There are really so many variations of naked living that one needn’t even call oneself a nudist or naturist.

I have known people who were naked at home most of the time; yet never referred to themselves as a N or N. My X never referred to herself as a nudist either; even though she participated in social nudism. Those I have known who did call themselves nudists or naturists were active social nudists, with AANR memberships and resort/club membership. They used either term to “authenticate” their active participation and commitment to the nudist philosophy.
I actually don’t think you need bother with defining or labeling your bare inclinations – unless you’re actively seeking a social nudist environment. But if you still wish to define what you do, I think the term “household-nudist” is relevant to your circumstance. As far as your last question, it depends on your motive. Should you get a rush out of the notion of other people seeing your wife nude, then may be venturing into hedonistic terrain. I appreciated my X being openly bare amongst other nudists; because her comfort with nudity was to me. As well as the acknowledgement of her attractivenes provided me with some measure of pride. But it had little to do with some hedonistic impulse to show my naked wife (p.s. I’m not judging you at all; only describing te difference).

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