Look inside this luxuriously renovated travel trailer. The contrasting colors are stunning

Not everyone can make the decision to pack up their entire life and cram it into a very modest 350 square feet. But those that do always speak of feelings of freedom and lightheartedness.
It must be tremendously exciting to have everything and everyone you love all packed together in a single vehicle that can go virtually anywhere you please. And this family has accomplished just that.
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This travel trailer is the primary residence of The Noshery's Meseidy (pronounced Meh-say-dee), as well as her husband and their three dogs.
After living in a 150-square-foot trailer for eight months, they upgraded and purchased a 350-square-foot 5th wheel that, according to Meseidy, feels like a mansion.
The aesthetic is not only pleasing to the eye but also functional and makes creative use of the small space. The combination of brass hardware, dark grey and white creates a luxurious feel.
This 2002 Fleetwood Wilderness 5th wheel has two slide outs which makes a big difference when it comes to space. Design is all about choice and from the photos, you can see the home has a modern feel.
The brass fixtures create interesting displays while the bright and dark colors make for a great contrast. 
The contrasting colors are more noticeable in the beautifully done kitchen. The upper cabinets are painted white while the lower ones are grey. The backsplash is a peel-and-stick champagne stainless steel subway tile that matches the brass color of the cabinet fixtures. 
The dining table over on the left-hand side came with the 5th wheel pre-renovation. The chairs had been in storage for years and were reupholstered in grey, blues and yellow, keeping with the color scheme of the 5th wheel.
Plug-in scones in gold and white illuminate the seating area. 
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The bedroom is light and cozy but features a few bursts of color thanks to the blue wall and striped pillows. The bed is flanked with lights that keep the brass theme going and have a gold and white cord.
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