Why Home-Swapping Keeps Coming Back Into Style
Why Home-Swapping Keeps Coming Back Into Style
From the days of clunky, printed catalogs, to invite-only websites and exchanging homes via TikTok, the appeal of trading your house for free (even with a stranger) hasn’t died.
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The series of three tiny cabins by Koto form a destination resort that plugs visitors into a pristine setting in Northumberland.

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