Why would Super Bowl champ Deion Sanders want to live in a tiny house? That’s the million-dollar question that inspired us to tune in to the latest episode of “Tiny House Nation,” where hosts John Weisbarth and Zack Giffin build the NFL Hall of Famer a 600-square-foot diminutive dwelling of his dreams, then squeeze him in.
Hurricane Katrina was such a powerful storm it washed away this family's 2,000-square-foot home in Waveland, Mississippi. They later built a tiny house on the property, the Mississippi Memory House, with the help of Tiny House Nation.
The Nomad’s Nest is a gooseneck tiny house created by Wind River Tiny Homes. This house was featured in the second season of Tiny House Nation on FYI. The high ceilings and no-loft design was built for the 6’6″ owner in mind.