If you have a home office, a range cooker, a children's playroom, a wine fridge, a walk-in wardrobe or a vinyl record collection, you could belong to a "mass affluent" household, according to an insurer.
LV= carried out research among 1,000 households with incomes of £57,000-plus to find the key signs around the house of affluence.
More than one in three (37%) people surveyed had a home office, while nearly one in five (18%) have vinyl collections.
One in seven (13%) have a children's playroom in the house while 11% have a walk-in wardrobe.
Collections of artwork were also popular indicators, as were under-floor heating, luxury paint and high-tech music systems.
LV= said increases in disposable income in recent decades have created a multitude of "mass affluent" home owners, many of whom have not considered the true worth of their possessions when it comes to insuring them.
Selwyn Fernandes, managing director of LV= home insurance, said: "It's important your policy limits reflect what you own."
Here are the top items or features in a house which indicate the owners are "mid-net-worth" households, according to the research from LV=, followed by the percentages of people surveyed who said they had these features in their home:
1. Home office, 37%
=2. Vinyl collections, 18%
=2. Limited edition art, 18%
=4. A children's playroom, 13%
=4. Music delivery system, for example Sonos, 13%
=4. Under-floor heating, 13%
=7. Nutrient extractor, such as a NutriBullet, 12%
=7. Wine fridge, 12%
9. Walk-in wardrobe, 11%
=10. High-end paint/wallpaper, such as Farrow and Ball, 10%
=10. Range cooker, such as an Aga or Rangemaster, 10%
And here are the top items that "mass affluent" home owners are impressed by or aspire to own, according to the research:
1. Grand piano
2. Games room
3. Walk-in wardrobe
4. Under-floor heating
5. Range cooker