A furniture builder and master craftsman uses foraged and reclaimed materials to build a special indoor-outdoor tiny house for his family of four in Kauai. On the outside, curved tree branches form the roofline over a wraparound deck with an outdoor shower and fire-heated tub. The creativity continues inside with driftwood accent pieces and a bamboo rollout loft.
A couple of vineyard workers break the rental cycle by transforming a vintage bread truck into the tiny home of their dreams in the middle of California wine country. This mobile tiny home has a variety of rustic design features and multi-functional pieces including a couch that's also a bed and table, a rolling stair-closet combo and an alchemist cabinet for their wine that's built right into their shower wall. The nostalgic truck also has a motorized deck that unfolds into a patio -- the perfect place to sip wine by any vineyard they choose to park near.
A young couple in Lakeside, Montana, is downsizing to a tiny cabin in the woods. Set against a gorgeous backdrop, this cozy A-frame cabin offers a skylight for stargazing, a suspended hammock bed, a stone fireplace and hidden art storage. Fun features continue outside with a rustic cedar hot tub perfect for relaxing after a long day on the slopes.
A Hawaii couple with four adopted children wants their own tiny house retreat where they can relax and recharge. Set on 20 acres of property high in the Hawaiian mountains, they want their 300-square-foot design to feel like a peaceful sanctuary with rustic farmhouse style, complete with an indoor/outdoor fireplace and a his-and-her bathtub on a wraparound deck.
A family is looking for adventure and financial freedom as they set out to build their own Bohemian-chic tiny house in the beautiful and rugged Texas countryside. Two slide-outs maximize space in the living room and bedroom, while the kitchen features large pass-through windows that open onto the deck.