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Season 7 / Episode 6 and airs on 09 March 2018 02:00
In Tiny House, Big Living, couples learn what it really means to downsize when they take the plunge into the tiny house real estate market. At an average size of only 180 square feet, watch as clients meet with their builders, or decide to build these tiny homes all by themselves, and follow along through the construction process until the house is complete.
After being diagnosed with epilepsy, a woman is ready for more independence and her master craftsman father is harnessing his talents to build her a unique tiny home that expands. Motorized bump-outs and a roof-raise system dramatically increases usable space and allows for a huge bathroom, standing loft and a large living room. A clever bunkbed, laundry shoot, retro kitchen and fireplace makes this anything but a typical tiny.
A mom and daughter in Texas mix business with pleasure as they build a tiny home that doubles as a yoga studio. They infuse a lot of Zen into this unique design with aerial hammocks, monkey bars, yoga mat flooring and a fold-down kitchen table that doubles as a chalkboard to use in yoga class.
An Idaho couple creates an amazing three-level tiny home perfectly suited for the both of them in gorgeous Swan Valley, ID. She wants a pampered paradise with a powder room worth envying and a place to showcase her huge shoe collection. He prefers a rugged and rustic escape with wood floor paneling on the walls and a hidden entertainment center. In the end, this tiny house has it all including vintage accessories, an upscale master bedroom with skylight and even an outdoor movie theater!
A family of four brings the unique character of Charleston, South Carolina, into their tiny house build. They include traditional touches on the outside like an oyster shell stone path, black shutters and window boxes, and the Southern charm flows indoors with wood countertops and a sitting area.
A family of five builds a charming off-grid tiny house on 20 acres of land in northern Idaho. They all pitch in on the rustic home that includes a wood stove, live edge shelving, a bunk room that holds the whole family and his-and-hers outhouses.
A cruise ship bartender utilizes her family of contractors to build a tiny house to park on her parent's San Juan Island property. Her design includes recycled materials from her dad's 'boneyard' of salvaged and reclaimed goods, and the 328-square-foot design is sure to feel huge compared to the ship cabin she's used to.
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