A record player sitting in storage turns out to be a potentially great discovery. This job is packed with all sorts of mismatched items: the gang also discovers an awesome wagon that dates back before the days of Flexible Flyer! Tons of cool stuff pops out of a mess 95 years in the making.
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?
Four years ago, Kristina and Daniel bought their first home, which turned out to be a repurposed hair salon. The kitchen is inconveniently on the second floor and their only shower is too gross to use. Mia and Rob take on the challenge as Kristina and Daniel decide between eating at a kids table or baths over showers.
Charlie Kern is passionate about converting buses into amazing homes, including his own school bus, or 'skoolie.' His current projects include a 35-foot flat-nosed bus for a young woman who spends her life on the road making and selling circus equipment. Her bus will be decked out with a raised roof, built-in furniture and lots of hidden storage. Charlie also works on an off-grid, luxury skoolie in Maine and a church bus/dream home for a family with a 2-year-old. Charlie tricks out all three buses with clever features that will make living the bus life the best life ever!
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?
A woman decides to move back to her childhood home of Pahoa on the Big Island of Hawaii. She designs a beautiful and secluded tiny home that will help her pursue her dream of living simply again. Will her dreams of having the perfect tiny paradise become a reality?
An outdoor-loving couple is looking to get lost in the Pacific Northwest with a tiny paradise in Puget Sound, Washington. With help from family, they design their tiny home complete with funky features perfect for exploring the Washington landscape.
Newlyweds start off their new life together minimally and cost-effectively by going tiny in Salmon, ID. The bride's father keeps the family's home building traditions alive by designing a unique home for the happy couple that caters to all of their favorite outdoor activities while keeping their footprint down to a minimum.
A man builds a tiny house on his best friend's property near the Continental Divide in Black Hawk, CO. Having this tiny home will allow the friends to spend more time in nature and create lasting memories in this outdoorsman's paradise. Before they finish the project, they'll also build a tiny doghouse to match the new abode.
A couple dreams of setting up camp in the Rocky Mountains so they're building a tiny home in Ridgeway, CO. They love the ease of mountain living and hope this move will enhance their active outdoor lifestyle. Their dream home will be a shepherd's wagon tiny house but will the unique design hold up their dreams of roaming the west?
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?
A family of four considers Maui, Hawaii, pure paradise for adventuring and relaxing, so they build their own 'heart of the earth' tiny home based on the Balinesean architectural style. This tiny temple home combines sustainable materials with intricate hand-carved wooden details creating the perfect feng shui for harmonious family living.
This large family of eight loves spending time outside on their ten acres of land in Rolla, MO. In order to take full advantage of the beautiful lake quarry in their backyard, they opt to build a tiny home with all the bells and whistles. With the help of their builder, this family creates a dream home that all six kids, their relatives and neighbors can enjoy.
A Denver couple leaves the big city for their vacation spot in Arenal, Costa Rica. They design an unbelievably sustainable tiny home surrounded by the natural beauty of this small Central American town. Will their big dreams of tiny living become a reality?
Jon and Kristen Meier think outside the box by building in it! They create custom, one of a kind shipping container homes and their latest client has them designing a three-container structure in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Dealing with tricky terrain and inclement mountain weather, the team enlists the help of their family to install bowling alley wood countertops, large patio doors and a huge back deck with a spiral staircase leading up to a rooftop observation platform. With both Kristen and their client about to have babies, there are deadlines and due dates looming so it's a race to the finish line to complete the build on time.
Jon and Kristen want to change the way people think about container living and start by tackling their biggest build yet. They stagger two 40-foot containers and open the walls between them to create a massive great room. Then, they add a large deck to accommodate friends and family for entertaining.
Jon and Kristen design and build a container home for a local couple's adopted son and fill it with fun features like a lofted bed, hydraulic TV winch and an outdoor fire pit. They also build a second container with a custom workshop and rooftop deck with a driving range. However, with a massive hurricane rapidly approaching, it's all hands on deck as the team frantically works to batten down the hatches in time to save the build.
Jon and Kristen raise the bar by taking on their biggest container home yet for a homeowner who wants a home where her entire family can bunk down and enjoy the amazing views her property affords. An A-frame roof, full-size kitchen and multi-level covered porch are a few of the stunning features in this game-changing container build.
Jon and Kristen are eager to begin work on a very special container home that combines a unique design with the scenic beauty of South Texas. The home consists of three containers stacked to create a cantilevered look with multi-level decks that offer stunning views of nature all around. A great room with two guest bedrooms is down below with a kitchen and master suite up top complete with refurbished clawfoot bathtub. This visually stunning build will expand the imagination and show off the nearly limitless combinations that can be achieved with container homes.
Jon and Kristen work to build a container home for the in-laws when they come to visit their new grandson. With only four weeks to complete the project, the couple must tackle 20-foot and 40-foot containers to create a rooftop deck and an indoor living area.
An outdoorsy family of three is determined to build a mammoth off-grid cabin along Idaho's Salmon River after one of their properties was destroyed by a fire. Watch this family take on Class 5 rapids to portage out materials on jet boats, then brave weather, wildlife and remote isolation as they race to complete their log cabin build before low tide hits and they can't return home.
A creative family builds a three-story tiny house full of clever features on the easternmost property in the US. But with limited experience and a three-month deadline, they'll need the help of a few local Mainers to get it done. Follow their journey in the stunning North Atlantic as they handcraft their new off-grid home from the ground up.
After meeting with the president of the Iowa Speedway, Don and the guys are hired to create three different tailgating games for the track's 25,000 fans to use on race days. Each game needs to tie into automobile history, but the shop is short on vintage car parts. To find enough pieces to work with, Don and Hal gain access to an auto graveyard which features hundreds of rusting cars just parked in a forest. Once back at the shop, Don has trouble getting Rex and Brian to complete the custom builds in the tight, two-week timeframe the track has requested. Something that's not helping his cause is Hal, who wants a new, mid-century modern mailbox for his own home and has secretly moved his pet project up to the front of the line.