Collection of habitation
It includes all the home items, regardless of the material from which they were made of, in the function of nutrition, food preparation; food storage; fireplace (applied only to traditional culture); comfort of living, i.e. home items in the function of daily activities of living and rest; stuff accommodation; lighting; hygiene; housing aesthetics; sacral furniture, i.e. home items in the function of religious performances and rituals.
This collection also includes all textile items of home interior (carpets, bedspreads, bedcovers, sheets, curtains, towels and other decorative and useful textile items). This collection has been created with the establishment of the museum in 1948. It is one of the largest in terms of the number of items, and one of the most beautiful in terms of beauty. It consists of: belts, towels, pillows and cushions, blankets, sheets, wall decorations, embroidered and crocheted rustles and crochet hooks, tablecloths, bosches, curtains, matches, combs and cookbooks, strainers and swings for babies. Almost all known decorating techniques and various other home items with embroidery and lace from the Leskovac area, both urban and rural, were used on cotton, plush and jute materials..