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.
A San Diego family wants to downsize into a 200-square-foot tiny home and travel the West Coast. Tyson Spiess and the build team have to figure out how to sleep six people comfortably while still maximizing the kitchen space. Michelle Spiess focuses on bringing the family's theater-inspired design style to life through various fixtures and finishes.
A woman dreams of downsizing from her current home to a fantasy and Renaissance-inspired tiny home she can use to travel the California coast. Tyson and his crew work to bring the Tudor-style to life with cross-timbered siding and a spiral staircase, while Michelle and the designers focus on accenting the client's whimsical tastes.
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.
A Seattle couple dreams of downsizing to a spacious tiny home with their twin toddlers. The team takes tiny to whole new level by maximizing a play area and replicating the family's cozy, rustic style.
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