Don't judge a book by its cover: This old trailer's interior is beautifully renovated

Renovations don't have to be overhauls - and this little trailer is a testament to that. From the outside it looks like any old trailer: weathered, tired, and small. But the inside is fresh, clean, and updated thanks to a polishing on the original cabinets, and beautiful hues of blue strewn throughout the space.
Whether you're renovating a tiny trailer, or a room in your home, you don't have to get rid of everything to achieve the look you desire. By updating the details around something more permanent - in this case, cabinets - you can still design a space that is going to represent your style.
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This old trailer doesn't look like much from the outside, with its dingy white siding and faded stripes.
Inside is another story. The golden wood cabinets are accented by shades of blue in the little dinette. This little corner is packed with style and throw pillows. 
The kitchen is small, but has everything you need. There's a full sized stove, oven, and microwave - all in black - that really pop against those nice golden cabinets.
The trailer even includes a functional shower, and its light blue accessories and furnishings complement the white surfaces beautifully.
The bedroom is a little oasis after a long day on the road. This design goes to show that you don't have to do a full-scale renovation to achieve a modern, updated look. By adding pops of color and keeping the design minimal and purposeful, you can turn a tiny dated trailer into something new.
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