Even the dirtiest, meanest Viking knows the importance of apartment therapy. After a long day of mining iron in the muck of a deep swamp crypt, you need somewhere warm and bright to come home to, a place where you can grab a horn of mead, a bowl of carrot stew, and truly unwind. For me, home is a wooden shack with a single torch the greydwarves want nothing to do with. I am not sure what their deal is. But with talented architects now a month into Valheim , we’re seeing homes with true square footage and lovely interiors crop up every day. I’ll never be able to afford places like this, but for once it’s not because I don’t have enough money. I just don’t have enough time or talent. What a relief. Unlike Steven in his last Valheim home survey , I don’t have a weird obsession with Architectural Digest, but I do think about buildings sometimes. How did they get there? What are they for? Did a prison architect design this? As an apartment dweller doing his best to maximize the form and function of tiny spaces, my critiques will feature 80 percent fewer comments about… Read full this story
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