A married couple takes their love of wine to the next level by purchasing a winery in northern Virginia. To focus on the business and take advantage of the 23-acre property, they've decided to go tiny and live on the vineyard full-time. But with a three-year-old and another baby on the way, finding a custom tiny home that suits their needs and their budget proves to be more challenging than they thought.
A first-time homebuyer looks for a tiny house in Cullman, Alabama. She wants a home that can go mobile so she and her five-year-old son can hit the road before settling long-term. But she must choose between space and privacy or staying in budget.
A Reno, NV, t-shirt producer is ready to be on his own again and is looking to go tiny. With a budget of $225,000, he's on the hunt for a foundation home that's small, boasts modern style with an outdoor area for his two dogs and a spare room for guests. With the help of his best friend, he tries to find a tiny home with the modern vibe he wants while not busting his budget on outdoor space.
A Colorado couple tries to find a tiny house on wheels that combines their different styles. He wants a rustic look of natural wood with tons of colorful elements, while she prefers a cottage style with bright white paint and neutral colors.
With home prices in Redondo Beach, California, averaging around $1 million, newlyweds decide to go tiny with their two dogs. But he wants to live an adventurous lifestyle on a boat, while she prefers something on land. They both agree they need plenty of outdoor space for their dogs and entertaining, but finding a space they both agree on with their modest budget of $35,000 will be a challenge.
A couple and their three kids hunt for a new home with enough space to spread out in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. But between his need for a basement and garage and her insistence on having a large, double pantry, finding a home they are both willing to live in without going over their $180,000 budget may not be realistic.
An online business owner and her husband are selling their 2200 sq. ft. home in Albany, Oregon, to buy a tiny house on wheels and travel the country with their two sons. The family plans to stay at various campgrounds, but they are not well versed in the outdoors or camping. They want their tiny to have a private master bedroom, dual bathroom vanity, a washer/dryer, an office space and separate sleeping spaces for the kids. Finding a place that fits their needs and their $100,000 budget will be a tight squeeze.
A free-spirited college senior doesn't do anything by the book, and that includes her plan to go tiny after graduation. She's been crammed in a house with other students for years, so she's no stranger to living in small spaces and thinks 200 square feet is enough, but her best friend isn't convinced. The two are looking at several options, but finding a tiny home with enough space for all of her hobbies may be quite a challenge.
A single mom in Arlington, Texas, is looking to take on the ultimate family experiment: cramming into a tiny home with her two teen kids. She wants something with modern style and wheels, so they can hit the road in the summertime. But her lifelong friend who's joining the hunt is skeptical, not to mention the kids.
A Birmingham, AL, couple with two kids don't want to miss out on any more family moments when he tours as a musician. They hope to buy a tiny fixer-upper on wheels they can put their stamp on and join him on the road. However, they must find something that blends his rustic and vintage style with her love of all-white, clean-lined looks.
Bethany is an artist who loves to travel and wants to go tiny. She doesn't think you should have to give up a single luxury, so her lengthy wish list doesn't exactly scream tiny living. She wants an art studio, a first floor bedroom, a full size kitchen and a large bathtub in 300 square feet. Plus her insistence on installing picture windows could put her over the already generous $90,000 budget.
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