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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 400 square feet. On this series, the homes have another unique quality: they are constructed to feature enviable views. Set in such idyllic locations as Tulum, Mexico; Maui, Hawaii; and Telluride, Colo., the little houses are tricked-out with reflection pools, greenhouses, indoor/outdoor kitchens, lots of multifunctional furniture and, of course, observation decks to soak in the sunsets. The featured builds include those by professional contractors as well as DIYers.

Latest episodes

aired 179 days ago
A family plans to build a low-impact hobbit house that capitalizes on breathtaking views in the mountains of North Carolina; the partially underground tiny house will have a rock fire pit and cedar hot tub outside, with a modern Euro-feel inside.
aired 186 days ago
An outdoorsy couple living in Hawaii finds a beautiful gem of property on Oahu where they plan to build a smart tiny house; their modern design features a private outdoor shower, waterfall countertops and custom recessed colored strip lighting.
aired 193 days ago
A couple with four adopted children want their own tiny house retreat where they can relax and recharge; set high in the Hawaiian mountains, they want their 300-square-foot design to feel like a peaceful sanctuary with an indoor/outdoor fireplace.
aired 200 days ago
A young Montana couple downsizes to a tiny cabin in the woods; set against a gorgeous backdrop, this cozy A-frame cabin offers a skylight for stargazing, a suspended hammock bed, a stone fireplace and hidden art storage.
aired 207 days ago
A couple of vineyard workers break the rental cycle by transforming a vintage bread truck into the tiny home of their dreams in the middle of California wine country.
aired 214 days ago
A furniture builder and master craftsman uses foraged and reclaimed materials to build a special indoor-outdoor tiny house for his family of four in Kauai.
aired 221 days ago
A family finds a slice of paradise on a small island in the Bahamas, and they are ready to start building their dream home; although it comes with a harsh landscape, they are determined to have a cliff-side shack overlooking the ocean.
aired 228 days ago
An architect takes his plans for a unique tiny house to the middle of the Arizona desert; this home will feature translucent window walls and a completely open kitchen and bathroom that allows the warm desert air to move through the house.
aired 235 days ago
A free spirit has found her desert paradise and is working to fulfill her dream of building a tiny home eco-village in Joshua Tree, Calif.; this tiny home will have an atrium, multiple Murphy beds, handmade countertops, a mural and a rock garden.
aired 242 days ago
A family is looking for adventure and financial freedom as they set out to build their own Bohemian-chic tiny house in Texas; two slide-outs maximize space, while the kitchen features large pass-through windows that open onto the deck.

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