A Cleveland, Ohio, couple dreams of traveling the country with their two young boys in their own Bohemian tiny home. They turn to Tiny Heirloom to build a beach-inspired home with a dedicated schoolwork area and colorful, fun accents.
A Portland, OR, couple looks to build a Hawaiian-inspired tiny home for their suburban backyard. The Tiny Heirloom team comes in to help bring their island fever to life with maximized headroom and a spacious master loft for a king sized bed. The finishing touches include a tiki bar and a beautiful mixture of light and dark woods paired with tropical earth tones throughout the home.
A Bay Area couple dreams of the flexibility and financial freedom of downsizing to a 220-square-foot tiny home. The team builds one of their most ambitious tiny homes to date which includes automated staircases and a 160-square-foot rooftop deck. The couple also wants to connect with nature, so Michelle and the design team incorporate wood elements and live plants into the home.
An Alabama father dreams of owning a tiny home with an outdoor entertainment space for him and his two sons to travel the great outdoors and tailgate at football games. Tyson and the guys maximize as much fun and space as possible for his boys with an outdoor basketball hoop and two connected lofts with a rock-climbing ladder. Michelle brings his Southern charm to life with a farmhouse-inspired design style featuring wood accents and antique pieces for a cozy and timeless touch.
A Washington DC couple dreams of having a modern and toddler-friendly tiny home near their family on Chesapeake Bay. Tyson and Michelle's build team begins the project with a ground floor nursery, a maxed-out kitchen and spacious dining area. Meanwhile, Michelle and the girls deck out the home in a traditional Scandinavian style and include a built-in living herb garden.
In Medford, Oregon, Karin dreams of building a portable tiny home identical to her current house for her and her granddaughter, Hale, to travel the country in and visit friends and family. Tyson and the guys get to work building a tiny home replica that includes a full-size baker's kitchen and a custom-built wine rack, while Michelle and her design team bring Karin's cozy beach cottage to life with coastal vibe materials.
A Texas woman expands her ranch property with a tiny guesthouse for visiting friends and family. With the help of her daughter, she begins the project with a ground floor platform sleeping area and includes a loft space big enough for two twin beds. The finishing touch on this country chic tiny guest home is a very special rooftop garden bar.
A family of five dreams of downsizing to a sleek and modern tiny home in Vancouver, Washington. Tyson and the Tiny Heirloom team work on building a supersized kitchen and dedicated playroom for the young boys, while Michelle brings the family's European design style to life with monochromatic colors and an industrial-rustic fusion for a sleek, streamlined look.
An Oregon professor and his daughter dream of downsizing to a minimalist tiny home for their land on the Pacific Northwest coast. Tyson and the build team work on maximizing space with hidden storage compartments, while Michelle orders a unique Japanese-style soaking tub and fills the home with live plants and carefully placed pops of color.
A retired Air Force Sergeant dreams of road-tripping across the country in her very own tiny home, so she turns to Tyson, Michelle and the rest of the Tiny Heirloom team to bring her worldwide cultural inspirations to life. Tyson and the build team work on making the home multi-functional with hidden storage while Michelle and the design team decorate with rustic, Moroccan-inspired accents throughout.
A family wants to expand their northern California ranch with a tiny home for their son. Tyson Spiess and the build team have their work cut out for them when it comes to maximizing space for a large bathroom, creating a living area with a full entertainment system and constructing a double staircase leading to separate lofts. For the interior design, Michelle Spiess draws inspiration from the owner's farm life and incorporates solid, natural materials with his clean, modern design style.
Kentucky entrepreneurs dream of taking their doughnut business on the road in a Tiny Home with a service-ready, commercial kitchen. The Tiny Heirloom build team works to maximize space for both big kitchen appliances and a separate living area for each of their boys. Michelle brings the girls' modern farmhouse style to life with rustic touches and wood finishes.
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