Convenience, luxury and a limited budget are most (not all) of the reasons why single families are looking towards manufactured homes as the future of the building industry. There's ease in picking out building and construction costs, finishes and even furnishings depending on what designers or companies you're working with.
Whereas decades ago, manufactured homes lost their appeal in the aesthetic department, now this couldn't be further from the truth. With high-end finishes, eco-friendly and sustainable building options and materials and professionals that are more than willing to customise and work with your families needs, it's time to start considering manufactured homes as your next home venture. Below we have several examples of how far manufactured homes have come—and we hope you feel inspired by them!
Manufactured homes like this one can easily cut down on your carbon footprint—taking a small piece of land and optimizing your living abilities. A wrap-around, steel-bound porch can be an added bonus for those of you that like to enjoy outdoor living.
If you're looking for a log cabin feel, look no further than pre-fabricated wood homes. Yes, the wood is real and thus looks rustic and authentic!
This home might not look minimal with the patio fireplace and cosy seating, but it's placement would look great anywhere—even in the middle of the forest.
Modern finishes can include concrete walls and floors, as well as steel-beam patios and porches. Keep the colour scheme neutral for an über-modern look.
Manufactured no longer means small with four walls. This home has both the size and dynamic building components that make it look like any other modern, sleek and sophisticated home.
Stick to a two-toned colour palette for the most modern look. Add random (yet strategic) finishes, like a solid wood door or great industrial-style hardware for an added effect.
Ready to set out and try a different style of living? Millions of homeowners do this every year. If you have no boundaries of where you choose to sit your home, then you will also find that the type of architecture and building materials you choose have no boundaries either.
One of the most recognised types of manufactured homes these days are tiny homes—typically 25m or less in living space, yet as multi-functional and cute as they come!
When your home can easily be packed up and shipped where you like it, don't forget to broaden your horizons with locations. Take a trip outside of your normal neighborhood and choose a
This home is a traditional single-family home with all the finishes and accessories that a single-family would need. Once your home is designed and sat-up, don't forget the finishing touches like landscaping, patios and gardens to make it finally feel like home!
Tiny homes are a great way for started families to finally have their own home and their own style. These types of home are popping up everywhere for those on a budget that wish to maintain a particular aesthetic vision.
From bamboo finishes, to wrap-around porches and beautiful scenery, we hope you now can see the advantages (both to your budget and aesthetic vision) that manufactured homes can offer! We're certainly loving them these days.
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