What makes your home a home?

A recent study released by IKEA revealed that homes don't always feel like home, and some people reported feeling more at home in their cars. Does your home feel like home? What makes it like that? And if you don't feel at home there, why not? Where do you feel most at home?

Last reply: 29th May 2019 / 149 replies / Post by Cafestudy Admin



Posted by: Danrox999
Posted on: 1st May 2019

Danrox999 says: Past all the superficial physical luxuries such as marble bench-tops and fancy televisions, a house is transformed into a home once memories and meaning echo through the walls, projecting a safe, warded aura. Without people to flood the space with energy, there is no connection or link that we share with our living area, and it follows therefore that home exists within the sentimental value placed on locations where meaningful experiences occurred.

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