My wife and I have a pact that if one of us isn't home the other won't watch shows that we both love. That leaves me with some pretty bad options, such as Tiny House Nation. I like shows where they make things, so that parts cool, but I just can't get behind living in one of those. The idea is noble, until you get the stomach flu and your significant other can't escape the horrors of it because the bathroom is in the living room which doubles as the kitchen/litter box. Relationships need some mystery and a decent level of air quality. And I freely admit that I love stuff way too much and would have a hard time limiting myself to what could fit in a hatch back. Our walls are packed with art and there are things surrounding us that make us happy, so I can't see the benefit of saving money if you're trapped in what amounts to a hipster prison cell. Now if there's a show out there that will build me a castle on a mountain with tons of wall space and a moat I would apply right now.
Some things are ok in smaller versions though, like these Tuttz and Pharaoh Hounds from Argonaut Resins. These little dudes are 3D printed in resin and perfectly sized to fit in the little nooks and crannies of your collection. Check em out now over at http://argonautresins.bigcartel.com and add some of these insanely affordable ($15 for 2 figures!!) critters to your regular sized house for grown people.