After traveling to the West Coast in a RV and loving it, a family of six decides to downsize permanently for a little more togetherness. With a budget of $75,000, they're searching for a tiny house in Monterey, CA, with private space for each person.
Dreaming of living near a mountain resort, a couple searches for a place in the very popular Denver area. With a budget of $150,000, they are looking for a tiny home close to skiing and hiking.
After selling her restaurant in San Diego, a buyer is ready to start a new business, as well as a whole new life. She's searching for a modern tiny home in the vibrant city of Asheville, North Carolina, that will give her space to entertain.
A professional musician is downsizing his 3,000-square-foot estate near Nashville for a tiny home in Santa Barbara, CA. He's ready to spend more time on his music, but it may be hard to give up the comforts of home for a more carefree tiny life.
With her kids grown up, a free-wheeling mom feels the itch to simplify her life. She searches for a tiny modern cottage that can give her freedom to travel where she pleases but also has enough space to still play with her grandson.
Wanting a place of her own, a kindergarten teacher looking to buy a tiny house on wheels in Ventura, California. She's wants to go under 200 square feet, but she still hopes for some amenities of a larger home like a washer/dryer and full closet.
A Colorado couple is determined to find a tiny home that will give them freedom to travel yet still have plenty of room for their three pets. However, two wildly different design aesthetics make it difficult to find a home the whole family can love.
A Nebraska couple is looking for a tiny home to take on the road. Their plan is to live and work in their home as they move from state to state, but agreeing on square footage causes bumps along the way.
Wanting more free time to spend cultivating their art, New York glass makers seek a tiny home in Asheville, North Carolina. They search for a house with space for two dogs and a separate building that they can convert into an art studio.
Looking to get back to nature for inspiration, a Portland, OR, artist couple is going tiny. One wants a minimalist cabin that's 300-square-feet or less, while the other wants to keep some of the comforts of home as well as have space for her art.
After giving away most of their possessions, a couple looking to go tiny in Kansas City, MO. She wants a sleeping loft that's easy for their cat to access, but fitting into a cramped space might take him too much out of his comfort zone.
Atlanta backpackers look for a tiny house on wheels so they can live and work as they move from state to state. However, finding everything they want in 100 square feet will be challenge and may take some compromising.
A Vancouver, WA, couple is looking to make fresh memories in a tiny home with their two-year-old son. With a budget of $60,000, they want a place with plenty of room for their sewing activities, an 80-pound dog and two separate sleeping spaces.
Hoping to simplify their lives and gain financial freedom, a mother and daughter are going tiny in Woodinville, WA. They want something with separate sleeping areas that can also accommodate their extensive animal collection.
New parents want to raise their growing family debt-free in a tiny home in Elgin, IL. While they're both onboard with downsizing, finding a home may be a challenge since they have hard time agreeing on what's essential.
After living in a tent on the Appalachian Trail, a newlywed couple plans on building their own tiny house in Fraser, CO. He's looking for a rustic home with a bathroom large enough to groom his beard, while she prefers an industrial look and a composting toilet.
A recent cancer survivor and her husband want to live life to the fullest in Winston-Salem, NC. They'd like to build a tiny home themselves, but wildly different design styles may get in the way of finding the perfect home for this next chapter of their lives.
An aesthetician wants a steampunk-style tiny house on wheels to offset the pricey housing market in Austin, Texas. While she's ready to jump into tiny living, she may have to compromise on some of the comforts of home like a full kitchen and bathtub.
A growing family of five looks for a tiny house in Fullerton, CA, that allows them to travel the country and potentially go off the grid.
Hoping for more financial freedom, a Colorado woman is moving to Austin, Texas, to start a new life in a tiny house. She's looking for a mobile cottage that she can rent space for until she can purchase land.
After living tiny while teaching English in South Korea, a Wisconsin college student wants to go tiny full time and not be tied down by a mortgage. He's hoping to land a job in a national park after graduation, so he needs something mobile he can take with him.
An architecture student is building a tiny house that she'll live in as part of her senior thesis in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her dad volunteers to help with the build, but he's worried she is drawn to houses too complicated to build on their own.
A couple is downsizing to a tiny home for a more minimal lifestyle in Delray Beach, Florida. They both want to a home that can easily relocate anywhere the future takes them, but they clash over their two very different design aesthetics.
A couple looks for a sailboat they can live and work on while splitting time between Charleston, SC, and the Caribbean. One is all about the sailing experience and wants a classic monohull, while the other's more concerned with the creature comforts of living aboard and prefers a catamaran.
A California grad student is feeling the pressure of living in the most expensive real estate market in the US. With plans to cut costs and find a permanent place to call home, she meets with a tiny home builder in Billings, Montana.
A single mom and her two teens are going tiny for more financial freedom in Anderson, SC. While she wants to go as small as possible, her kids need their own separate sleeping areas and plenty of space to store their musical instruments.
Self-proclaimed nerds are going tiny to spend more time with their three kids. They're looking forward to the financial freedom of tiny living, but finding a place that fits their family and comic book collection will be a challenge.
A San Francisco bachelor is looking for a fresh start in a 400-square-foot home on a foundation with land. Even with a $500,000 budget, finding the perfect tiny home in the country's most expensive real estate market will be difficult.
Empty nesters who are overseas for months at a time need less house to maintain. She wants a traditional design with generous living space, but he wants a small cabin feel. They will need to find a middle ground on a $50,000 budget.
A Los Angeles couple is looking for a tiny home with enough outdoor space for their animals. Finding a house on a $265,000 budget in LA is hard enough, but agreeing on how much of a fixer-upper they can handle is even harder.
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