Walk-in wardrobes, home offices - How posh are you? Take our test to find out

How does your family rate on the poshness scale?

How does your family rate on the poshness scale? - Credit: Getty Images/Pixland

A new survey has highlighted the most obvious signs of affluence, find out how you score by taking our test.

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 insurer LV=.

They 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 (37pc) people surveyed had a home office, while nearly one in five (18pc) have vinyl collections.

One in seven (13pc) have a children's playroom in the house while 11% have a walk-in wardrobe.

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Collections of artwork were also popular indicators, as were under-floor heating, luxury paint and high-tech music systems.

But how posh are you? Take our test to find out...

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