This special episode of the design competition series will celebrate Halloween decor, food and costumes, along with the Tiny House movement. We will pair three of the nation's top hauntrepreneurs with the Halloween-obsessed staff of Blue Moon Rising. Blue Moon Rising is a Tiny House Village in the woods of Maryland. Together, the hauntrepreneurs and the staff at Blue Moon Rising will create a magical collection of three tiny haunted houses. They will prove that Tiny can still be terrifying!
A Minnesota couple builds a 207 sq. foot mobile prairie cottage for their family of four. They need a classroom for home schooling their two small kids, and they want to connect the two bedroom lofts with a catwalk. But most important of all, our hosts John and Zack have to deliver a dream home that can withstand the harsh Minnesota winters.
A young bachelor from Massachusetts builds a 150 sq. foot mobile Tiny House with New England charm on the outside and modern technology on the inside. Our guys decide to test this young man's readiness by making him live in tiny house that's just 93 sq. ft. while Zack builds his miniscule bachelor pad.
A Vermont family builds 493 sq. foot Tiny House in their driveway. But they need a home that will work for 3 adults--Mom, Dad, and college-aged daughter--and they're arguing over how to divvy up the bedroom space. So our hosts John and Zack have to figure out how to divide and conquer the space with an innovative closet design.
A couple from Colorado builds a 500 sq. foot Tiny House after their old home was destroyed by a wildfire. They're downsizing their mountain top retreat, but they work from home and it's a tall order for our hosts John and Zack to fit two separate offices into this modern abode.
The "haunt-repreneurs" share their methods for creating crafty, spooky Halloween decorations in this scene from the Tiny House Nation Halloween special.
John checks in with the experts as they put the finishing touches on their tiny haunts in this scene from the Tiny House Nation Halloween special.
In this scene, the Kasl family tours their 207-square-foot mobile cottage designed specifically to withstand the harsh Minnesota winters.
In this scene, Steve Sauer shows off a luxurious in-ground bathtub and other cool details from his own tiny house.
In this video extra, Zack and John share tips and tricks for utilizing every inch of available storage space in a tiny house.
Zack and landscape designer Pete head to Charlton, MA to show off the smallest tiny house they've ever built.
From interactive wallpaper to tablet-controlled LED lighting, take a closer look at the unique ways in which art and technology have been incorporated into tiny homes by students and faculty at the Savannah College of Art and Design.