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Home + Garden

Home is among the most profound and multifaceted elements of life, from the way roots to a particular place contribute to one’s identity, to the idea of being at ease or feeling “at home” in another place or culture, to the physical structure, the dwelling itself that one occupies.

As everything from economic to food systems continue evolving, matador looks at both innovators in our home countries, as well as tips gleaned while traveling, about how we can make our homes more comfortable, more sustainable, and our gardens productive.

Photo: Rachel Tayse

What it’s like spending a night in an actual tiny house

You can buy this 18th-century Danish cottage with a roof made of seaweed

This Welsh island and its fort are for sale and they’re surprisingly affordable

7 unique communities people actually live in

The coolest camper van conversions to inspire you to hit the road

You can buy your own ancient city (and archeological dig) in Turkey

This man has been living rent-free in his own sand castle for 22 years

This couple built the ultimate #VanLife adventure mobile out of a pickup truck

This startup plans to 3D print affordable tiny houses to combat homelessness around the world

12 awesome “van-lifers” you need to follow right now

Fearless couple ditches conventions to live in their van year-round

Rocking the vanlife in NYC

Vanlife as a queer woman

Vanlife as a traveling couple

Growing a jungle in my New York apartment

I have zero construction skills and not much money. But I’ve managed to build an adobe home in Patagonia

How do you know you’re home?

How to make your Christmas greener

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