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Stroll the banks of the Columbia River in central Washington and you’re forgiven for thinking, at least for a second, that you’re on the surface of the moon. No, it’s not because the riverbank has gone to shit; it’s because Kurt Hughes lives there and so does his lunar lander-inspired tiny home. The 250-square-foot abode is hexagonal in shape and all NASA in vibe. There’s a bedroom on the lower level, a kitchen formed of hard lines, and even a dining room table next to a portal that looks out on the river to remind you you’re still on Earth. Hughes leveraged his decades of experience designing boats to nail the floor plan and overall structure, and it’s hard to argue with the results. If we tried the same, it would look like a prop in an elementary school play.


TROVA. The physical storage device that prevents inappropriate audiences from accessing jewelry, vapes, prescription/recreational drugs or other private items that require a certain level of… let’s call it discretion.  It’s perfect for larger pockets, backpacks, or vacation carry-on. And because the sleek design mimics a hard drive or battery, only you’ll know its contents. Unlock TROVA using your smartphone. Yeah. The key to this beauty is your freaking phone. This small but mighty accessory gives you worry-free mobility and worry-free is really all we’re looking for when it comes to travel products.