If you’re reading this blog, chances are you care deeply about your domestic arrangements and the place you call home. And unless I’m much mistaken, you occasionally find yourself wishing for something more stylish, more spacious, more impressive, or simply more “you”.
So here’s just a quick reminder that home can come in all shapes and sizes, glamorous or humble, but as long as it provides us with comfort and shelter, we are blessed.
Jay Shafer has spent 13 years living in houses smaller than 100 square feet and has built a company showing other people how to do the same thing:
If you’re an octopus, a discarded coconut shell from the bed of the ocean looks like a good bet for a home, much to the glee of scientists who happened to be present when the stealthy grab occurred:
Alternatively, you could make your nest in a flying saucer:
Or you could defy gravity (eek!):
And don’t overlook the snug feeling from making your home in a cave:
Finally, there’s something so warm and comforting in this creation of home comforts by Not Martha:
So tell me, do any of these appeal to the adventurer in you, or do you suddenly feel more content with the place you currently hang your hat?