Who Benefits From The Tiny House Revolution?
Tiny House Nation is an hourlong (!) show on the FYI network that follows people as they build the tiny houses of their dreams. Do not confuse it with Tiny House, Big Living, HGTV’s half-hour version of Tiny House Nation, or the channel’s Tiny House Builders. It’s also hard not to confuse it with Tiny House Hunters, HGTV’s show about people looking for already-built tiny houses, or FYI’s version, Tiny House Hunting. Or even Tiny House World, which is basically FYI’s version of Tiny House Hunting International, or HGTV’s Tiny House Luxury, which wants viewers to know that just because you’re living in 250 square feet doesn’t mean you can’t still have the Miele dishwasher of your dreams. And let’s not forget about Tiny House Arrest, the HGTV digital series that forces the stars of its other shows to live in tiny houses for 24 hours, or the New Year’s Day special Mighty Tiny Houses, which focused on a couple who travel the U.S. in their 125-square-foot home. Soon you’ll even be able to set your DVRs for DIY Network’s forthcoming series Love Yurts, starring a couple from Tiny House, Big Living who are building yurts for clients all over Hawaii. If you’re interested in being on Love Yurts, you’ll only learn from the casting page that “these funky, ready-to-pop domiciles are gaining mainstream appeal and are riding the housing market’s newest wave of living ‘green.’ Easy to build, easy to portage (if you so desire) and easy on the eyes, you and your yurt could be the envy of all your neighbors!”