TV Schedule

Monday, May 8

7:00
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Episode 707

Kaytie & Nick's rambler in the city looks like a 1970s time capsule. From the smoky mirrors to the shag carpet, they've embraced the space for what it is, but after a year of suffering with their dark, closed-off kitchen, they are ready to start making changes. James Young's plan to take the kitchen into the 21st century include opening up the kitchen to the dining room, adding all new high gloss cabinets, and fabricating funky laminate countertops with a cool retro metal edge. The floor gets an urban vibe with wafer board joined with aluminum seams and covered in poly. Plus the backsplash will be a combination of green glass subway tile accented with vintage bottle caps.

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7:30
AM
Episode 807

A young couple love their historic home's charm, but hate the kitchen that was last updated at a time when baby blue laminate and pink flowers were popular. With help from contractor James Young, the couple take down walls and create an open concept kitchen, that mixes traditional elements with funky pieces that match their personalities. The new kitchen's centerpiece is a huge DIY butcher block island that costs a fraction of what it costs in stores. They also update unsightly radiator covers, create easy DIY shutters and install beautiful large-format rectified tiles. In typical fashion for James, the new hardwood floors come with a twist, and the built-in bar stools are one-of-a-kind. The transformation leaves the couple nearly speechless, all for a budget of $25,000.

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8:00
AM
Episode 307

Grace, Adam and their son, Zealand are an active family that love being outdoors and entertaining, but their backyard is ill suited for their needs. Landscape designer Sara Bendrick helps them create a space that both reflects their lifestyle and is kid-friendly. Plans include a yoga pavilion for Grace, an outdoor shower and cabana for Adam to clean off after surfing, a relaxing deck featuring a boat lounger, plus a planted pathway with raised veggie beds.

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8:30
AM
Episode 101F

Engaged couple Lauren and Kalani leave their families' 4,000 square foot home to relocate to Seattle in a tiny home. Tyson and Michelle build them the house of their dreams featuring a large gourmet Kitchen and private music room. Tyson comes up with a clever way to hide a large screen TV and the design team picks out locally made light fixtures.

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9:00
AM
Episode 102F

Married couple Sean and Tara plan to work less and live more by moving in to a 140 square foot tiny home with a rustic, lived-in, cabin look. The build team gets to work on a design that includes a custom bay window and window seat, built in bookshelves under the stairs and a guest bedroom loft. The design team searches for the perfect multi purpose table.

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9:30
AM
Episode 103F

Tyson and Michelle are tasked with building a tiny home for newly engaged Indianapolis couple Chris and Sarah with a Victorian design, inspired by Sarah's childhood home. The build crew gets to work, maximizing floor space for the couple and their three pets. Tyson and Michelle track down an antique claw foot tub and repurpose an antique trunk.

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10:00
AM
Episode 104F

Erik and his wife Amie love to travel and plan to save money by moving in to a tiny home. They turn to Tyson and Michelle to design the modern masterpiece Erik desires with the peaceful, Zen inspired space Amie craves. The team designs them a spa like bathroom, modern kitchen and exterior featuring a roof top deck.

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10:30
AM
Episode 105F

Kate, Abraham and their three children are downsizing from their 5,000 square foot home in the suburbs into a 250 square foot tiny home to live their dream of traveling the country together. Tyson and Michelle come up with a modern design that features three separate bedrooms, a bathroom with a soaking tub and an indoor and outdoor family gathering space.

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11:00
AM
Episode 106F

US Air Force officer, Adam, and his wife, ShaeLyn, seek Tiny Heirloom's help in building their dream tiny home, with easy mobility to get up and go for their next relocation. Tyson is tasked with building a 50 sq ft bathroom and a large kitchen, complete with a kegerator. Michelle brings the couple's tastes to life with a craftsman-inspired design.

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11:30
AM
Episode 107F

Portland couple, Ben and Callie, dream of owning a sleek and sophisticated tiny home that allows them the freedom and easy mobility to get up and go if they choose. Tiny Heirloom brings their dreams to life in 200 sq ft tiny home, with heated hardwood flooring, a living plant wall, bathroom skylights to the stars and their most ambitious project to date: a multi-functional platform that will include living, sleeping, and dining quarters.

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12:00
PM
Episode 108F

Atlanta newlyweds Jacob and Arielle are ready to downsize from their 1,500-square-foot home to a 200-square-foot tiny home, so they have the freedom and mobility to go wherever their budding music careers may take them. Tyson is tasked with building a rooftop deck and a soundproof music studio, while Michelle brings their vision to life with a midcentury modern design.

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12:30
PM
Episode 109F

Tiny Heirloom is tasked with building their smallest and ultra-lightweight tiny home to date, but that doesn't stop them from packing the home with as many luxuries as possible. Chicago artists Barnaby and Margaret look to move in together in the 100-square-foot home and travel around the West Coast. The build team maximizes space while the design team brings the couple's rustic and modern vision to life.

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1:00
PM
Episode 110F

David and Jennifer have never lived in a home of their own before. With David's career in the military, he and his family need to remain mobile, but they are ready to relax inside a more luxurious 200 sq/ft space. Tyson and the guys build them their very own tiny home, with three separate bedrooms, filled with retro and earthy pieces picked by Michelle and the girls.

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1:30
PM
Episode 111F

Mississippi resident, Nancy, dreams of living in a 250 square foot Tiny Home, complete with spacious white walls, an inviting living area and southern charm touches. Tiny Heirloom gets to work building their largest 75 square foot bedroom loft to date and a multi-functional kitchen table that converts to a queen size bed at the push of a button.

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2:00
PM
Episode 112F

Married California couple Shawn and Shelly have always dreamed of owning a vacation home in Maui, but instead of spending a fortune on beachfront property, they turn to Tiny Heirloom to build their ideal tiny home. Tyson and Michelle bring the traditional yet rustic touches of the home to life while maximizing space for friends and family, including a chef's full-sized kitchen, two bedrooms and a full-size outdoor deck.

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2:30
PM
Episode 113F

With a vision that goes well beyond square footage, Matt and Kim build their first 210-square-foot tiny home. These Texans turn to Tiny Heirloom to build a clean, streamlined space where they can enjoy home cooked meals together over a floating breakfast bar and relax on a couch big enough for the two of them.

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3:00
PM
Episode 114F

Mississippi engaged couple, Breck and Kelsey, don't want to sacrifice their passions while going tiny. They turn to Tiny Heirloom to make their dreams come true with a place to call their own, complete with a rock climbing wall and an office loft. Michelle and the girls work their magic, fusing together both of Breck and Kelsey's industrial and bohemian-chic styles into the home, while Tyson and the boys do some heavy lifting putting up the exterior rock climbing wall and a garage door wall for the home.

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3:30
PM
Episode 115F

Ben, Amory and their two children are excited to escape from their everyday lives and head to Colorado for a relaxing vacation. Tyson and the build team get to work building two loft spaces, a home office and a family-sized lounge area in the 200-square-foot space, while Michelle and the design team bring the couple's mountain yet modern tastes to life.

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4:00
PM
Episode 116F

After living in a 1,000-square-foot apartment in New York City with varying fellow flight attendants as roommates, Lisette dreams of having her own place to come back to after traveling. Tyson and the guys take on the challenge of building a 150-square-foot home, complete with a multi-functional table and a separate guest loft for hosting friends and family. Meanwhile, Michelle and the design team finish off this artistic sanctuary with contemporary chic touches and even some accent airplane windows for extra flair.

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4:30
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Episode 117F

Mario, Autumn and their four children give Tiny Heirloom a big challenge for their dream vacation tiny home. With just 220-square-feet of living space, this family needs to have enough room to sleep all six, while still having a place for luxury items such as a decorative fireplace and large bathroom with two sinks. Tyson and the guys maximize space with two sleeping lofts and a downstairs bedroom with bunk beds, while Michelle and the design team bring Mario and Autumn's rustic and log cabin tastes to life.

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5:00
PM
Episode 104

Ben and the crew head to the mountains of Montgomery, Vermont, to check out a ski shed that a family wants to transform into a boutique-style rental for visitors. The team insulates the space for four-season comfort and adds a bathroom, kitchenette and a surprise creation from Ben.

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5:30
PM
Episode 105

A client asks Ben Sargent to restore a dilapidated caboose to its original glory. Ben thinks the turn-of-the-century-caboose will make a mint as a one-of-a-kind rental but finishing on time and budget will be difficult for his crew.

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6:00
PM
Episode 103

A couple in the storybook village of Richmond, Vermont, want to get Ben and Lee's thoughts on their run-down storage shed before they tear it down. After clearing out the space, Ben sees an opportunity to transform the space into rustic rental complete with a cozy sleeping loft and vintage kitchen.

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6:30
PM
Episode 106

Ben Sargent heads to the tiny town of Wardsboro, Vermont, to turn his good friends' 1800s barn into a decadent entertaining space and a first-class rental to take advantage of the snowmobile vacationers who come to the area.

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7:00
PM
Episode 1706

Yard Crashers is in Kansas City, Missouri, where a rotten deck in a hot and very small backyard is transformed into a quaint outdoor living room. In two days, a brand new deck is installed along with a pergola with retractable awnings to provide much-needed shade over a custom outdoor sofa with a built-in ice chest. Privacy screens with vibrant plants, a modern fire pit and a granite patio space finish off this outdoor room and make it ready for entertaining.

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7:30
PM
Episode 1709

Emily and Bryan have a barren yard with an existing shed so, instead of fixing it, Matt and his crew make it a feature. They build floating decks around three reflecting pools and install a new pergola to create some much-needed shade, transforming the space into a modern oasis with a peaceful feel.

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8:00
PM
Episode 1701

Allen and Lily's uninviting yard is haggard and ignored, so Matt comes to their rescue with a Mediterranean oasis design. They want a place to hang out with friends and family, so Matt gives them a large deck complete with a barbecue island and a reclaimed dining table. He also adds an amazing stone water and fire feature as the center point, then builds a paver patio adjacent to it as well as a custom day bed with a pergola.

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8:30
PM
Episode 1702

A dirt pile of a backyard with an old shed and dying plants is transformed into an entertainer's dream. An unused space quickly becomes everyone's hangout when a cascading rock pond takes center stage. Also featured is a huge paver patio, a one-of-a-kind farmhouse dining table, a reclaimed wood BBQ cooking station, furniture and games.

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9:00
PM
Episode 106

The crew tackles an overgrown lakefront property and adds custom elements for a family that loves fishing. They transform the space into an entertainment oasis featuring a new dock, a custom deck and a renovated gazebo.

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9:30
PM
Episode 103

The Docked Out crew builds a custom double-decker dock for a pilot's family featuring a seaplane landing strip. The dock also boasts two levels for entertaining, a dining space with a large custom table, living space and a bar.

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10:00
PM
Episode 102

The Docked Out crew builds a custom dock for a family of three with two slips for their watercraft, room to dine and a surprise pullout hammock. On shore, they build a custom stone fire pit with a seating area perfect for relaxing under the stars.

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10:30
PM
Episode 107

The crew runs into river rock during the build and must improvise with a floating dock. The new dock features two stories, an upper-level fire pit and, as an added bonus, it's mobile.

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11:00
PM
Episode 1301

A blank slate backyard gets a taste of Asian flair with layers of redwood decks with a cool lounge fire pit area and a one-of-a-kind floating table with a specialty wood countertop. A synthetic lawn and horseshoe pit with custom-made backstop bars on either side, a tranquil basalt water feature and dry streambed and Asian inspired plants throughout the yard complete the transformation.

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11:30
PM
Episode 1705

Sophie's soggy, sloping yard needs help, so she pleads for Matt Blashaw to come home with her. He designs a usable space for grilling, dining and lounging, all with an English garden vibe. He also fixes a few problems he encounters along the way, like installing a few retaining walls to level the space, adding drainage to move the water away and raising and reinforcing the deck posts. Finally, Matt adds a staircase for access and a composting area to give Sophie the ultimate outdoor space.

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12:00
AM
Episode 106

The crew tackles an overgrown lakefront property and adds custom elements for a family that loves fishing. They transform the space into an entertainment oasis featuring a new dock, a custom deck and a renovated gazebo.

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12:30
AM
Episode 103

The Docked Out crew builds a custom double-decker dock for a pilot's family featuring a seaplane landing strip. The dock also boasts two levels for entertaining, a dining space with a large custom table, living space and a bar.

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1:00
AM
Episode 102

The Docked Out crew builds a custom dock for a family of three with two slips for their watercraft, room to dine and a surprise pullout hammock. On shore, they build a custom stone fire pit with a seating area perfect for relaxing under the stars.

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1:30
AM
Episode 107

The crew runs into river rock during the build and must improvise with a floating dock. The new dock features two stories, an upper-level fire pit and, as an added bonus, it's mobile.

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2:00
AM
Episode 1301

A blank slate backyard gets a taste of Asian flair with layers of redwood decks with a cool lounge fire pit area and a one-of-a-kind floating table with a specialty wood countertop. A synthetic lawn and horseshoe pit with custom-made backstop bars on either side, a tranquil basalt water feature and dry streambed and Asian inspired plants throughout the yard complete the transformation.

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2:30
AM
Episode 1705

Sophie's soggy, sloping yard needs help, so she pleads for Matt Blashaw to come home with her. He designs a usable space for grilling, dining and lounging, all with an English garden vibe. He also fixes a few problems he encounters along the way, like installing a few retaining walls to level the space, adding drainage to move the water away and raising and reinforcing the deck posts. Finally, Matt adds a staircase for access and a composting area to give Sophie the ultimate outdoor space.

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3:00
AM
Episode 1701

Allen and Lily's uninviting yard is haggard and ignored, so Matt comes to their rescue with a Mediterranean oasis design. They want a place to hang out with friends and family, so Matt gives them a large deck complete with a barbecue island and a reclaimed dining table. He also adds an amazing stone water and fire feature as the center point, then builds a paver patio adjacent to it as well as a custom day bed with a pergola.

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3:30
AM
Episode 1702

A dirt pile of a backyard with an old shed and dying plants is transformed into an entertainer's dream. An unused space quickly becomes everyone's hangout when a cascading rock pond takes center stage. Also featured is a huge paver patio, a one-of-a-kind farmhouse dining table, a reclaimed wood BBQ cooking station, furniture and games.

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4:30
AM
Episode 103

Vanilla Ice revisits his favorite master suite makeovers. In each renovation, he doesn't just change the wallpaper. He tears down walls, windows and doors to create luxurious dazzling suites. But he doesn't stop there, to really add value to some of the houses, Rob changes the footprints of these suites. He installs top of the line remote control bathroom appliances, installs floor to ceiling Florida rooms to give waterfront views from the bedroom, and even installs a cedar wrapped sauna in one of his favorite master suite renovations.

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