Trailer Chic- Strathmere, NJ eclectic-bedroom
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Trailer Chic- Strathmere, NJ Eclectic Bedroom, Philadelphia

Inspiration for an eclectic bedroom remodel in Philadelphia — Houzz

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quiltygirl44 wrote:
We lived in our 24ft RV full time for 4.5 yr. How do you get 400 sq ft
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The McMullin Design Group
Good luck with your project!
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The McMullin Design Group
Thanks for the question- I had a bunch of them so I answered them all on one post. Head back to the discussion board for my reply. Have a great summer and good luck with your project!
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kimberleyannemiller wrote:
Was wallpaper used on walls and what is covering under fridge & oven?
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The wallcovering was existing!

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Becky Harris added this to Budget Beach House: A Trailer Gets Ready for Summer Fun
Photos by McMullin FotoAFTER: “I just wanted it to feel kitschy, bright and over-the-top,” she says. The result is a lively small space that serves as a true getaway. Including the porch, the square footage is about 400 square feet. “It’s spacious by Manhattan apartment standards,” McMullin notes.She removed the cabinet doors over the bed and painted what remained an electric cobalt blue, punching up the room even more with the hottest pink she could find. She didn’t like the sofa, but she solved that problem by simple keeping it folded out as a bed at all times, covered in an Ikea duvet. When she and her friends and family gather here after a night out, everyone loves to hang out on it. McMullin’s dachshund, Watson, inspired her to buy the so-bad-it’s-good thrift store painting for $21. “I actually saw it and didn’t buy it because I was so stuck on the idea of keeping to a budget, but then I realized my mistake and had to drive an hour to go back and get it,” she says. A glimpse of the bedroom shows another clever touch. She loved the blue Ikea fabric you see on the duvet cover but it had been discontinued; all she could find were a few drapery panels. Her mother sewed them into a duvet cover for her.

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Mayanna added this to Airstream
Remove cabinet doors above the bed
Tricia N added this to tricia810's Ideas
We could do this at the Lake House!
lily shnayderman added this to yasmin
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Melane Ortiz added this to Electic
Lots of colors, different patterns

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