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shantemiller 01-06-2008 08:42 PM

Interior Decorating
 
I need lots of help. My family and I have come into a situation where we are going to have to gut a mobile home and redo everything from new fixtures in the bathroom to new floors to painting the walls and ceiling. Any advice? I really need some help.

Bamagirl:eek:

masterofthe 01-08-2008 12:28 AM

can you give us a quick look at how much job is needed to get your home done? a picture perhaps will do.

stylebn 01-08-2008 03:22 PM

Anything you can tell us about the mobile home will help, also anything about the people who live there will help as well. As masterofthe suggested, a picture would be ideal. Will help where I can, and good luck!

dan82 01-19-2008 02:12 PM

yeah yu need to provide more info..and probably what style your family would be interested into and what about the budget..

Arlo 01-19-2008 02:14 PM

Check out mobilehomerepair.com for some examples and ideas. Then post lots of photos here because we all like to see them.

sunnydd 02-03-2008 01:21 AM

Hey everyone...Anyone have a technique for refinishing white laminate cabinets? I saw a "flip" show where they refinished it in a tuscan type finish... not sure whether that was another laminate resurfacing or a paint technique...sure would appreciate any help in this situation... I am starting to hate my white cabinets...and I purchased the laminate for "easy cleaning"... there is no such thing with white cabinets. LOL more like constant cleaning....anyhow...help.. : )

rk_king2004 02-16-2008 11:46 PM

You can start by gathering samples such as lights, and furnishings. Give yourself plenty of time, it will take longer than you think
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PassionateDIY'er 02-29-2008 06:38 AM

Wow! Quite an undertaking. You don't really give enough details, but if you have the space for a "split bedroom" floorplan I think I would consider it. It gives you privacy by putting the master bdrm at one end and the other bdrms at the other end. I would have a very open floorplan for the "heart" of the home in the center with the kitchen (with a breakfast bar), family rm and dining area all open with a wall of sliding glass doors to the back of the home that opens out to a deck. This will allow enough light into the home and less walls to be built is cost saving!


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