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10 amazing toy collectors' homes

Proud of the toy collection you've amassed over the years, but no idea how to display it? Here are 10 ideas that'll make you re-think how you showcase your collection.
 


(Interior design by Rezt & Relax Interior)

Have a clear idea of what you’d like to display before designing the home. This way, you can integrate calculated niches into the customised feature wall to showcase your collection.
 


(Interior design by Three-D Conceptwerke)

To keep your display shelves less cluttered, opt for a design that's clean cut and has a slim silhouette.
 


(Interior design by JQ Ong/ The Association)

Instead of partition walls, you can line up a row of display cabinets to divide up the living area!

 


(Interior design by Celsius Ink)

You can also use the most outstanding item in your collection as a centerpiece. For example, this sizeable display case of a Lego Millennium Falcon can double up nicely as a coffee table. 
 


(Interior design by Spacious Planners)

A simple open bookshelf and a neatly curated collection of toys often does the trick.
 


(Interior design by DistinctIdentity)

If your collection doesn’t go in line with the home’s overall theme, restrict the showcase to a separate area. For example, this homeowner created a playful lounge area within his all-white home to hold all of his colourful toys.



(Interior design by Exquisite Art Furniture Decoration)

Encase your army of small figurines to keep them dust-free, and use it to brighten up any unornamented surface.
 


(Interior design by Vegas Interior Design)

Showcasing Barbie dolls couldn’t be more apt within this room’s girly palace-inspired interiors. 
 


(Interior design by Aiden T)

This homeowner enjoys free access to this mini Star Wars memorabilia museum.

 


(Interior design by The Interior Library)

This diehard fan designed this room, as well as her entire home, to suit her favourite Sanrio character. 

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