Wall 1 - Fireplace area Rembrant paining "Prodical Son", Holy Family, St. Joseph, Blessed mother holding baby Jesus, Angles.
Wall 2 - Last Supper painting, not much room for anything else
WAll 3 - unbelievable prayer corner: huge wooden crucifix, Sacred Heart of Jesus picture, Immaculate Heart of Marry picture, above crucifix is St. Peter's Basilica's picture of the gold/yellow doved, a shelf with St. Francis, St. Antholny, St. Therese of Liseaux, Divine Mercy Statue, Blessed Mother holding child, 4 full size candles, Thurifil, about 10 rosaries, picture of parish priest, bishop, holy father, and several other priests friends, then there's all the statues of angels surrounding the Blessed Mother holding the baby Jesus, a Sacred Heart of Jesus statue, infant child of Prague statue, Blessed Mother statue, above the closet door on same facing wall is a picture of the Divine Mercy.
Wall 4, adjacent in prayer corner is St. Veronica's Vail painting (real), picture of hand of God touching hand of Adam from Michael Angello's "Creation" painting and a giant rosary. scoot over the two windows and over ther 14 foot pew from our parish with kneelers are 14 vearious size and types of crosses. All surround a large San Damiano Cross. About half are from our Protestant days. Included in the entry is a crucifix we received from RCIA, Franciscan style metal cross and Our Lady of Guadalupe holy water dish. The take with all the statues on it contains shelves full of candles, 3 of my 4 volume set of the Divine Office/Liturgy of the Hours prayer books, holy water containers, and misc. religious related items, including incense for the thuribil.
That's just ht eliving room which doesn't stop there. Throughout our home every room contains sacramentals in every room, especially the individulal prayer corners in our children's room with kneelers from our pew. Our personal master bedroom looks like a Marian room, but also has several different paints of Mary, Joseph and one of the Road to Emmaus. A crucifix with last rites materials, 1 giant statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, etc.
And I'm the revert, my wife is in charge of the decour and a convert. All her idea with a bit of my input on arrangements in light of theological concepts in iconography.
There is no escape from God in our house or automobiles. He is always with us and a constant reminder for who we are and who He is.