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Thoughtfully designed with the knowledge worker in mind, the Covo Mio is packed with features that make working from home a technological joy. Features such as integrated smart home lighting, heating and security, a sit/stand work desk, built-in 55” monitor and plenty of 2.4 amp USB charging ports ensure that you’ll be able to work with comfortable efficiency. A full working kitchen including a stainless steel cooktop and oven, and plenty of clever storage makes healthy cooking easy. And built in stereo speakers, a seven foot bar top, and our innovative awning window make entertaining simple and fun.

A custom tiny house on wheels with an abundance of windows for lots of natural light. Built by Covo Tiny house Company in Portland, Oregon.

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  • Reply David Pedersen May 6, 2017 at 7:29 am

    I keep wondering why Americans use so much dark wood in small rooms. It looks even smaller. I would paint the end plywood and overhead beams in a lighter color. The end wall disappears with the drakness and the dark beams looks like they will implode on you.

  • Reply Brian May 6, 2017 at 12:01 pm

    I like the layout. It’s not a 26 ft kitchen with nowhere to sit down. When you want to relax and watch a movie, you can just swing the sofa around. Nice.

  • Reply Mary Dixon May 8, 2017 at 5:28 pm

    There should never be a bathroom without even a very tiny sink. If the kitchen sink is being used while preparing a meal by someone else than the one in the bathroom, it doesn’t sound too healthy to share the sink. Imagine a women in a period doing her thing in the bathroom and then going to a sink full of veggies for the meal being prepared. Or if anyone is sick and using the bathroom. Where is the sink?

    • Reply texasdoxiemama May 11, 2017 at 2:42 pm

      I understand what you are saying, Mary, but living alone, I plan on only one sink when I build my tiny house. To me, having two sinks take up space that could be used for something else seems silly. To each their own.

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