes. I am doing the same things in my mobile home. I've been a city girl from an upper class family all of my life. now? economy hit us hard and my husband and I are now rural, and not upper class. teetering on the low end of middle class. farming on a little over an acre, and living in a 1250 sq ft mobile home. oh the horrors my family express. two years later, wood floors, painted cabinets, marble-topped island, etc...we're getting somewhere. and I am just now, JUST NOW, inviting people out. It has taught me some things about myself that need to change. But you can't even imagine what your post, and your guests' comments have done for my spirits. if you'd like to follow our journey (is this rude? I don't know 'blogiquette') stop by-- frommaggiesfarm.com, or from maggie's farm on facebook. I'm following YOU sister!!
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