It’s what (and who) you fill it with that counts. This special 176-page issue features a 46-page Home Tours section with lots of images from around the world.
Kinfolk Issue Eleven includes such stories as:
- Photo essays on Becoming Your Home (Maia Flore), Dreaming in Cardboard (Neil Bedford), Making a Move (Leo Patrone) and California Dreaming (We Are the Rhoads)
- Essays on creating a well-worn home; living alone and loving it; the challenges of coupledom; the meaning of a good group house; the case for wearing slippers; what a house-sitter discovers; living as a modern nomad; how a new baby changes a home; the concept of home; the memories tied to a holiday house; and one writer makes a case for digital bookshelves
- An interview with Sir Terence Conran, the hugely influential British design titan
- The Gentleman’s Guide to Feng Shui; tips on moving and having housewarming & housecooling parties; tips on entertaining at home (Paris style) & a recipe for Vegetable Tempura; How to Be Neighborly (The Housemates Edition)
- Table for One: An essay on why you should create a decadent three-course meal for one + a menu including Oysters & Mignonette, Simple Cornish Hen with Mushrooms and Apple Blue Cheese Bread Pudding
- The Chef’s Kitchen: We visit the home kitchens of three London chefs (Fergus Henderson, Florence Knight and Skye Gyngell) and each gave us a simple recipe they make often at home: Tomato Pasta, Soft-Boiled Egg with Buttered Soldiers & Chickpea and Chard Soup
- Ways to feel at home while traveling; and how to successfully work out of your home
- Illustrated verses about neglected household objects
- A special Kinfolk Home Tours section featuring a dozen homes from around that world that we wish we could live in.