1. Abandoned Fixer-Uppers: Before & After
2. Britain’s smallest police station
This tiny police station is on the east side of Trafalgar Square. It was built in the 1800s and was used for police to stand inside to keep an eye on protests and marches. It’s said that the lamp on top came from Nelson’s ship, HMS Victory. Nowadays, it’s used for storage by the council.
Found on Buzzfeed
3. This Indoor Treehouse
4. Gypsia Rugs
From $57, shop the collection here.
5. A Unicorn Lawn Chair
I couldn’t find this for sale anywhere but the photograph seems to have originated from this Tumblr. A bit of DIY inspiration in any case.
6. This Quaint Parisian Studio on Airbnb
Found on Airbnb
7. The Grand Budapest Hotel, reviewed on Trip Advisor
Wes Anderson’s fictional hotel has been receiving reviews on the popular travel site, Trip Advisor.
Read more reviews on the fictional hotel’s Trip Advisor page.
8. If Disney Princesses had Instagram
Found on Seventeen
9. Bicycle Tables
10. Smoking a Cigarette while Riding the Tour de France, 1920s
Found on History in Pics
11. Apocalyptic Palaces
Pablo Genovés features emblematic Western cultural spaces where civilization and nature confront each other and fight for the appropriation of literal space. The landmarks he features are actually fictional; he combines aspects of different structures to elicit the strongest sense of what the viewer expects in a palace, church, or library. His work employs a combination of digital photography techniques and appropriated old images to create unusual and unexpected outcomes, leading the viewer to question the relationship between man and nature. – Marlborough Gallery
Found on This isn’t Happiness
12. Rust is the new Black
Found on Barnorama
13. The Smalltown Recluse developing a Nuclear Reactor in his Basement
And he thinks he’s fairly close to angering several trillion dollar a year businesses by coming up with a clean source of power and saving the world from killing each other over oil.
Found on the awesome Motherboard series, Outsiders.