Next Episode of Tiny House Nation: Family Edition is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Families hop on the small-home bandwagon by joining the "Tiny House Nation" franchise with host John Weisbarth and renovation expert Zack Giffin. John and Zack help families adjust their lifestyles by finding the perfect balance between downsizing and staying sane in a smaller, more functional space.
Chad and Cecilia always thought that having a big house to raise their three kids in would be everything they ever needed, but as their kids started to get older and schedules started to get busy with school, sports, and other activities, they soon realized that having a huge house wasn't helping them connect with their kids, it was creating even more distance between them. They've asked John and Zack to help them create a home that will bring this family closer together in the last few years they all have before these kids are young adults running off to college.
Homeowner John has always dreamed of living a pioneer lifestyle and this tiny cabin in the Rocky Mountains is going to be just that for him, girlfriend Hilary, and their five teenagers. For the first time these two families will merge under one roof and hope to create a space that is focused less on the materials, and more about the time and memories.
Damon and Kaylie know better than anyone just how precious time can be. After years apart the two rekindled their high-school romance and found themselves head-over-heels all over again. Just when they thought life was good, Damon suffered an unexpected stroke leaving Kaylie to not only care for him, but step up and be the family's only financial contributor. Now that the two have got back on their feet they're ready for their family to make the next big step and go tiny. John and Zack's biggest challenge will be creating a home that not only covers the basics, but can hopefully stop time for this well deserving family.
After living in a 3,000 sq. ft. home, homeowners Jared and Tarrin realized they were tired: tired of spending all their time cleaning, tired of flushing money down the drain on a mortgage, and tired of wasting time not spent together as a family.
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