While a gallery wall of art can signify a stylish home, a tabletop cluster of your collections can easily look like you have a hoarding problem if not effectively displayed.
To make the most of what you've thrifted, inherited or perhaps collected throughout your travels, why not create a unique feature wall? We take a look at some of our recent readers’ homes for inspiration.
This is a great way to display sentimental, but unused possessions, such as antique silver trays.
Love collecting teapots and jugs? Don't hide them away in your kitchen cupboard. Display them indoors, or on a garden wall as a plant holder.
Even blocks of wood become pieces of art on a garden wall.
Running out of space in a small kitchen? Hanging your cutlery on the wall allows for easy access and doubles up as decor.
Mirror, mirror on the wall
A cluster of mirrors make a serious style statement. Browse thrift stores for different shapes and sizes.
These antique stove doors, found at second-hand markets in Pretoria, are definitely a talking point as is the collection of antelope horns beside it.
A stunning plate collection does not have to be used only on special occasions.
Little wooden bird feeders add a whimsical touch to your decor.
Whether it's a famous artist's sketches, or the scribbles of your toddler, the use of uniform frames make those doodles look as good as any gallery wall.
A small garden or balcony does not have to mean the absence of a plant collection. Go vertical and use the walls for a striking display.