If you have recently paid attention to the fashion in the interior, you probably have already heard the expression "mid-modern century". When you think modern mid-century, it is natural to associate with old mobile homes. It's probably because mobile homes reached their golden age in the 1950s. Mobile homes were born in the petrochemical era, as was the case in the middle of the last century. These three modern mobile homes dating back to the middle of the century are not original of the golden age, but they are worth it.
The mid-century modern style is probably the best-known style as it became popular in the mid-twentieth century. Another reason why the middle of the modern century has had such iconic success is oil. The mid-century modern furnishing was the first great home decorating style to be made with petrochemicals. New materials meant new models, always collectible.
Author Cara Greenberg has coined the phrase "midcentury modern" as the title for her 1984 book, Midcentury Modern: Furniture 1950s… "Mid-century modern" is a difficult term to define. It generally describes the architecture, furniture and graphic design of the mid-twentieth century (from 1933 to about 1965, although some would say that this period is specifically limited to the years 1947 to 1957). The calendar is a modifier for the great modernist movement, which has its roots in the industrial revolution in the late 19th century and the post-World War I period.
If the clean lines, bright whites and vivid and accented colors make you comfortable, these 3 modern mobile homes dating from the middle of the century will be perfect.
The cyclical nature of the home's decor and fashion, combined with minimalist lifestyle movements, has given us beautiful homes in recent years.
Simple and wide mobile homes are perfect for mid-century moderns. Small furniture and minimalist decor are one of the essential elements of mid-century modern decor. But low furniture can be swallowed up by a large space and look too raw or unfinished. It is much easier to create a balance in low ceiling rooms such as mobile homes.
The rule of thirds is much easier to obtain in mobile homes with mid-century modern decor. As you look through the photos, keep an eye on the heights of the furniture and the fast curves of the wood.
I think you'll enjoy these 3 mid-century mobile homes as much as me!
619 Cameo Drive in Palm Springs, CA, United States
The easiest way to achieve a mid-century decorating style is to favor furniture with clean lines that do not overload the space. This is exactly what the owner did in this house.
The list describes the house:
Completely improved the house in the wonderful 55+ community. The floor plan includes 2 master bedrooms each with en-suite bathrooms. Almost all the windows of the house offer an unobstructed view of the mountain. The kitchen has been redesigned to become a chef's kitchen with a stainless steel island for any preparation work. The house also has an outdoor laundry area close to all service connections. A lot of storage space too! Upgrades include new flooring, paint, roof, evaporative cooling system, full master bathroom, garden fence, lighting and wiring, to name a few. Community features include a year-round heated pool and spa, clubhouse and exercise facility. Park has a short rental period until 2027.
List of Realtor.com estate agents for 619 Cameo Drive
This 1966 mobile home model is sold for $ 99,000 in June. It has 2 beds and 2 bathrooms with 1000 square feet of living space. If the inside of the house does not interest you, the outside will certainly do it.
Parkview Mobile Estates on his lease until 2027 with an annual lot lease of $ 8,784 ($ 732 per month). It is a large park of 174 places.
This wide double is one of the most unique ceiling treatments I have ever seen and its simplicity is breathtaking. The ceiling panels were removed, as well as the insulation and the vapor barrier, leaving only the roof trusses.
These images are exactly what the majority of mobile home ceilings behind the ceiling panels look like.
These walls seem to have been made by an expert (darker colors tend to show the work of mud in the bed and they look great).
The kitchen is beautiful!
Although the sky seems to be a real estate camera trick, landscaping is probably legitimate and it's great!
The Palm Canyon mobile club fills Gap with modern mid-century mobile homes
They call it the last urban renewal project in Palm Springs and it looks great on paper. The idea was to replace the oldest mobile homes with new homes. However, the park still has character, with the oldest mobile homes still dotting the landscape.
One could argue that the three 254 Lei Drive in Palm Springs are at the mid-century corner and their extreme modernity.
Apart from the gloomy sales, the following houses are elegant, factory-built houses, with an ultra-modern mid-century style that is well suited to a reduced footprint.
Some of the new single-section prefabricated homes that sold quickly in the park were put back on the market in just a few months. This is the case of 254 Lei Drive.
Old mobile homes have an aura on them, the walls teem with heartbreaking stories about humanity, at its best and worst. These walls are clean and ready for their own stories to be written.
This is a resale in the very popular Palm Canyon Mobile Club south of Palm Springs. Owner improvements of about $ 14,000 make this home a great value! This is the Bradford model that the county appraiser measured at 912 square feet. This house has a large covered porch. The open floor plan of the Great Room includes a kitchen, living room and dining room, perfect for entertaining. The high ceilings give the impression of being even bigger with lots of south facing windows that let in natural light. The owners added additional stairs to the side yard, landscaping, cement patios, garden shed / shed, tinted windows and extended carport cover for two cars. They also added custom blinds. The community zone in the development has been completely remodeled with a beautiful pavilion, a swimming pool and spa, dog parks and a gym.
This prefabricated house has a living area of 912 square feet and a price of $ 229,500. That's about $ 252 a square foot, well above the national average.
It has 2 beds and 2 bathrooms with a living room and a kitchen coupled in an open-space floor plan. Each room has a bright white canvas, allowing light to bounce off the floor to 9-foot ceilings.
The agent (or the owner) took great care to give the house just enough character, being careful not to go overboard.
Metro tiles, white cabinets and cascading granite countertops are designer staples in modern kitchens.
Bold art works in a similar theme are scattered on and around the walls. An accent wall was created using only 4 things: 3 large canvases and a single sculpture. The designer proves that wall art does not need to be matched to work. Design and scale are just as good.
You do not see many sculptures on pedestals anymore, but it's a great way to add depth and color to a strange space.
One must be cautious when a home only has an interior of 900 square feet. Storage is important, but it must be the right type of storage. The long sideboard stretches from wall to wall in the dining room, creating an integrated look.
Transom windows are making a comeback in the new design of manufactured homes. It's an ideal way to let in light without losing privacy or security.
The second bedroom has a sliding glass door that leads to a terrace.
You can see the new mid-century modern mobile homes in the Palm Canyon Mobile Club. A few doors down, there is a similar house for sale.
There is another house for sale in the same park obviously designed by the same person.
906 Oahu Ln, Palm Springs, California 92264
Are you ready to downsize without giving up the comforts of a modern home? Welcome to the Mobile Parkview Club at Palm Canyon, our most popular model. From the spacious private terrace, enter the house through a large room with kitchen overlooking the living room. Flooded by the light of many windows, as well as by the 9-foot ceilings. The open floor plan has sliding doors to your outdoor deck. Also enjoy the separate laundry room. Spacious outdoor area, will include a terrace, a perimeter fence and a carport. The Palm Canyon Mobile Club is the latest urban renewal project in Palm Springs. New owners will enjoy the renovated clubhouse, pool, gym, hot tub, BBQ area, dance hall, and two dog parks, one of Palm Springs' most unique communities. Space rent: $ 682.50 / month A Model house images for this plan, not the actual house.
The developer saved money by using exactly the same kitchen design in all mid-century modern mobile homes installed in the park.
There are some forms that say mid-century modern and starburst is probably the most popular. This bedroom is a perfect blend of modern metal and mid-century modern look.
Love, love, like these rooms! The minimalist furniture is perfect for a small room and I love these beautiful colors!
The vintage 3 ad shave feels appropriate for the home.
Do you like mid-century decoration? Have you created a modern mid-century mobile home? We would like to see it!
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