TV Schedule

Thursday, Mar 15

7:00
AM
Episode 211

Bob Plessinger and Brian Wilk decided to move to Dallas to build their first home. They want to incorporate green features such as bamboo floors and solar panels. However, they also have a trip planned to Africa in the middle of construction. Builder Scott Branan takes on the challenge of building the house on time and under budget to meet Bob and Brian's high expectations.

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8:00
AM
Episode 411

John DeSilvia rescues a single mother who hired a contractor to build an extension onto her kitchen. The contractor bailed on the project before he even made the space water tight, leaving the house, the homeowner, and her three sons exposed to the elements. Who knows what is behind those walls now that water has been allowed to drain into them. It's up to John and his crew to figure it out and rescue this family.

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8:30
AM
Episode 404F

The smokehouse is an outbuilding constructed in 1761 that was used to preserve meat. Catherine and Tayloe want to convert this dilapidated space into a speakeasy style bar they can use for their wedding business and for entertaining family and friends. Everything needs work in this building, from the deteriorating wood walls to the floor made up of uneven crumbling stones that are dangerous to walk on. With all of the work and expenses involved, they have to get creative and repurpose items they already have, including wood from another building that is on the verge of falling down.

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9:00
AM
Episode 405F

When Catherine and Tayloe moved into Mt Airy, all of their furnishings went into storage and they lived with Tayloe's grandparents' furniture and decor. It's time for the master bedroom and bathroom to finally feel like their own space, a place to unwind at the end of a long day. They're tearing out most of the bathroom including replacing a makeshift attic ladder attached by a wire hanger.

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9:30
AM
Episode 406F

The counting house is an outbuilding that is rich in history but has become a dumping ground for Tayloe's tools and outdoor gear. Tayloe wants to fulfill his grandfather's vision of converting this building into the ultimate man cave complete with a seating and storage area and a functioning workshop. This seemingly simple project turns out to be more than they bargained for when their lime-based paint looks splotchy, a storage rack that takes all day to build doesn't fit into the space and Tayloe takes a nasty fall from a ladder.

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10:00
AM
Episode 407F

The lower level of the west wing has warped floors and crumbling brick walls and needs major restoration. The Emerys will turn this wasted space into a multi-functional mud room where they can wash up after a long day on the farm, do laundry, house their six dogs, store the kids sports equipment and even squeeze in a bathroom. It feels like they are starting from scratch with this renovation because this building doesn't even have plumbing yet!

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10:30
AM
Episode 408F

The west wing was originally used as servant's quarters, but in the last century it became a storage space where family heirlooms piled up. Between their large family and the hunting and wedding parties they host at Mt Airy, Catherine and Tayloe are often housing guests in the main house, which is not always convenient. They want to turn two unused west wing rooms into a guest bedroom and bathroom that can house multiple guests. A trip to another family property also built in the 1700s provides inspiration for designs and also serves as a harsh reminder that Mt Airy could literally crumble if they don't restore it quickly.

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11:00
AM
Episode 409F

On the main level of the west wing is the original laundry room where clothes were washed by hand. Despite its lack of flooring and crumbling walls, Catherine and Tayloe want to turn this space into a lounge for their guests. This is a massive undertaking with a lot of intricate details like a suspended wood ceiling, opening up a brick wall to reveal the original archway, repurposing and old church pew and a very delicate piece of stained glass, and incorporating the Tayloe family crest. They even use a piece of an old Mt Airy tree to create a table.

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11:30
AM
Episode 410F

Catherine and Tayloe want to turn the original kitchen in the west wing into a chef's kitchen for when they host large parties. The old fireplace in this room was used to cook in, but over the last two centuries it went unused and quickly deteriorated. Not only do they need to rebuild this fireplace brick by brick, but they also need to blend historic aspects with modern day kitchen features like a rolling island and a pot rack that works on pulleys.

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12:00
PM
Episode SP01F

Months have passed since these tiny-house owners ditched their traditional digs (and financial trappings) for houses no bigger than trailers. From first-time homeowners to growing families, vacation homes to gypsy wagons, we find out what these homeowners have been up to since we last saw them. See how they are rethinking their spaces and learning from their mistakes, modifying their living quarters and moving from one location to the next and even generating income from their tiny gems.

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1:00
PM
Episode SP01F

More than 40,000 tiny-house builders, buyers and enthusiasts made their way to the first-ever Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs last year. Newly engaged tiny house enthusiasts Trevor Gay and Mary Benasutti were among them. Now the couple is returning to the biggest tiny house event in the world with their own tiny house in tow. They'll cross paths with other owners and designers and discover the latest the tiny house movement has to offer, including plexiglass cat walks, drawbridge entrances, energy recovery systems and all kinds of engineering and eco-friendly feats!

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2:00
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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2:30
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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3:00
PM
Episode 205H

Environmental entrepreneurs Paty and Diego turn to Tyson and Michelle to bring their modern and Bohemian tastes to life in an eco-friendly tiny home. The Miami couple dreams of traveling the world while running their home business. Their custom home features a rooftop deck with a sustainable grass alternative, a home office and bamboo wood accents throughout.

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3:30
PM
Episode 207H

A Washington DC couple dreams of having a modern and toddler-friendly tiny home near their family on Chesapeake Bay. Tyson and Michelle's build team begins the project with a ground floor nursery, a maxed-out kitchen and spacious dining area. Meanwhile, Michelle and the girls deck out the home in a traditional Scandinavian style and include a built-in living herb garden.

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4:00
PM
Episode 209H

An Oregon professor and his daughter dream of downsizing to a minimalist tiny home for their land on the Pacific Northwest coast. Tyson and the build team work on maximizing space with hidden storage compartments, while Michelle orders a unique Japanese-style soaking tub and fills the home with live plants and carefully placed pops of color.

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4:30
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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5:00
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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5:30
PM
Episode 202H

In Medford, Oregon, Karin dreams of building a portable tiny home identical to her current house for her and her granddaughter, Hale, to travel the country in and visit friends and family. Tyson and the guys get to work building a tiny home replica that includes a full-size baker's kitchen and a custom-built wine rack, while Michelle and her design team bring Karin's cozy beach cottage to life with coastal vibe materials.

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6:00
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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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 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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7:30
PM
Episode 210H

A family of five dreams of downsizing to a sleek and modern tiny home in Vancouver, Washington. Tyson and the Tiny Heirloom team work on building a supersized kitchen and dedicated playroom for the young boys, while Michelle brings the family's European design style to life with monochromatic colors and an industrial-rustic fusion for a sleek, streamlined look.

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8:00
PM
Episode 609

After living in New York City for 20 years, a couple is ready to move upstate with their son and French bulldog into a 400-square-foot dream home. Unlike more traditional tiny house designs, this build utilizes three separate structures joined by a common deck to create a more spacious tiny compound.

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8:30
PM
Episode 610

A young California couple hires Missouri builders to help build their dream container home. This luxury "tiny" will feature a master bedroom loft with heaps of storage, a guest bed that lifts and doubles as an office, a true walk-in closet and a rooftop deck where they can take in gorgeous mountain views.

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9:00
PM
Episode 713

A family of five builds a charming off-grid tiny house on 20 acres of land in northern Idaho. They all pitch in on the rustic home that includes a wood stove, live edge shelving, a bunk room that holds the whole family and his-and-hers outhouses.

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9:30
PM
Episode 712

A family of four brings the unique character of Charleston, South Carolina, into their tiny house build. They include traditional touches on the outside like an oyster shell stone path, black shutters and window boxes, and the Southern charm flows indoors with wood countertops and a sitting area.

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10:30
PM
Episode 711

An Idaho couple creates an amazing three-level tiny home perfectly suited for the both of them in gorgeous Swan Valley, ID. She wants a pampered paradise with a powder room worth envying and a place to showcase her huge shoe collection. He prefers a rugged and rustic escape with wood floor paneling on the walls and a hidden entertainment center. In the end, this tiny house has it all including vintage accessories, an upscale master bedroom with skylight and even an outdoor movie theater!

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11:00
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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11:30
PM
Episode 612

A young couple wants a simpler lifestyle with a sleek modern twist. Their tiny house will incorporate a first-of-its-kind stucco-like exterior, a rooftop deck with a clever removable railing system and an even more clever hidden bike storage rack. Their open design includes tall windows that provide plenty of light, a tucked-away staircase with storage steps large enough for their dog to manage and a second-story "hammock floor" that gives guests a place to stay.

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12:00
AM
Episode 713

A family of five builds a charming off-grid tiny house on 20 acres of land in northern Idaho. They all pitch in on the rustic home that includes a wood stove, live edge shelving, a bunk room that holds the whole family and his-and-hers outhouses.

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12:30
AM
Episode 712

A family of four brings the unique character of Charleston, South Carolina, into their tiny house build. They include traditional touches on the outside like an oyster shell stone path, black shutters and window boxes, and the Southern charm flows indoors with wood countertops and a sitting area.

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1:30
AM
Episode 711

An Idaho couple creates an amazing three-level tiny home perfectly suited for the both of them in gorgeous Swan Valley, ID. She wants a pampered paradise with a powder room worth envying and a place to showcase her huge shoe collection. He prefers a rugged and rustic escape with wood floor paneling on the walls and a hidden entertainment center. In the end, this tiny house has it all including vintage accessories, an upscale master bedroom with skylight and even an outdoor movie theater!

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2:00
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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2:30
AM
Episode 612

A young couple wants a simpler lifestyle with a sleek modern twist. Their tiny house will incorporate a first-of-its-kind stucco-like exterior, a rooftop deck with a clever removable railing system and an even more clever hidden bike storage rack. Their open design includes tall windows that provide plenty of light, a tucked-away staircase with storage steps large enough for their dog to manage and a second-story "hammock floor" that gives guests a place to stay.

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3:00
AM
Episode 609

After living in New York City for 20 years, a couple is ready to move upstate with their son and French bulldog into a 400-square-foot dream home. Unlike more traditional tiny house designs, this build utilizes three separate structures joined by a common deck to create a more spacious tiny compound.

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3:30
AM
Episode 610

A young California couple hires Missouri builders to help build their dream container home. This luxury "tiny" will feature a master bedroom loft with heaps of storage, a guest bed that lifts and doubles as an office, a true walk-in closet and a rooftop deck where they can take in gorgeous mountain views.

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4:30
AM
Episode 105F

Tim and Amber moved into their home a few years ago. Along with the house, they inherited a horrible deck that Tim said he would get around to fixing. After living through several years of electrical tape solutions Amber called in the professionals. Paul arrived just in time to teach Tim how to put down the tape and build the deck he always wanted to give Amber.

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