The Setliff's are looking to escape the fast pace of their city life, leave all their electronic devices behind, and build a tiny house that can serve as their weekend getaway.
Matt and Emma love throwing parties and having friends over. Now that Emma is heading back to school they've decided to turn their garage into a tiny house and rent out their big house to make up for the loss of one-income.
Justin and Melissa are teachers who hope to give inner city kids a chance to learn about nature through their business InspireOut. They want a home that can connect them with the outdoors and serve as a base for the business.
Together since 17 and married in 2013, Lauren and Liam want their already small life to become even smaller by building a nautically inspired tiny house. After a long stressful day teaching students via the family owned business, Grand Prix Driving School, the couple prioritizes space and downtime.
Kelsey and Matt have been friends and roommates for several years now. Recently, the two broke the cardinal rule: don't date your housemate. With all going well so far, they've decided to take the next big step in their relationship--building a tiny house. However, just because the quarters are about to get closer doesn't mean Kelsey and Matt are ready to share a room.
Josh and Shelley are a young couple in Northern California who own a moving and hauling business. They love to entertain friends and serve their famous specialty cocktails at home. They don't want the party to end in the tiny house. They bring in John and Zack to build them a transformative tiny house with an indoor/outdoor entertaining space that the couple can use all year long.
Jeremy and Lindsay have traveled the world and they are finally ready to settle down--in a tiny house! Lindsay is a fantastic baker who needs functional kitchen space. Jeremy is 6'5", will he even fit in a tiny house? Plus they have a collection of sentimental travel mementos they aren't willing to part with. With a limited budget and the goal of fitting a king sized bed into the bedroom, John and Zack have a big challenge ahead of them.
Vince and Sam work hard and play harder. They love to rock climb and go hiking with their dog; they want a tiny house that fits their fun-loving lifestyle. But Sam is a medical student so she needs her own quiet study space too. John and Zack must blend this couple's active and studious sides, designing a very unique tiny house.
Brian is a thrill seeking bachelor in Trenton, GA. A hang gliding enthusiast, Brian spends most of his time in the sky. He wants a tiny house on the ground so he can continue to pursue his passions. Brian has started the build on his own, but enlists the help of John and Zack to take the design to the next level.
A Little Rock couple builds a 264 sq. foot mobile honeymoon pad as they prepare to get married and hit the road as traveling nurses. They want plenty of storage space so they have room for their wedding gifts, and they want a large kitchen so they can cook some homemade meals. But most important of all, our hosts John and Zack have to deliver a dream home that can bring these almost newlyweds together in a small space.
John and Zack develop a full-size dining table for a tiny home in this scene from "340 Sq. Ft. Pioneer House."
John and Zack must figure out how to squeeze a full-size dining table into a tiny home already packed with five people in this web exclusive from "340 Sq. Ft. Pioneer House."
The Graham's are gearing up to make a major move across the country and begin their next adventure as a family.
John and Zack brainstorm outdoor entertainment ideas for a family who wants to unplug in this web exclusive from "350 Sq. Ft. Outdoor Adventure House."
John and Zack decide to build a zip line to help tiny-home owners transition from indoor to outdoor gaming in this scene from "350 Sq. Ft. Outdoor Adventure House."
Matt and Emma explain their hope to eventually fit six people in their tiny home in this scene from "300 Sq. Ft. Crash Pad."
Zack engineers a drop-down table, space for a dog, and wine storage in this web exclusive from "300 Sq. Ft. Crash Pad."
Birch plywood and recycled bicycles make a small space hugely multifunctional in this web exclusive from "180 Sq. Ft. Backpack House."
Zack explains his design for a moveable counter prep station made from from bike parts in this scene from "180 Sq. Ft. Backpack House."
Zack troubleshoots a way to include a lighthouse into the exterior of a tiny home on their limited budget in this scene from "180 Sq. Ft. Tiny Lighthouse."
Phillise and her toddler boys tour their finished eco-friendly tiny home in this scene from "340 Sq. Ft. Solar Powered Studio."
John praises Zack for turning a request for a figuratively-tiny lighthouse into an awesome actually-tiny lighthouse in this web exclusive from "180 Sq. Ft. Tiny Lighthouse."
The Rempis family gets their first look at their stylized new tiny home in this scene from "480 Sq. Ft. Gothic Castle House."
Aaron and Meredith check out the custom tiny home built with their winery business in mind in this scene from "400 Sq. Ft. Wine Tasting House."
A family gets their first introduction to the tiny home built to replace the home they lost in Hurricane Katrina in this scene from "576 Sq. Ft. Mississippi Memory Home."
Michele finally gets a look at her new steampunk-influenced tiny home in this scene from "340 Sq. Ft. Steampunk Adventure Home."
Zack grapples with a couple who want separate bedrooms and separate desks in their tiny home in this web exclusive from "300 Sq. Ft. His 'n Hers House."
Zack explains to the homeowners why it was necessary for him to sacrifice a grand staircase for a more practical ladder in this web exclusive from "400 Sq. Ft. Vacation House."
Zack designs storage space concealed inside a tiny house's huge central staircase in this web exclusive from "480 Sq. Ft. Gothic Castle House."
Zack and John explain how they kept a tiny home from completely falling off its trailer in this web exclusive from "400 Sq. Ft. Wine Tasting House."