How do you translate "At the moment I am enjoying home comforts."
Is it "Ich genieße häuslichen Komfort"?
Basically it means I'm enjoying the comfort of my home (things in a house that makes it comfortable).
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With the explanation given later about sitting at home and enjoying it (i.e. it some form of Home sweet home):
Ich bin gerne zuhause.
in normal conversation, to relate a principal mindset, or
Im Moment bin ich zuhause und lass' es mir gutgehen.
in normal conversation, to relate a special, momentary situation.
That's for everyday use, e.g. when talking to friends. In other situations, other forms to express yourself could be used. In high-register, e.g. in a wedding speach:
Ich genieße die Annehmlichkeiten des häuslichen Lebens.
Or even more manieristic:
Ich ergötze mich an den Segnungen der väterlichen Heimstatt.
But note that this is so overdone, it almost everywhere will be understood as parodistic, even in a wedding speach. (Väterlich is here for: "I inherited this place.")
As you see, it depends totally on the context where you want to say something like this.
Ich bin zuhause und genieße die Freiheit.
This would be understood as: "I am at home - where I feel well (not much depending on how the home is equipped, but we suppose it it has sufficiently nice features), and I am not going to work, and I am happy about this."
Eigener Herd ist Goldes wert
That's a a proverb that could be cited to express the thought of "enjoying home comforts", too.
Finally, in normal German speaking society, you can also say
Home sweet home
and will be understood. The English proverb is known to average people even if they otherwise are not used to using English. "Home sweet home" has somehow made it to being naturalised in German.
I see that I totally missed the most obvious answer: Ich mach's mir zuhause gemütlich - as below in the comment by Henning and the answer by RHa. This indeed is a very popular phrase.