St. Louisian Lilly Steele's episode of HGTV's "Tiny House Big Living" Debuts Monday June 27, 8:30pm
St. Louisian & Aerial Yoga Instructor/ Circus Performer wants be able to periodically hit the road but doesn't want to sacrifice the comforts of home as she travels. Her solution, build a mobile Tiny House. HGTV chronicles her adventures this Monday.
As she was sharing her story with her friends on Instagram and Facebook, HGTV saw her journey and wanted to share it with their audience. Over the past nine months , Lilly's Tiny House grew and developed (yes, like a baby) With the help of friends, including her students, and local circus performers, Lilly built her house, right here in St. Louis. Now the House is ready for living and traveling and HGTV captured the process on their hit show "Tiny House, Big Living"
Lilly says, "When the producers from the show contacted me last September, I got excited because they told me that for the episode to air, i would have to have it completed in May, so that it could air this summer, and for me that gave me a goal date to get this done and keep things on track! Sourcing a home yourself, without a big budget and wanting to use recycled materials was a challenge at times, but I was able to get it done pretty close to the deadline and now the show is ready to air!"
Lilly Steele Fitness is an aerial yoga studio and personal training gym. It is located in the grove neighborhood. Lilly's philosophy of sustainable living can be seen in her studio, her classes, as well as, her Tiny House, which is currently housed in the parking lot with hopes of finding a semi-permanent, between travels location.
Check out her story this Monday and head over to HGTV.COM for additional air times.
HGTV's "Tiny House Big Living" airs Monday at 8:00pm CST. Lilly's episode will be on Monday 6.27.2016 at 8:30pm CST. Episode Synposis Below:
Season 3, Episode 8
Lilly's Tiny Circus Home
Traveling circus performer Lilly has been couch surfing for three years and has decided a tiny house-on-wheels is the perfect solution for her nomadic lifestyle. She's designed the 130-square-foot layout that she, her dad and circus friends will help build. Original features include a hidden storage compartment for her heavy circus equipment, a sunken bathtub to soak in after performances, and a specially-designed staircase that allows her pets to maneuver freely from loft to living room.
Lilly Steele Fitness