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There's a trend in the U.S. housing market, albeit a very small one. Drawn to the prospect of financial freedom, a simpler lifestyle, and limiting one's environmental footprint, more buyers are opting to downsize -- in some cases, to spaces no larger than 300 square feet -- and this series celebrates the "tiny house" movement. Hosts and renovation professionals John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin travel across America to show ingenious small dwellings and their creative inhabitants. They also help families design and construct their own dream minihomes.

Latest episodes

aired 38 days ago
John and Zack recount 12 of their favorite Zack Hacks, and share some fun and festive DIY holiday projects.
aired 38 days ago
In a special holiday-themed episode, John and Zack share some of the most extreme and memorable tiny homes they've ever built.
aired 62 days ago
A family takes the plunge moving into a tiny house and tries to survive living their normal lives in less than 500 sq. feet.
aired 62 days ago
Chad and Cecilia ask John and Zack to help them create a home that will bring their family closer together.
aired 62 days ago
Darren and Melody want to show their kids that life is about experiences, not belongings, so they've asked John and Zack to help them create the perfect two trailer tiny house that offers privacy, activity, and a space for their young girls to learn.
aired 62 days ago
The Moore's are looking for a tiny house that can not only get them spending more time together but that can accommodate workspaces for three boys who are homeschooled.
aired 67 days ago
Amber and Tommy are looking to build their first home and they've decided going tiny is exactly the way they want to do it, keeping the beach theme of the surrounding Santa Barbara area in mind.
aired 67 days ago
Kyle and Whitney have realized they really don't need a lot of stuff to enjoy life and want to build a home to reflect just that.
aired 67 days ago
The Setliff's are looking to escape the fast pace of their city life, leave all their electronic devices behind and build a tiny house that can serve as their weekend getaway.
aired 67 days ago
Luke and Tina are avid mountaineer's and want a wood cabin tiny house of their dreams.
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A couple from Colorado builds 500 sq. foot Tiny House after their old home was destroyed by a wildfire.
aired 67 days ago
Jared and Vanessa share a love of food and the outdoors; while Vanessa cooks with her prized gadgets, Jared has accumulated a ton of survival gear; they ask John and Zack to help them pare down to the essentials and build them a tiny house on wheels.
aired 278 days ago
Ashleigh and Cody are a young eclectic couple with two very different design styles excited to build their first home together that can hopefully mesh his love for modern, clean lines with her funky bohemian style.
aired 278 days ago
Sam and Ken just got married and are looking forward to building their first home together. They both want to be mindful of their footprint, and believe going tiny is the way of the future. They've asked John and Zack to come build them a home that's out of this world, but their requests to shoot for the moon will fall flat unless John and Zack figure out a way to grab at the stars on this one-of-a-kind build.
aired 439 days ago
Tommy and Katie are world-class triathletes who ask John and Zack to help create their first home and make it a space that gives them both a cozy place to come back to but can still function as a space to train in between competitions.
aired 439 days ago
Steve and Melissa build a contemporary and colorful home that gives everyone the privacy they'd like while being constrained to less space than what they're used to.
aired 439 days ago
CJ and Christina lead successful but stressful professional lives out in Silicon Valley while also raising their boys, JJ and baby Max. They're looking to escape the tech in the valley and retreat to what they hope will be a tiny sanctuary.
aired 439 days ago
Brian and Devon are eager to put down roots in their first home which they hope to also both be able to work from.
aired 439 days ago
John and Zack are asked to build a high-tech tiny house that can be monitored from afar to check weather conditions in the winter.
VOD available
A Little Rock couple builds a 264 sq. foot mobile honeymoon pad as they prepare to get married and hit the road as traveling nurses.
aired 446 days ago
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.

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