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Thursday, Oct 12

7:00
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Episode 503

This episode features a mattress pad that heats and cools with water, custom-made wallpaper using maps as art, reusable juice boxes, journals that go from digital to personalized paper books, a WI-FI smart thermostat with voice control, multi-organizational carryalls with a vintage look, and a solar powered cat toy. Plus, a bowl stabilizer that serves as a third hand in the kitchen, a solar powered tent that can charge i-devices, multi-temperature tea kettles, self-adjusting ratchet locking pliers, and a countertop water filtration system.

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7:30
AM
Episode 203F

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins have $230,000 to spend on a new rental property. They tour a four-bedroom house that's listed at $185,000 and a duplex for $200,000. Both need about $15,000 in renovations. The repairs in the house are straightforward, but the duplex has an upper unit with a funky layout that Danny finds challenging. Plus, he just had surgery on a torn Achilles tendon and will have to rely on Drew to do most of the renovations. Drew prefers the duplex and promises to help as much as possible to make this one work. He teams up with licensed contractor Andy Corbin to realize Danny's plan of a better layout in the one-bedroom apartment. They update the kitchen a space-spaving island that features hidden fridge and freezer drawers, and turn an un-used area under the pitched roof into a breakfast nook with a custom built banquette seating. Without having to touch the lower unit, they get it rented for $1,500 per month, and the upper unit goes for $1,300 per month thanks to the guys' planning and hard work.

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8:00
AM
Episode 103

Krista and Vinh love their daughter, but they need an adult space to unwind and call their own. Her toys and clothes have been spilling over to other parts of the house, including their bedroom. With a tiny master bathroom that can barely fit two people and a sauna that functions as a storage closet, they've called upon Rob and Mia to help them build an oasis for adults. But will a leaky situation sidetrack the team?

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8:30
AM
Episode 701

This is one of the largest kitchens Nicole has ever tackled, and it's her grandparents' kitchen. Built in 1956, the kitchen itself has been around for over half a century, but was unfortunately redone in the '90s, eliminating it's mid-century modern charm. Nicole wants to restore the ugly kitchen to how it looked when she was a child. New hardwood floors replace linoleum and Nicole designs custom, vintage-inspired cabinets to provide a nostalgic feel to the treasured room. Right down to a salvaged green phone, the kitchen begins to be reborn as it was in Nicole's childhood memories.

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9:00
AM
Episode 702

For Nicole's next project, it's gonna be sink or swim! The indoor pool that Nicole's grandfather built by hand is getting a much-needed refresher. First up, the safety and mechanical systems of the pool need to be overhauled to meet modern standards. The beautiful cedar ceiling and aquamarine walls are original so there is no way Nicole will change those, they just need a good wash and some new paint. In the biggest design challenge of the entire project, Nicole boldly replaces the original doors, which had been ruined with age, with giant glass garage doors to let in light and views of the surrounding countryside.

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9:30
AM
Episode 703

Nicole Curtis tackles the family room of her family's home! Off the pool lies a dated family room, covered in wood paneling and boasting a large mechanical room for the pool equipment. Nicole sees opportunity for a beautiful bathroom, and an updated, retro family room that pays homage to her Grandfather's original plans. It wouldn't be Nicole if some gorgeous wood, and not-so-gorgeous hunting themed paneling, is lovingly re purposed to update the room into a modern yet rustic haven.

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10:00
AM
Episode 704

Nicole Curtis saves the original Mid-Century bathroom in her Grandparents' house in her classic style; by preserving critical elements while updating tired design choices. The original blue tile, hand laid by her Grandfather, is saved, but working with the original tile color poses some challenges for Nicole. Rather than hiding from the blue tile Nicole embraces it wholeheartedly and bases her entire design around it. Finally Nicole removes a tacky 80s seashell vanity and replaces it with a much needed double-sink.

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10:30
AM
Episode 706

In this episode, Nicole Curtis tackles the heart of her Grandparents' home, the living room and dining room. The most 'photographed' rooms in the house, these projects present Nicole with a very clear visual template to work from. Fixing the original fireplace and it's plaster moulding presents a relatively easy, if messy, challenge. Sourcing and replacing the iconic chandelier in the dining room with an exact match may prove an impossible task.

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11:00
AM
Episode 707

Nicole Curtis tackles one of her biggest challenges yet, all of the original bedrooms in the home built by her Grandparents. Nicole is faced with a dilemma, the previous owners trashed the original windows and design, now it's up to her to fix their mistakes. Will Nicole be able to infuse life, design and personality into these ruined spaces?

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11:30
AM
Episode 708

Nicole Curtis tackles one of the hardest spaces in her grandparents' mid-century home, the basement. With space at a premium, Nicole must battle water, structural problems, dilapidated windows and poorly placed duct work to turn a neglected area into a much needed gathering space.

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12:00
PM
Episode 709

Nicole battles against several sticky issues in this episode. After an improperly winterized basement bathroom springs some serious leaks, she remains determined to rebuild the bathroom better than ever. Improving the layout, adding mid-century tile and a custom vanity, Nicole creates one of her most appealing bathrooms yet. But she doesn't end there, adding an egress window to the basement, Nicole builds out a charming and inviting basement guest suite.

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12:30
PM
Episode 710

As the renovation of Nicole's grandparents midcentury home winds down there is just one major obstacle left: the exterior. Nicole's grandparents literally built the home block by block so nothing short of perfection will do for the curb appeal of this property. Nicole adds gutters, a new driveway and entirely does the house in stucco, just like the original. To complete this magnificent transformation Nicole restores the original brick front porch and tops everything off with some tasteful, but stunning landscaping.

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1:00
PM
Episode 711

Nicole is back on Campbell Street helping her 85-year-old veteran neighbor, Art, repair his home. The house is suffering from severe water damage so the team seals the leaky roof and patches and repaints the dining room, living room, and bedroom. The old worn down carpets and area rugs have become an extreme trip hazard for the elderly vet, so Nicole installs new low pile carpet throughout the home. With the help of her team and Art's two daughters, Nicole turns an otherwise unsafe home into a relaxing retreat in record time.

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1:30
PM
Episode 712

Nicole takes on her most personal project yet, her grandfather's red barn. The barn has fallen into disrepair and requires a great deal of structural work to make it safe and strong. Starting with an Amish metal roof, skylights, new gutters and a coat of paint, Nicole brings the exterior of the barn back to life. Inside Nicole removes part of the loft to reveal a beautiful cathedral ceiling and rebuilds a staircase out of salvaged wood. With the Red Barn finally reborn Nicole is ready to reveal the full renovation of her 50s midcentury ranch to the home's original builders, her Grandma and Grandpa.

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2:00
PM
Episode 102

Chase and Brock transform an uninviting, rarely used porch into a warm and rustic family gathering space by adding reclaimed barnwood to the ceiling, rough-sawn hardwood flooring and a huge sliding door looking toward the lake.

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2:30
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Episode 104

Chase and Brock transform a dark 1950s cabin to give a family the entertaining space they've always wanted. They remove paneling and knock down walls to create an open kitchen for the living area, dining room and lakefront patio. Then, they replace old carpet with new flooring that's perfect for going barefoot.

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3:00
PM
Episode 106

Brock and Chase tackle an old river cabin and transform the living space with timber beams, wood floors and a custom entertainment center. Then, a wood slat wall defines the space and is accented by a custom black walnut kitchen island with hand-wrought metal legs.

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3:30
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Episode 108

Chase and Brock transform a lackluster 1990s-looking family cabin by giving it a beautiful open floor plan. The living room, dining area and kitchen come alive when the brothers add a large center island with handmade wood stools and ceiling beams designed to look like original timber framing.

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4:00
PM
Episode 110

Brock and Chase tackle a lake house and turn it into a midcentury modern oasis by giving the existing fireplace an easy-to-use gas insert and creating a custom entertainment center with a barnwood backdrop.

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4:30
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Episode 101

When a family's inherited 60-year-old lakeside cabin needs updating and more room for gatherings, brothers Chase and Brock Jurgensen blow out the back wall to take over the huge porch. Now bright with a cozy wraparound view of the lake, the rustic-modern interior features a breakfast bar and touches of branches, barnwood and cables, while outside is a new pergola and handmade barnwood table for fair weather meals.

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5:00
PM
Episode 103

Chase and Brock use salvaged items and reclaimed materials to create bright, fully functional guest quarters in the dark and unsafe storage space of an original World War II Quonset hut. The sleeping area features custom beds and the kitchen is built out with handmade butcher block countertops.

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5:30
PM
Episode 105

Brock and Chase update a fourth-generation family cabin on Lake Charlotte, Minnesota. They give one room a bigger feel with new paint and a custom barnwood-framed window, and a breakfast nook adds a great space for family gatherings.

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6:00
PM
Episode 107

Brock and Chase gut a lakeside retro guesthouse and give it a floor-to-ceiling rustic overhaul. They replace laminate flooring with wood, make a custom live-edge kitchen island the centerpiece and add a hand-milled timber door frame to accent the main room.

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6:30
PM
Episode 109

Brock and Chase are giving a lake house much-needed updates starting with getting rid of the rubber flooring, carpet and dated accordion door. Then, Brock creates one-of-a-kind barnwood wall art and sliding barnwood doors to add bright and modern home rustic charm.

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7:00
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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7:30
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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8:00
PM
Episode 605

After spending 11 weeks living in their car while visiting all 48 contiguous states with their toddler, a couple is ready to convert a cargo van into their very own tiny house. With only 80 feet of area to work with, their space-saving design will include an elevated queen-sized bed with storage and retractable deck underneath, a kitchen counter that doubles as an office and stairs that also act as a closet. The tiny home will then include a full bathroom with shower and toilet. The finishing touch will be a loft for their toddler that features a cozy bed, decorative safety rails and a starlit ceiling.

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8:30
PM
Episode 606

A barista and sous chef are eager to simplify their lifestyle by moving into their own tiny house. With the help of a building crew, the San Diego, CA, natives get to work on a 340-square foot total package tiny house with everything on their wish list. Their entertainment-driven design includes a chef's kitchen with accordion window, a bar and herb garden.

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9:00
PM
Episode 611

A Florida couple finds themselves no longer in need of their large family home and decides to build a luxurious tiny house. The couple doesn't want to give up any of the creature comforts they are used to as they transition into this new phase of life, so they throw the budget out the window and plan for a completely custom, high-end tiny. This gorgeous house features soft-close cabinetry, a beautiful full-size kitchen with a pullout vent hood and motion-detecting faucet. The large bathroom comes equipped with heated floors, a dual vanity and a rounded glass rain shower.

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9:30
PM
Episode 607

A contractor and his wife plan to realize their dream of going tiny by constructing themselves a tiny honeymoon home before their wedding. Their 275 square-foot design will include a full workshop and yoga practice space as well as a second story deck, unique custom cabinetry, a wooden bathtub and rustic accents throughout. Their wedding is in 15 weeks -- will they finish it in time?

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10:00
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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10:30
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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11:00
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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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 611

A Florida couple finds themselves no longer in need of their large family home and decides to build a luxurious tiny house. The couple doesn't want to give up any of the creature comforts they are used to as they transition into this new phase of life, so they throw the budget out the window and plan for a completely custom, high-end tiny. This gorgeous house features soft-close cabinetry, a beautiful full-size kitchen with a pullout vent hood and motion-detecting faucet. The large bathroom comes equipped with heated floors, a dual vanity and a rounded glass rain shower.

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12:30
AM
Episode 607

A contractor and his wife plan to realize their dream of going tiny by constructing themselves a tiny honeymoon home before their wedding. Their 275 square-foot design will include a full workshop and yoga practice space as well as a second story deck, unique custom cabinetry, a wooden bathtub and rustic accents throughout. Their wedding is in 15 weeks -- will they finish it in time?

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1:00
AM
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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1:30
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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2:00
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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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 605

After spending 11 weeks living in their car while visiting all 48 contiguous states with their toddler, a couple is ready to convert a cargo van into their very own tiny house. With only 80 feet of area to work with, their space-saving design will include an elevated queen-sized bed with storage and retractable deck underneath, a kitchen counter that doubles as an office and stairs that also act as a closet. The tiny home will then include a full bathroom with shower and toilet. The finishing touch will be a loft for their toddler that features a cozy bed, decorative safety rails and a starlit ceiling.

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3:30
AM
Episode 606

A barista and sous chef are eager to simplify their lifestyle by moving into their own tiny house. With the help of a building crew, the San Diego, CA, natives get to work on a 340-square foot total package tiny house with everything on their wish list. Their entertainment-driven design includes a chef's kitchen with accordion window, a bar and herb garden.

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4:30
AM
Episode 501

This episode features a smart smoke detector, an elegant way to preserve wine, a leash that keeps your pet in step and air buds that zip but don't tangle. Also featured, a cool way to keep pajamas toasty, a car liner for hauling cargo and a way to keep baby bath water at the safest temperature. Plus, a mattress that inflates in juts a few breaths, giving tools the edge from kitchen to garden, power cords get a grip and garlic gets a better way to go from the bulb to the dish.

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