Nathan and Jenny are challenged with building a completely unique, tree-themed yurt. The Beschens decide on a large, 30-foot yurt and request other yurt firsts such as a private, walled-off master bedroom and the largest dormer they've ever built!
Nathan and Jenny use a rare wood only found in Hawaii to build a yurt on a farm for clients determined to live completely of the grid. Their clients' goal is to never have to go to the grocery store by living solely off their farm and catching the occasional fish.
Nathan and Jenny build their biggest kitchen yet for a young couple who has chosen a yurt to be their first home. But, their land is on a steep hill and that causes some big design challenges.
Nathan and Jenny are challenged with building a completely unique yurt on Oahu, HI, with creative touches on an artistic couple's tiny budget. The couple has some fantastic land and the excitement of having their own home is mounting. Nathan and Jenny make the couple's dreams come true with fabulous modular furniture, one-of-a-kind countertops and a gallery wall to display their works.
A young couple gets creative designing a yurt with modular features. They pull out all the stops to give each piece its own unique design, using everything from beach glass and colored epoxy to a mattress and a turkey carver.
A hula instructor and drum maker are looking to build a yurt on their Oahu property. Rain and mud slows the build down, and Nathan and Jenny fight against the clock and the elements to complete the yurt on time.
Jenny and Nathan head to Waimanalo, Oahu, to build a country-themed yurt on a horse ranch for a couple moving out of their apartment. They struggle with new firsts including building curved interior walls and molding galvanized aluminum to their kitchen countertops. Will this ranch yurt meet the couple's needs?
With their growing family getting bigger by the day, Nathan and Jenny decide it's time to grow their yurt with them. They may have bitten off more than they can chew, however, with only five days to complete their project.
Nathan and Jenny design the ultimate man cave for a musician and his friend. They go all out, giving the yurt indoor skate ramps, a refurbished pool table and a stage complete with drums and guitars.
Nathan and Jenny design a new home for a jewelry maker and her son. The team will have to pull an all nighter to complete the yurt on time after fierce rains and a mismeasurement put the build far behind schedule.
A couple with a love for the ocean is looking for a yurt, and Nathan and Jenny are up to the task. The build schedule is put at risk, however, when Jenny loses her voice and rain pours in while the yurt goes up.
Nathan and Jenny work with a couple who want a 30-foot yurt with a loft, a gazebo and a smaller yurt bathroom. The huge project is on a tight, one-week deadline and an even tighter $60,000 budget.