Here is what you’ll find inside Kinfolk Issue Eleven, the Home Issue.
E5 Bakehouse in London is a great bakery where the neighborhood loves to gather. Head baker Eyal Schwartz tells us about the place and shares a recipe for a Sourdough Starter.
From one end of life to the other, our feelings about home change. We ask some writers around the world to tell us what home means to them.
Our international Home Tours section continues with this Copenhagen fixer-upper.
We asked some kids in London to describe their dream homes and then brought them to life.
A Venice Beach couple has found home in a 1975 modern box made of simple materials. Hannah Henderson, John Moore and their family share their shelter for the day.
Our Special Home Tours Section begins with this charming modern home in Tokyo.
Just because you’re eating alone doesn’t mean you should be stuck with a sad salad. This essay will encourage you to whip up a decadent three-course meal for yourself.
This photo essay takes a look at what happens when you and your surroundings begin to blend.
Try our room-by-room guide to living in a group house: keeping the space clean, the vibe easygoing and the toilet paper well stocked.
Our International Home Tours Section continues with this spacious Queens dwelling.
What does your home say about you? A house sitter can tell from a five-minute snoop in your pantry, sprouting potatoes and all.
After the birth of her first child, one writer discovers how her home became a living, breathing fourth member of the family.
We check in with three Copenhagen creatives—a lighting designer, an architect and a furniture maker—to talk about Danish design, past and present.