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When couples make the decision to live in a small house they many times do not know what they are really getting into. In this show couples will find out what it is really like to live in a tiny house, usually under 200 square feet. There are many different options for tiny homes, and this is a very big part of this show. Buyers will search for their perfect home, and they will stay committed to the building process until the home is complete. Some of the more ambitious couples will build the house on their own, while more conservative couples will hire a contractor to build this house for them.

This is a great show for those who are really looking to see the adventurous side of American living. This show really embodies the way that individuals can take a different approach to living. It shows the courage that many have to really break out of the normal way of living. This is something that many individuals never get to do, and it is very inspiring to see this happen on this show.

Mondays at 9:00 pm on HGTV
7 Seasons, 103 Episodes
December 15, 2014
6.9/10
Cast: Michael Padula, Jarrad Hewett
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Tiny House, Big Living Full Episode Guide

  • A young outdoorsy couple follows their dream of becoming homeowners with no problems downsizing. He's a triathlete so their design will require space for his gear as well as a flex area that functions as a desk, a workout space and a table.

  • Six-foot-seven-inch-tall Clay is building his dream house without the stress of a large mortgage. His home needs to fit his huge frame, so he incorporates custom elements, such as a bed that lowers into the living space.

  • It's a race to the finish as an expectant Idaho couple adds a nursery to their tiny house blueprints. With help from family, they set out to create a sleek, modern tiny home with all the functionality new parents need. As an interior designer and a contractor, this mom-and-dad-to-be hope to make their tiny dream a reality before the new baby arrives.

  • A business owner and wine lover always dreamed of owning a tiny retreat in wine country, so she purchased 26 acres outside of Columbus, Ohio, and found the perfect builders to bring her high-quality tiny house design to life. She envisions the house having a fully customized, Amish-crafted barn theme with room to entertain, wine-inspired elements and hidden kayak storage for enjoying the lake.

  • Mike wants to live a more simple life so he's leaving his large home behind and moving back to his hometown of Grants Pass, OR, to become a farmer. He entrusts three builders to create a high-end tiny man cave that includes rain-sensing skylights and a surprise garage under the gooseneck for Mike's motorcycle.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

  • 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.

  • A career cheerleader with a busy schedule wants a rustic-chic country tiny home.

  • 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.

  • An entrepreneur wants a tiny vacation home to put on his family's property.

  • A mom and daughter near Austin, TX, mix business with pleasure as they build a tiny home that doubles as a yoga studio. They infuse a lot of Zen into its design with aerial hammocks, monkey bars and yoga mat flooring

  • A young couple that exudes Southern charm enlists the help of their aunt and uncle to build a tiny farmhouse. The rustic home features reclaimed wood, a custom bathtub, a pullout dog bowl and a front porch for entertaining.

  • A young Kentucky couple wants the freedom of the tiny house while exploring the lake where they live. They decide to build a tiny house on a boat, complete with a full-size kitchen, master bedroom and even a fishing hole in the living room.

  • A California couple relocates to a tiny cabin in the Alaskan wilderness.

  • A young couple wants a simpler lifestyle with a sleek modern twist. Their tiny house will incorporate a first-of-its-kind stucco-like exterior, a rooftop deck with a clever removable railing system and an even more clever hidden bike storage rack. Their open design includes tall windows that provide plenty of light, a tucked-away staircase with storage steps large enough for their dog to manage and a second-story "hammock floor" that gives guests a place to stay.

  • A Florida couple finds themselves no longer in need of their large family home and decide to build a luxurious tiny house.

  • A young CA couple hires Missouri builders to help build their dream container home. This luxury "tiny" will feature a master bedroom loft, a guest bed that lifts and doubles as an office, a walk-in closet and a rooftop deck.

  • After living in New York City for 20 years, a couple is ready to move upstate with their son and French bulldog into a 400-square-foot dream home. Unlike more traditional tiny house designs, this build utilizes three separate structures joined by a common deck to create a more spacious tiny compound.

  • A California couple builds the ultimate treehouse escape perched high in a circle of gorgeous redwoods. The tiny home packs plenty of engineering ingenuity and handcrafted features, including a freshwater pumping system and a hidden bookcase.

  • A contractor and his wife plan to realize their dream of going tiny by constructing themselves a tiny honeymoon home before their wedding. Their 275 square-foot design will include a full workshop and yoga practice space as well as a second story deck, unique custom cabinetry, a wooden bathtub and rustic accents throughout. Their wedding is in 15 weeks -- will they finish it in time?

  • A couple of foodies simplify their lifestyle by moving into their own tiny house complete with a chef's kitchen, a full bar and an herb garden.

  • After spending 11 weeks living in their car while visiting all 48 contiguous states with their toddler, a couple is ready to convert a cargo van into their very own tiny house.

  • The high cost of homes in the San Francisco Bay Area leads a young couple to build a custom tiny house. Their luxury home has more bells and whistles than a full-size mansion, including a roll-up garage door, gourmet kitchen, king-size bed, convertible office space and a nesting dining set that can accommodate up to 12 people.

  • A Los Angeles woman leaves the city for a slow-paced tiny lifestyle in Greenville, SC. Her interior designer teams up with her family to create a luxurious house on lakefront property complete with a mobile greenhouse and porch swing. Inside, furniture is crafted from the property's cherry wood, special lighting is added and the walls are decked out with original art. This family affair leads to a unique, tiny farmhouse for this valley girl.

  • A couple sets out to create the ultimate tiny firehouse-on-wheels, complete with a red garage door, functional fire hydrant that doubles as a jack and water source, and of course, a fire pole from the upstairs loft. The interior is filled with an array of amenities created out of firehouse memorabilia.

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