A family of four builds a 336 square foot tiny house near their river rafting business in eastern Tennessee. Hosts John and Zack are tasked with creating private sleeping spaces for two adults and two teenagers, with less than 100 square feet per person.
A young Rochester couple builds a 210 sq. foot tiny house. He loves to brew beer and she loves to exercise. John and Zack must figure out a small way to include the couples large hobbies.
A young Tennessee couple is moving into a tiny house with a toddler in tow. Hosts John and Zack design a 172 sq. foot space that includes a pink castle, full kitchen and master bedroom with privacy.
In this scene, John coaches the family through an exercise to better understand what to throw away and what to keep.
In this scene, Jeff Broadhurst gives a tour of the tiny--yet highly functional--studio space he calls The Crib.
In this scene, John makes the big reveal of Chelsea and Jeff's tiny new home.
In this video extra, John talks about the advantages and disadvantages of having a tiny home built on a trailer for mobility.
In this video extra, John discusses how to transform spaces and furniture for entertaining in a tiny house.
In this scene, Tim and Shannon must make a sacrifice in order to fit into their new tiny house.
In this scene, Izaak Walton gives a tour of his inn's guest suites made from old train cars.