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A 493-square-foot house is built for a family of three in Vermont.
Two women seek a rustic home that will fit their farm life and have storage for their prized bikes.
A recording studio and a quilting area are included in a 220-square-foot house in Cleveland.
Long-time sweethearts look to downsize, but want a space that allows for a healthy lifestyle.
A young bachelor from Massachusetts builds a 150-square-foot mobile house.
A business-owning couple look to downsize for more financial freedom and to focus more on each other.
A space good for fitness and travel is sought by newlyweds who run a travel wellness magazine.
Families downsize into smaller houses.
Brooke returns to Abby's dance team after a stint cheerleading, which prompts a mom to take her daughter to audition for the rival Candy Apples squad.
Horse racing is the inspiration for a tiny home built for a couple who grew up in the sport.
Abby requires the moms to make costumes for their kids; Cathy holds an open audition to supplement her Candy Apples troupe.
Rap artist Lil Jon requests a tiny recording studio that could also serve as a guest space in his backyard.
The moms disapprove when Abby choreographs a detective-theme dance that includes guns.
A professional basketball player seeks a place he can settle into when he isn't traveling to games.
Jill leaves Abby's studio and joins the Candy Apples; Kendall and Nia compete against each other.
Zack creates a bohemian space for a couple who are looking to expand their winery business after a move to Austin.
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