TV Schedule

Thursday, Nov 9

7:00
AM
Episode 507

This episode features office chairs inspired by race cars, a flexible tripod mount for smart phones, a personal filter system for safe drinking water in any situation, game dice with thousands of creative meal combinations, reinventing old t-shirts into a quilt, and a necktie that looks good and cleans screens. Plus, a customizable wood shop system for home projects, bamboo toothbrushes, one-of-a-kind recycled granite stone door pulls, a toy for girls that teaches engineering skills, self-brewing portable mugs, and a struggle free garbage container.

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7:30
AM
Episode 207F

Real estate agent Drew Levin and contractor Danny Perkins are looking to buy their next rental house just outside the city, where there is a good market for large family-friendly properties. But a master suite is a must-have for this search. First, they check out a six-bedroom house, listed at $245,000. It's huge, but all of the bedrooms have outdated panel walls, and none of them work as a master...until they hit the second floor, where one of the bedrooms has been turned into an unpermitted kitchen. Danny sees potential to knock down a couple walls and turn the entire floor into a master suite. Next, they look at a hundred year old house that's listed at $200,000. It's cheaper than the first, but doesn't have as many bedrooms. Also, the living room and dining room have been walled off to use as extra bedrooms by an owner/landlord that was obviously in trouble. But when the guys find that the kitchen and bathrooms have been newly updated, it's clear that another owner had already come in, tried to turn this place around and couldn't finish. This house has great original woodwork and decent bedrooms, but no real master. So when Drew and Danny get to the attic, they are excited to find a large space with lots of potential. They can increase the total number of bedrooms in this house, so the guys are sold. But first, they have to make sure that the updated kitchen and bathrooms have been permitted by the city. Once that's out of the way, they transform the attic into a master bedroom with corner closets, a reading nook, and two nightstands inset just under the pitched roof. Danny also builds a custom slatted bed frame and headboard, so tenants won't have to carry a bed up to the attic. Downstairs, the living room and dining room are opened up and tied together with a coffered ceiling and a salvaged antique archway that almost perfectly matches the home's original wood details. In the end, the projects come in $500 under budget, and the guys are able to rent the house for $250 over their original estimate.

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8:00
AM
Episode 107

Stacey and Omer feel like prisoners in a dungeon. Their rooms are gloomy, dark and lack storage. The kitchen is dysfunctional and with only one bathroom for a family of four, their son has taken to peeing in the back yard. Mia and Rob are up for the challenge of creating a light filled functional space but will an unexpected discovery run them over budget?

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8:30
AM
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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9:00
AM
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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9:30
AM
Episode 107

A couple calls on Ben Sargent to work his magic and build them their castle in the clouds. Working over 60 feet in the air, Ben and his team create a fantasy treehouse retreat with mountain views that would be any renter's dream.

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10:00
AM
Episode 109

A couple in tourist hot spot Charleston, SC, has a detached poolside storage garage they want Ben Sargent to transform into a decent rental. The team gets to work, opening up the ceiling to make two sleeping lofts in what was once the attic. They then make a bathroom out of an existing storage closet and combine three single windows into one that can swing open to a pool with a bar. To drive home the nautical theme, Ben goes on an oyster hunt and adds the shells to the faces of all the existing cabinetry in the space.

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10:30
AM
Episode 110

A Charleston, SC, couple taps Ben Sargent and the boys to help salvage a small metal shed in disrepair. Ben immediately sees big rental potential in the bunker-type structure, so the guys get to work adding new windows and French doors as well as a deck to take advantage of the waterfront views. Inside, Ben adds a kitchenette and rehabs an old existing tool cabinet into a top-shelf bar. Finally, Ben goes on a hunt for shrimp boat parts that he turns into the perfect dining and card table as the finishing touch on this ultimate man cave.

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11:00
AM
Episode 108

An engaged couple looking to save money for their wedding buys a gutted Airstream land yacht and wants Ben Sargent to turn it into a unique space they can rent out. Ben and Patrick work quickly, using bent Luan wood to frame the inside of the curved structure and building a charming kitchenette with breakfast bar that takes in the breathtaking views of the mountains. After adding a dining nook that turns into a queen-size bed and additional storage pods to maximize rental potential, Ben is convinced this dream Airstream will make the couple a pretty penny.

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11:30
AM
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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12:00
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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12:30
PM
Episode 102

A Burlington, Vermont, couple hires Ben to transform the top floor of their century-old barn into a retreat for family and potential renters. Ben and his team get to work building a bed nook and a spa-like area with a clawfoot tub, but the crew must work quickly to avoid disaster when a structural beam under them almost gives way.

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1:00
PM
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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1:30
PM
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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2:00
PM
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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2:30
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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3:00
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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3:30
PM
Episode 213H

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.

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4:00
PM
Episode 201H

A couple in Agoura Hills, California, wants to expand their property with a tiny home for their two children. The team has their work cut out for them as they incorporate zen living into a multi-functional space that both siblings will love.

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4:30
PM
Episode 204H

A Washington nature enthusiast dreams of a simpler life in the great outdoors and decides to downsize to a 240-square-foot tiny home. Tyson and the team work to maximize floor space while Michelle brings the outdoors inside by adding natural accents.

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5:00
PM
Episode 208H

Tyson and the Heirloom team head to Bend, OR, to help an entrepreneur with dreams of growing her business in a rustic and whimsical tiny house. The team gets to work building a creative workspace platform directly over her bedroom nook and use raw materials, live edge shelving, copper and floral textures to give the home the cozy feeling she's looking for. Will the finished product be everything this first-time homebuyer wants?

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5:30
PM
Episode 203H

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.

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6:00
PM
Episode 211H

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.

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6:30
PM
Episode 206H

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.

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7:00
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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7:30
PM
Episode 505

A recent graduate and her boyfriend take inspiration from an old 17th century ship while creating the tiny house of their dreams. Their nautical vision includes blue and green shingles that resemble waves, an aquarium and kitchen cabinets that resemble whiskey barrels on a pirate's ship. The couple is hoping to live off the grid so they're hiring an expert to design an unusual water pillow system to store rainwater for their personal use. They're hoping the finalized house will inspire them as they travel the coasts in search of a job in wildlife ecology.

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8:00
PM
Episode 513

A performing couple answers the call to travel and leave the rat race behind by building a mobile tiny home. To maximize mobility and match their gypsy lifestyle, the house is being constructed directly on the back of a diesel flatbed truck. The interior will feature carnival-inspired designs like a stage for performances, pop-out sections that expand the living space, a hand-built Japanese soaking tub, stained glass windows and antiques placed throughout. These gypsies' new home is just what the couple needs to share their passion for music and dancing around the country.

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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 101FH

A Denver couple is moving to their own personal paradise in Mexico. The couple is looking to connect with nature and live a more relaxed lifestyle in the jungles of Tulum. They're going tiny and have designed an amazing house with plenty of outdoor space. Will the Tulum jungle give them everything they're hoping for?

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9:30
PM
Episode 102FH

After feeling the need to downsize and live simply, a woman and her best friend decide to build a tiny home in the jungle paradise of Hilo, HI. While their dreams of a tiny Hawaiian hideaway are big, both lack adequate construction experience. Will they be able to make their tiny dream a sustainable reality?

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10:00
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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10:30
PM
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
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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11:30
PM
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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12:00
AM
Episode 101FH

A Denver couple is moving to their own personal paradise in Mexico. The couple is looking to connect with nature and live a more relaxed lifestyle in the jungles of Tulum. They're going tiny and have designed an amazing house with plenty of outdoor space. Will the Tulum jungle give them everything they're hoping for?

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12:30
AM
Episode 102FH

After feeling the need to downsize and live simply, a woman and her best friend decide to build a tiny home in the jungle paradise of Hilo, HI. While their dreams of a tiny Hawaiian hideaway are big, both lack adequate construction experience. Will they be able to make their tiny dream a sustainable reality?

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1:00
AM
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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1:30
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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2:00
AM
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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2:30
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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3:00
AM
Episode 513

A performing couple answers the call to travel and leave the rat race behind by building a mobile tiny home. To maximize mobility and match their gypsy lifestyle, the house is being constructed directly on the back of a diesel flatbed truck. The interior will feature carnival-inspired designs like a stage for performances, pop-out sections that expand the living space, a hand-built Japanese soaking tub, stained glass windows and antiques placed throughout. These gypsies' new home is just what the couple needs to share their passion for music and dancing around the country.

More About This Episode
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 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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