Wild & Wonderful: The No-Bare-Wall-in-Sight Home That Will Put All Your Collections to Shame

Wild & Wonderful: The No-Bare-Wall-in-Sight Home That Will Put All Your Collections to Shame

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Adrienne Breaux
Dec 15, 2015
(Image credit: Photos submitted by Will Feher )

Apartment Therapy gets amazing submissions of beautiful homes from readers around the world through our House Tour and House Call submission form. And every now and then, we get a submission that is a little unusual but totally worth showing off.

I was stopped in my tracks when I spotted this submission by Will Feher a few months ago. To say this guy is an expert at collecting things — and displaying them — is an understatement!

(Image credit: Photos submitted by Will Feher )

Feher's home in Phoenix, Arizona features tons of collections of thrifted and vintage items grouped by themes. There's a DIY wall of tennis racket lights, more pepper mills than anyone would ever need, kitchen cabinets covered in sticker frames and much, much more.

Like owls, a lot? Feher's owl bathroom is just the place. Wish your bedroom was covered in framed mirrors? Feher made it happen. Want inspiration for how to cluster and display an entire wall's worth of dart boards? Feher's idea just might work for your home.

(Image credit: Photos submitted by Will Feher )

It's certainly not for everyone (and there's no way I'd want to be responsible for dusting this place!) but despite the fact that Feher has filled his home with more stuff than most, he's made it work because he's infused a home with his personality and passions.

“I like filling up spaces. I don’t really like the look of a bare wall; I think it doesn’t look lived in. It looks better to have stuff on it. And I really enjoyed the hunting part of it. I enjoyed looking for new things and finding things that filled out my collections.” — Feher in the YouTube video below.

And he submitted a link to a YouTube video tour of his home, as well:

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