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This real estate/home renovation series focuses on homeowners who want to live in very small houses in idyllic locations. The series follows the construction of tiny home, including those built by professional contractors and those built by homeowners who want to tackle the project by themselves.

Tiny Paradise is a Reality series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on July 3, 2017.

Tiny Paradise is available for streaming on the HGTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Tiny Paradise on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, HGTV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on HGTV
2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
July 3, 2017
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Tiny Paradise Full Episode Guide

  • A family doesn't let a harsh landscape and the threat of hurricanes prevent them from building their dream home on a cliffside overlooking the ocean in the Bahamas.

  • An architect builds a unique tiny house on legs with a variety of interesting angles, different uses of metals and unique open-concept design in the Arizona dessert.

  • A family plans to build a low-impact hobbit house that capitalizes on breathtaking views and overlooks their barn in the mountains of North Carolina.

  • A free spirit has found her desert paradise and is working to fulfill her dream of building a tiny home eco-village on 10 acres in Joshua Tree, CA. This artistic endeavor will be quite the undertaking as they battle the desert elements and a tight timeline. The unique, transforming tiny will have two halves connected by an atrium and will feature multiple Murphy beds, handmade countertops, a mural and a rock garden.

  • An outdoorsy couple living in Hawaii finds a beautiful gem of a property on Oahu's windward side where they plan to build their own smart tiny house. Nestled in the Hawaiian jungle, their modern design features a private outdoor shower enclosed by banana trees, waterfall countertops and custom recessed colored strip lighting that snakes throughout the house.

  • 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.

  • 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 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 pair of wine enthusiasts break the rental cycle by transforming a vintage bread truck into a mobile tiny home with rustic design elements and multi-functional pieces in the middle of California wine country.

  • 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.

  • A family of four considers Maui, Hawaii, pure paradise for adventuring and relaxing, so they build their own 'heart of the earth' tiny home based on the Balinesean architectural style. This tiny temple home combines sustainable materials with intricate hand-carved wooden details creating the perfect feng shui for harmonious family living.

  • A family of four considers Maui, Hawaii a pure paradise for adventure and relaxing, so they build their own tiny home based on the Balinese architectural style.

  • Newlyweds start off their new life together minimally and cost-effectively by going tiny in Salmon, Idaho; the bride's father keeps the family's home building traditions alive by designing a unique home for the happy couple.

  • A large family of eight loves spending time outside on their ten acres of land in Rolla, Mo., and to take full advantage of the beautiful lake quarry in their backyard, they opt to build a tiny home with all the bells and whistles.

  • A Denver couple leaves the big city for their vacation spot in Arenal, Costa Rica. They design an unbelievably sustainable tiny home surrounded by the natural beauty of this small Central American town. Will their big dreams of tiny living become a reality?

  • A Colorado man builds an outdoorsman's tiny house on his best friend's property complete with a matching tiny doghouse.

  • A couple dreams of setting up camp in the Rocky Mountains so they're building a tiny home in Ridgeway, CO. They love the ease of mountain living and hope this move will enhance their active outdoor lifestyle. Their dream home will be a shepherd's wagon tiny house but will the unique design hold up their dreams of roaming the west?

  • A woman decides to move back to her childhood home of Pahoa on the Big Island of Hawaii. She designs a beautiful and secluded tiny home that will help her pursue her dream of living simply again. Will her dreams of having the perfect tiny paradise become a reality?

  • After feeling the need to downsize and live simply, a woman and her best friend decide to build a tiny home in the jungle paradise of Hilo, HI. While their dreams of a tiny Hawaiian hideaway are big, both lack adequate construction experience. Will they be able to make their tiny dream a sustainable reality?

  • A Denver couple is moving to their own personal paradise Mexico. The couple is looking to connect with nature and live a more relaxed lifestyle in the jungles of Tulum. They're going tiny and have designed an amazing house with plenty of outdoor space. Will the Tulum jungle give them everything they're hoping for?