This is an announcement if you’re interested in being on Tiny House, Big Living on HGTV.
Tiny House, Big Living, HGTV’s newest hit series, is looking for couples, families and singles (w/sidekicks) who are leaving behind their conventional lives to build and live in a tiny house! We are seeking people who are just beginning or have recently begun building their tiny house project!
The series is looking for enthusiastic, fun-loving folks who are open to sharing their downsizing adventure with HGTV and their audience!
Tiny House, Big Living Casting Call
We will spotlight builders and DIYers who are customizing their homes to fit their unique personalities–from custom furniture to custom layouts–making the most of downsizing their living space! We want tiny homes that stand out! Are you using all salvaged materials? Are you hiring a professional architect or designing as you go? Tell us your story.
Whether you’re building a tiny house to nuke the mortgage, travel the country or minimize your carbon footprint, however you (and your tiny house) roll….we’d love to hear from you! Production begins summer 2016.
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I will be one of those challenged people. I have had both knees replaced, plus get up to use the facility 3-4 times a night. So a loft is not an option for me.
I am planning a 24 foot trailer with tiny homes of Chattanooga.
My wife and I love the Tiny Houses programs, and are amazed how people choose to live in such small spaces. We see them choose a particular house, then see them after a few weeks of living.
We would be really interesting to see how they are adapting after a year or eighteen months to their new lifestyles! We think it would be fascinating to see what compromises they had to make, how it worked out for them, how their social life and entertaining have been affected, and how happy they are with their decision. It would make an exciting show!
Is there any way we can get this idea to the production company for consideration? I think it would be a money maker for them.