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Thursday, Feb 23

7:00
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Episode 109

Justine tackles a neglected space in the house, the Zen Room. Once a beautiful zone of tranquility, the zen room is in need of a major facelift. Inspired by a local Moroccan restaurant, Justine decides to tackle this room with her own two hands, turning it into a gorgeous scene straight out of Casablanca.

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7:30
AM
Episode 609

Juan and Michala bought their 3-bedroom home because of it's convenient location plus the large yard and garage. They've made some minor updates, but hit a wall when it came to doing a large-scale kitchen remodel. Licensed Contractor James Young helps them come up with a plan to brighten the dreary space and fill it with a combination of sleek, new materials paired with fun vintage finds.

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8:00
AM
Episode 709

Paul & Carla love the charm of their first-ring suburban neighborhood, and their spacious home is perfect for their growing family except the galley-style closed off kitchen. Licensed contractor James Young's plans include widening a doorway and nixing a sight-blocking cabinet to improve the flow of the home. Everything outdated is getting a makeover, and the improvements flow into an adjacent seating area where James gives them an inexpensive solution to solve their storage woes.

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8:30
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Episode 803

Newlyweds ask licensed contractor James Young for help updating their dated 70s kitchen. Their appliances are old and out of date, and the style clashes with the rest of their tastefully decorated house. James helps the couple open up walls and shows how to save money by reusing and updating the kitchen cabinets. They splurge on a brick herringbone floor, an eco-friendly backsplash and sleek new appliances. As an homage to the couple's love of entertaining, James shows how to create a conversation-piece table out of old wine bottle corks. The finished kitchen leaves the couple nearly speechless, and all for a budget of just $28,000.

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9:00
AM
Episode S15

Chris and Caitlin Williams are building the home of their dreams, a 30 foot tall, 700 square-foot, off-grid yurt in Montana, complete with a breathtaking view of the mountains. And with solar power, its own stream, hot running water, a modern kitchen, all-weather insulation, a second floor loft, and even a guest room for friends and family, this definitely isn't your grandfather's yurt. Follow this young couple as they prep their own land and break ground to build their ultimate luxury yurt in the woods.

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10:00
AM
Episode 102

Yurt Builders Nathan and Jenny Toler meet up with clients Sara and Shawn who want to expand their current home in Haleiwa, Hawaii, to include a multi-functional 16-foot yurt that will serve as a yoga studio and lounge space for the couple and their two daughters. It is smooth sailing back at the Tolers' workshop as they begin sewing fabric walls and building out a tiny kitchen, but when it comes time to assemble the yurt at the build site, they're hit with massive downpours and construction mishaps. Watch as they overcome all obstacles to create a unique and zen space the whole family can enjoy.

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10:30
AM
Episode 104

Ryan and Ali are relocating to a beautiful lot on Hawaii's North Shore that they bought unseen on the internet. They've asked yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler to construct a safari-themed yurt with office and living space on the main floor and a half loft for two on the second level. Nathan and Jenny have their work cut out for them on this build as they are forced to battle incredibly high winds on top of this picturesque hilltop overlooking Turtle Bay. Watch as they create an incredible yurt with a view and stick around for a surprise ending.

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11:00
AM
Episode 106

Yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler are headed deep into the jungles of Maui, Hawaii, to build their biggest yurt yet. It's a giant two-story, 30-foot, hydro-powered yurt for their off-the-grid clients Christina and Boe. Getting materials to the remote build site proves to be a logistical nightmare, not to mention the monstrous yurt is being built on a steep hillside. And if things couldn't get worse, a tropical storm threatens to ruin everything. Watch what happens when the storm clouds pass and the clients return for an awe-inspiring reveal.

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11:30
AM
Episode 101

Yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler live in a village of yurts on the North Shore of Oahu but their family is growing, so they're adding on and building a whopping 1,400-square-foot yurt at the far end of their property. For this large-scale build, they're pulling out all the stops, creating an octagonal shaped kitchen made of native Kamani nut, funky stairs and a curvy media room. With just six weeks to finish this yurt before the rainy season begins, they scramble to give it a total wow factor.

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12:00
PM
Episode 103

Yurt Builders Nathan and Jenny Toler are headed to Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, to build a Moroccan-style yurt for client Maisa who wants an affordable place that's all her own on her family's waterfront property. Inspired by their client's love of the ocean, Nathan and Jenny are determined to incorporate water into the design. But things don't go exactly as they planned. Watch how they redirect and redesign this stylish yurt to be everything Maisa could have hoped for and more.

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12:30
PM
Episode 105

Newlyweds Cheyenne and Austin are calling on yurt builders Nathan and Jenny Toler to build "their first place," a paniolo-inspired 16-foot yurt with a bedroom, bathroom and outdoor dining space on a picturesque piece of family farmland in Waimanalo, Oahu. Unique to this build are the specially engineered window frames Nathan must design to keep out Vog, or volcanic air pollution, that Austin is severely allergic to. Complete with romantic western touches and a custom farmhouse table as a wedding gift to the couple, this truly is a Love Yurt.

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1:00
PM
Episode 408

Emily just graduated with her Master's in Merchandising and Consumer Studies and is back living at home with her parents. To prove to herself and her family that she's capable of living a simpler lifestyle, she's moving into a shipping container turned tiny house. Brother-in-law Jon just so happens to be an engineer who specializes in converting metal boxes into beautiful livable spaces. Not willing to give up all her amenities, Emily is challenging Jon to build her a massive rooftop deck, a spacious bathroom and a walk-in closet that fits her enormous shoe collection!

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1:30
PM
Episode 403

Greg and Carla Short have decided to give tiny living a try outside Morgantown, WV. Greg is a singer/songwriter and is well known around town as a gifted musician, so it's no surprise he and Carla's tiny house will feature all sorts of music-themed features...and who better to help craft this special music box than his bandmates? The 250-square-foot tiny house includes a detachable stage where Greg and the boys can perform on the road and every room incorporates the Shorts' passion for music in surprisingly functional ways.

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2:00
PM
Episode 406

Rebecca and Kendall push tiny to the extreme by giving up their traditional American home for an 84-square-foot tiny sheep wagon! It's a family affair as they're joined by Kendall's parents who come from a long line of sheepherders and wagon builders. Bare necessities are what this couple wants most, so no plumbing required for this teeny one-room space. They're not "sheepish" to admit that their friends are their biggest skeptics as they give it all up to follow their old-school American dream.

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2:30
PM
Episode 401

It's the ultimate test for an architecture student as Davis Richardson takes over his parents' driveway for the summer to construct his first-ever tiny house. The design includes a slanted wall that functions as both an open food pantry and bookshelf, an extended kitchen countertop that doubles as a workspace and a walk-in closet that also serves as his living room. With the school semester fast approaching, can Davis and his friends bring his amazing drawings to life before classes begin?

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3:00
PM
Episode 405

Kansas State professor Brandon wants a more affordable house, but with some fun bells and whistles. He and his friend Brady have designed a 365-square-foot 'smart house' with tons of high-tech wizardry. Imagine a house with clever tackle-box storage in the ceilings, a video doorbell, a slide-away TV set and much more! Brandon will be living in style right outside Manhattan, Kansas.

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3:30
PM
Episode 402

Esin Pirkul loves the coastal life in San Diego but is ready to move closer to family. Along with her two dachshunds Scooby and Baya, Esin is making her way back to Texas with the help of tiny house builder Bo Bezdek. Esin's tiny haven features all the amenities a dog lover could imagine. An elevator to the two lofts and a walkway for the pups to get around upstairs top the list of features unique to this tiny home. Esin's house also boasts a sleek farm sink, extra counter space and lots of industrial and natural wood touches.

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4:00
PM
Episode 303F

The Williams family of Venice, Louisiana, works together to convert an old school bus into a tiny home for 21-year-old son, Avery. The young outdoorsman wants to create the ultimate man cave while incorporating the culture of the Bayou. His tiny bus will feature a fish-cleaning table, a cypress wood bar with hidden storage and an indoor hammock for enjoying the Southern breezes.

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4:30
PM
Episode 305F

North Dakota builder Jim Nelson lives for a challenge, so he and his team are building a game-changing two-story tiny house that they can tilt from horizontal to vertical. Key features in this snug 140-square-foot engineering feat include a front patio, furniture that can be locked down when the house tilts and an observation deck with panoramic views.

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5:00
PM
Episode 306F

Matthew and Meghan Tanner are growing their family but downsizing their house. You could say they're "thinking outside the box" when it comes to cutting their budget to make room for their second child. They've contracted a tiny house builder to create the shell of their 220-square-foot home, while they plan to complete most of the unique interior. Key features include double lofts separated by a catwalk, a floating baby carrier, a couch that transforms into a dining room and a custom family-size walk-in closet.

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5:30
PM
Episode 304F

Maryam and her husband Vladimir want to leave their stressful lives in New York and build a tiny house that lets them live life on their terms. These DIYers are learning as they go, building an idyllic 130-square-foot home that doubles as a mobile office paradise. Their home features an inviting workspace with a massive window, a loft hammock and a hanging garden with air-filtering plants.

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6:00
PM
Episode 302F

Margaret is a young artist who wants to create the ultimate expression of herself in a tiny house. She gets help from her mother and grandmother, who assist Margaret in bringing her artistic vision to life. The original design features a piano-shaped couch, a round door and a wine barrel bathtub.

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6:30
PM
Episode 301F

Husband-and-wife carpenter team Ana and Jacob White are building a tiny lakefront cabin in Alaska to take advantage of the gorgeous view of Mount Hayes. The vacation home will sleep up to six and offers lots of multi-functionality, such as attached desks that double as a dining table and a bookshelf that hides a ladder to the children's loft. The Whites are used to building in Alaska's harsh weather, but the warm winter has sped up their timeline, since they must tow the tiny cabin across the frozen lake before the ice melts.

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7:00
PM
Episode 414

Rob and Sandi spend most of their free time on a ranch just outside of Las Vegas. Rob is a contractor and has built one tiny home before, so he's fully prepared to tackle a new, 200-square-foot tiny home with all sorts of rustic and handcrafted features.

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7:30
PM
Episode 410

Darrel and Patrice are growing their family, but they want to downsize their life in order to focus on the important aspects of living. They hire builders Brian and April Preston to help them construct the tiny house of their dreams, but the builders are pushed to their limits when they learn the couple's baby is coming early.

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8:00
PM
Episode 407

Schoolteachers Matt and Corinne like to take advantage of their work-free summers, and they're calling on Matt's brother Walter to build them the ultimate tiny vacation home that they can take to every baseball stadium in the country. Walter will fasten the structure together without any bolts or screws using classic timber frame construction. The 320-square-foot home will come with a stunning custom copper roof, built-in water catchment system, sleeping loft and a hidden bed for guests. The final touch will be a tailgate locker and bar over the actual tailgate!

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8:30
PM
Episode 409

Artist Adam's tiny house takes cues from the Craftsman style bungalows designed by his favorite architects of the 1920s. Adam is customizing everything he can, including a barrel ceiling, hand-carved cabinets and headboard, even a wooden soaking tub! Final touches include beautiful stained glass windows and a cozy front porch. This perfectionist has to find middle ground as the deadline for a tiny house festival swiftly approaches. Fortunately, Adam's teenage son and father are on board to try and help him across the finish line!

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9:00
PM
Episode 503

A mother that has dreamed of living in a tiny home with eco-friendly features sets out to achieve her goal. She devises a special home with a full galley kitchen that includes hidden counter space, a laundry room built into the belly of the staircase and an entertainment area that hides a stowaway queen-size bed. Not everything goes according to plan, but the final product surpasses her expectations and brings her closer to satisfying her wanderlust.

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9:30
PM
Episode 501

A couple from the Jersey Shore looks to make life more affordable by converting an old houseboat into a floating dream home. With the help from their parents, they construct a funky and floating tiny house with their own unique style.

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10:00
PM
Episode 412

Seth wants to retire early, so he's turning an old school bus into an affordable and artsy tiny house. His 250-square-foot bachelor pad will feature all sorts of really cool and refurbished amenities, including a fire extinguisher turned bathroom sink, a 2,000-pound water tank and a multifunctional walk-in closet. Seth and his cousin Bart are also incorporating driftwood from Lake Michigan into accent pieces, including a handcrafted driftwood water station for Seth's dog.

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10:30
PM
Episode 404

Stephanie and Tim are wildlife experts who travel the country educating people about animals. The young TV host and artist want to trade in their car and pup tent for a tricked-out tiny house that caters to all sorts of animal roommates, including hissing cockroaches. They're eager to have a living space that's easier to work out of, with an edit space for Steph and a collapsible easel with pull-down art supplies storage for Tim. Every inch of the couple's tiny house features gorgeous woods of all species and tiny creature comforts.

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11:00
PM
Episode 413

A grilling enthusiast builds his own mobile tiny home with plans of touring BBQ competitions. He incorporates features that will help him build his culinary creations, including a planter box over his deck where he can grow fresh herbs. At only 90 square feet, it will be a challenge to make sure the house is fully functional and big enough for him to live in, but this pitmaster is up to the task.

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11:30
PM
Episode 411

Simplistic newlyweds are sick of the Texas heat and cleaning their 3,500-square-foot house, so they're planning a big move to Colorado and are looking for a tiny house-on-wheels for them and their three fur babies. Alabama Tiny Homes builder James Brewer knows he can make their dream come true with a 305-square-foot tiny home and plenty of custom features. But then, much to his surprise, James finds out he needs to make room for one more.

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12:00
AM
Episode 503

A mother that has dreamed of living in a tiny home with eco-friendly features sets out to achieve her goal. She devises a special home with a full galley kitchen that includes hidden counter space, a laundry room built into the belly of the staircase and an entertainment area that hides a stowaway queen-size bed. Not everything goes according to plan, but the final product surpasses her expectations and brings her closer to satisfying her wanderlust.

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12:30
AM
Episode 501

A couple from the Jersey Shore looks to make life more affordable by converting an old houseboat into a floating dream home. With the help from their parents, they construct a funky and floating tiny house with their own unique style.

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1:00
AM
Episode 412

Seth wants to retire early, so he's turning an old school bus into an affordable and artsy tiny house. His 250-square-foot bachelor pad will feature all sorts of really cool and refurbished amenities, including a fire extinguisher turned bathroom sink, a 2,000-pound water tank and a multifunctional walk-in closet. Seth and his cousin Bart are also incorporating driftwood from Lake Michigan into accent pieces, including a handcrafted driftwood water station for Seth's dog.

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1:30
AM
Episode 404

Stephanie and Tim are wildlife experts who travel the country educating people about animals. The young TV host and artist want to trade in their car and pup tent for a tricked-out tiny house that caters to all sorts of animal roommates, including hissing cockroaches. They're eager to have a living space that's easier to work out of, with an edit space for Steph and a collapsible easel with pull-down art supplies storage for Tim. Every inch of the couple's tiny house features gorgeous woods of all species and tiny creature comforts.

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2:00
AM
Episode 413

A grilling enthusiast builds his own mobile tiny home with plans of touring BBQ competitions. He incorporates features that will help him build his culinary creations, including a planter box over his deck where he can grow fresh herbs. At only 90 square feet, it will be a challenge to make sure the house is fully functional and big enough for him to live in, but this pitmaster is up to the task.

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2:30
AM
Episode 411

Simplistic newlyweds are sick of the Texas heat and cleaning their 3,500-square-foot house, so they're planning a big move to Colorado and are looking for a tiny house-on-wheels for them and their three fur babies. Alabama Tiny Homes builder James Brewer knows he can make their dream come true with a 305-square-foot tiny home and plenty of custom features. But then, much to his surprise, James finds out he needs to make room for one more.

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3:00
AM
Episode 407

Schoolteachers Matt and Corinne like to take advantage of their work-free summers, and they're calling on Matt's brother Walter to build them the ultimate tiny vacation home that they can take to every baseball stadium in the country. Walter will fasten the structure together without any bolts or screws using classic timber frame construction. The 320-square-foot home will come with a stunning custom copper roof, built-in water catchment system, sleeping loft and a hidden bed for guests. The final touch will be a tailgate locker and bar over the actual tailgate!

More About This Episode
3:30
AM
Episode 409

Artist Adam's tiny house takes cues from the Craftsman style bungalows designed by his favorite architects of the 1920s. Adam is customizing everything he can, including a barrel ceiling, hand-carved cabinets and headboard, even a wooden soaking tub! Final touches include beautiful stained glass windows and a cozy front porch. This perfectionist has to find middle ground as the deadline for a tiny house festival swiftly approaches. Fortunately, Adam's teenage son and father are on board to try and help him across the finish line!

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4:30
AM
Episode 413

Joe and Christina Poppleton tore out their ugly bathtub six months ago. Since then, Joe was able to install new vanities and do a little bit of tiling, but got stuck on everything else. Now, Kayleen is here and she's going to completely change up the layout and finish off the space with the most interesting bath and shower these homeowners have ever seen.

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