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ROTD McMullin trailer

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Becky Harris added this to Budget Beach House: A Trailer Gets Ready for Summer Fun
Always intrigued by a seasonal trailer campground that sat right between the bay and the coast in Strathmere, New Jersey, she decided to stake her claim. She hitched her design skills to a used 1998 28-foot Wilderness trailer, spending $5,000 to buy it and keeping to a budget of under $5,000 to renovate it. While she has to rent her spot, she doesn’t have expenses like property taxes or pricey flood insurance. “When I told my parents about my idea, they looked at me like I had 10 heads,” McMullin says. However, she convinced her cousin to get a trailer and join her that first summer, and they plan to hold court in the campground for years to come.For the first few months, McMullin spent most of her beach days toiling away, renovating her trailer. A water-hookup mishap caused a flood on the first day, so removing the soaked carpet was the first task. Next on the list was painting all of the oak to lighten things up.

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deborah0227 added this to Campers revamped
A few summers back, interior designer Bridget McMullin found herself without access to a family beach house at the Jersey Shore for the first time in her life. “I was so bored on the weekends; I was sitting around twiddling my thumbs,” she says. Renting a house in the area for the season would have run her about $2,000 to $2,500 per week, so she got creative. ROTD McMullin trailer Save Email Always intrigued by a seasonal trailer campground that sat right between the bay and the coast in Strathmere, New Jersey, she decided to stake her claim. She hitched her design skills to a used 1998 28-foot Wilderness trailer, spending $5,000 to buy it and keeping to a budget of under $5,000 to renovate it. While she has to rent her spot, she doesn’t have expenses like property taxes or pricey flood insurance. “When I told my parents about my idea, they looked at me like I had 10 heads,” McMullin says. However, she convinced her cousin to get a trailer and join her that first summer, and they plan to hold court in the campground for years to
Christina Elegant Interiors added this to christinaelegantinteriors23's Ideas
Love the colorful palette, spaciousness and opportunity to live close to the beach for very little money.
julch2 added this to julch2's Ideas
This seems like a fun way to spend a summer.
marisasuarez added this to marisasuarez's ideas
Summer transformation! Best trailer I've seen
deborahgrissom added this to Before and After
Couch area before and a peek into the bedroom before.