Want to warm up your mobile home? Are you interested in making it feel more cozy?
You’ve come to the right place.
With winter in full swing, the cold weather is calling for homeowners to make their homes warmer and cozier than ever before. That sounds like an idea you can’t pass up, right?
In today’s article, we want to empower you with some ideas for a cozier mobile home. The winter weather blues don’t have to chill you to the bone. As a matter of fact, your mobile home can be a safe and comfy haven from the blistery weather outside.
How to warm up your mobile home and make it feel more cozy
It’s time to make some changes for your family’s comfort. Here are some ideas. Brace yourself, winter is here.
First of all, you’ll want some electric heaters if you’re having trouble keeping warm. Space heaters will take care of the areas that require a little more heat. Maybe you’re not too keen on keeping temperatures high in the house due to an electric bill. But that bathroom is a bit too chilly to shower in, right?
Say hello to the space heater. You can temporarily plug in your space heater to warm up the bathroom and unplug it after you’re done.
For a cozier feel in your mobile home, have some comfy throw blankets handy in your living room. You can drape them over your couch and armchairs. Feeling chilly? No big deal. The blankets are right there contributing an aesthetic and practical appeal. (Aesthetic if you’re choosing the right colors and patterns to complement your interior decor.)
Now, how about a faux fireplace? A faux fireplace provides a cozy feel in your mobile home while also literally warming it up. Forget a space heater for the living room. A faux fireplace will heat your home up in style.
Another cozy feature to consider is a coffee bar. Nothing spells out cozy like a coffee bar. And who knows — you may want to keep it year-round. Set your buffet furniture, side table, or counter space up for a coffee bar. Include hot chocolate powder, tea, and such for those who don’t drink coffee.
Check for air leaks
Over at the U.S. Department of Energy, you’ll find some tips on air sealing your home. You want to keep the hot air in and the cold air out. But what if your home has air leaks? Have you considered the possibility? If not, it’s time to investigate and get to work.
Add insulation underneath your mobile home
Additionally, consider the insulation underneath your mobile home. Upgrade the insulation under your home if it’s not adequate for your zone. You want more than the bare minimum for optimum effect.
Do you have mobile home skirting? If not, now’s the time to add skirting.
Cozy pajamas for the family
Here’s a fun one. Make your mobile home lifestyle cozier than ever by investing in cozy pajamas. Cozy pajamas will keep your family toasty during the cold winter months.
Mitigate energy costs with insulated curtains. They’ll help keep your home warm during the winter months, especially by blocking drafts from windows that are not energy efficient.
Add a rug (or two)
And finally, consider adding rugs to your mobile home. You could add a rug to your living room. You could add a rug to your bedroom. Have fun with it. Rugs of all shapes, sizes, and materials are available to buyers. Make your own or buy something new.
Watch your mobile home transform into a cozy winter getaway.
Warm and cozy is only a few changes away
Sure, it’s winter. But that doesn’t mean you need to feel trapped. Make your home a place you want to be “trapped” in. Warm-up your mobile home this winter and make it feel more cozy.
You won’t regret the changes you make — both aesthetically and practically. So go on. Get started. You’re only a rug or blanket away from a cozier mobile home.
While we’re on the topic of winter and mobile homes, you’ll want to see our other articles. Check out some precautions you should take for the mobile home this winter. And do you have a fireplace? If it’s not ready for winter, it’s time to make some changes. Believe us, you’ll want that fireplace if you live in a chilly zone. Brrr!
Happy winter to you and yours.