You could also say: "Teillä on kiva/nätti koti." In this context:
Kiva = nice, pleasant
Nätti = pretty, lovely
Does it work with
"Sinulla on mukava koti"?
Came here to ask this, what's the difference between sinulla and this
I figured it out i think. "Sinulla" is you in singular while "Teillä" is you in plural!
Mukava means comfortable too! Why was my answer not accepted?
It should be, report it next time!
Wish they would differentiate the plural you in english, or accept answers with it, such as "you guys have a nice home" or "you all have a nice home" though I guess those aren't very formal.
Just for when it's teillä instead of sinulla