I'd say no to be honest. A lot of witches like to use their entire homes to express who and what they are and their homes may well look similar to the collection of items you would expect to find on an altar. But to me an altar is a focal point for magical/divinity work and I wouldn't want to mesh it in with the everyday tasks in my day to day life. That isn't to say that there isn't a value in the mundane - many witches find routine tasks can assist in meditation and certainly creative tasks like cooking and baking can be turned into offerings to deity. But in terms of having a specific place as a focus for belief and workings, I would consider an altar to be a designated point in the home and not the entirity of the home itself.
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