Home sweet naked home: How a new house only feels like home once we have walked around it as nature intended

Home sweet naked home: How a new house only feels like home once we have walked around it as nature intended

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Moving in: But many Brits won't feel truly at home until they've walked around their new place naked (posed by model)

Moving in: But many Brits won't feel truly at home until they've walked around their new place naked (posed by model)

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Housewarming: For some, throwing a party is the way to make a house a home with Scots the most likely to have a civilised dinner party (posed by models)

The Scots were more likely to opt for a civilised dinner
party (36 per cent) while those in the West Midlands prefer to belt out a tune
or two while having a karaoke party (17 per cent).

For those in the South West,
however, the house warming party is less important, with almost a third
(32 per cent) not throwing one at all.