Cross the French doors of this park model home and soak up the beachy vibe inside

Palm Harbor Homes has a line of park model homes that is creating a stir in the tiny home community. Many tiny homes have the appearance of being a rectangle on wheels. The homes by Palm Harbor are breaking out of that mold and creating a whole new look. The outside of the park model home below has the elegance of a colonial home, but the inside is beautifully decorated and has the comforts of a cozy beach cottage. 
Palm Harbor Homes specializes in building manufactured homes and modular homes. Some of these homes are meant for mobile home parks and year-around residency and others are meant for RV parks. The Palm Harbor park model homes are what are designed for RV parks. According to Park Model Homes, the difference between park models and manufactured homes is that a park model home is designed strictly for seasonal use and not for year-round residency. 
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This beautiful park model home from Palm Harbor Homes has gorgeous columns and French doors, not what you would expect from a park model home. 
This home is laid out with the kitchen taking up a corner area. The color scheme has nice "oceany" feel.
Above the kitchen is a loft sleeping area that is surrounded by beautiful railing. The great room is directly off of the kitchen. Light wood flooring mimics the feeling of sand on a beach.
This particular model includes a little breakfast nook in the kitchen and a separate eating area in the great room.
The bedroom is decorated in shades of green with chair rail and crown molding to give the house an elegant touch.
The bathroom is spacious and has plenty of vanity space. A fully tiled shower with glass doors keeps the room nice and open.
Upstairs is extra sleeping space, seating and storage. Perfect for children or guests.
Palm Harbor Homes uses all 499 square feet of space wisely to give residents optimal use of its park model. The color scheme makes this home perfect for placing it near a beach while the outside allows those who stay here to feel like they're stepping into an elegant home. Staying in a park model home like this for a while could be a great way for someone to get his feet wet with tiny homes and see if that way of life is for him.
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