With all this LEGO, you'd think we'd have it on every available surface. Well, during the sorting/organizing process, we do. Mostly on our dining room table which is still covered but for the rest of the house, we generally only display sets that have some artistic or sculptural merit. Or ones that we just plain love.
I very much doubt that we will ever have Atlantis or Alien Conquest sets on our coffee table but that's okay - it's why we have a Lego room!
This is view of our main family room. It's open to the kitchen and breakfast nook and we spend most of our waking hours here. And that white ship on the console table is the UCS Imperial Shuttle. I had to roll the wings all the way up (they spread out as well) so it would fit the space but I think it blends in nicely.
This is one of my personal favorites - the Slave 1 #6209 released in 2006. There's a newer version that came out with different colors but I prefer the original. I had problems displaying this one properly since it doesn't stand up the way the ship actually flies. Luckily, I found some stand designs from Flickr and built my own.
And of course, minifigure display cases. We bought another 6 cases to fill out the wall display - each case holds about 100 minifigures. I'll be working on that soon.
So, overall, not that bad, right?! You wouldn't know that crazy Lego obssessed people live here. *cough cough*