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Park Model Manufactured Home Bathroom Renovation

After three years of solely RV Renovations, we finally were able to renovate our first Park Model home! These manufactured homes are basically an RV and Sticks and Bricks home hybrid! They are built on a trailer frame just like an RV (just slightly bigger) and are driven into the campground. Then they are parked and installed on blocks at their site.

This particular model has no sewer hook ups in the mountain they live on, so the toilet, shower, and sink were plumbed just like an RV and drained into grey and black holding tanks. They have a service truck that comes twice weekly to dump their tanks. So this renovation was truly just like renovating an RV, but without the weight limits that we are usually tied to when renovating RVs that need to stay under a certain weight limit to be safely driven down the road!

Before After

This one was a full and complete gut. We took every single thing out except for their medicine cabinet.

This client really wanted a walk in shower, so we took out the tub surround and doors and replaced that with a brand new shower pan and surround. They decided to go with a shower curtain instead of a glass slider, and I love how the updated diverter makes the space feel totally residential.

We took up the old and out dated sheet vinyl and laid this amazing black and white bilbao inspired sheet vinyl. This flooring is perfect for a laundry room or to update your bathroom on a budget and the quality of the sheet vinyl is amazing. We also replaced their toilet with a brand new one that has a soft closing lid.

The sea foam green/blue board and batten is a HUGE pop of color that my clients requested and I think it was such a fun way to add their personality. These are pre-made panels from Lowes that I primed and painted with Benjamin Moore's Scuff X in Satin to add a little mre durability for being in the bathroom.

Lastly, I added a brand new vanity and cultured marble top from Lowes, a brand new faucet, and we painted their medicine cabinet to match the vanity.

This was a completely unique bathroom, both in style and type and we are SO happy with how it came out!! Click the links below to purchase these items yourself and get this look in your bathroom!

Blue/Green Board and Batten Paint Color: Benjamin Moore's Waterfall in Stuff X Satin

White Wall and Ceiling Paint Color: Benjamin Moore's Chantilly Lace in Stuff X Satin

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