The tiny house movement gets a toss in the fantasy blender with these tiny reclaimed wood cabins by The Rustic Way. Owner Dan Pauly builds custom garden sheds, saunas, guest cottages, playhouses, and even outhouses using reclaimed wood and the craftsmanship passed down through four generations of wood-working masters.

Each cabin has it’s own unique charm, but they all feature a tall slanted roof, a window box, a crooked little chimney, and a front window. The look like a dwelling you might see in a cartoon or a fairy tale.

I think the saunas are my favorite. I’d love to have that in my back yard.

See more pictures after the break.

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Tony Stark’s “Hulkbuster” mod for his suit was one of the best parts of Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you agree, then you might like this remote control Hulkbuster lamp from infoThink.

It comes with five distinct light modes: fade, flash, multi-effects, soothing sleep and smooth breathing. I know–those sound like pretty odd settings, but you can get a better understanding of what those modes actually mean by watching a short demonstration video after the break.

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This little Eevee lamp is “Destined for the Night.” The sweet, sleeping Eevee glows blue (alluding to it’s evolution to an Umbreon) under the stars and moon, all powered by LEDs. The entire light is hand sculpted and painted by Etsy shop Kersey’s Krafts. The shop has over a dozen different Pokemon (and Digimon) sculptures including Charmander, Dragonair, Flygon, Vulpix, Balziken, and more.

Check out more shiny and adorable Pokemon light-up sculptures after the break.

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As we’ve seen time and time again, amazing things can be built with Lego bricks. But have you ever wondered what could be built if those bricks were bigger? This “toy” could have very practical applications.

Arnon Rosan imagined the greater possibilities of giant sized bricks and founded EverBlock, a modular system of full-scale plastic blocks that stack together.

The polypropylene blocks can be assembled into practically anything from bar tables and couches to small dwellings. Everblock comes in 14 colors and three sizes: full (twelve inches), half (six inches), and quarter (three inches), and a finishing cap. The website offers a virtual builder tool to assist in creating designs. They are also compiling a library of instructions to carry out more popular designs.

Building forts in your living room would be infinitely cooler with these blocks. Check out more examples of EverBlock creations after the break. 

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Fangirl BrittLiv reinvented her original “sliced” illusion table to pay tribute to her favorite comic character. Using an Ikea lack table and a few other bits, I’d say this table is certainly a success.

Check out more images after the break.

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This steampunk-style octopus door handle is a wild addition to your home decor. Hand molded in resin and brass, Etsy shop GregsHome sparks the imagination for what what might lurk behind the door.

It’s a pricey piece, but definitely unique and I think I would get a little shiver up my spine every time I reached for the door. Check out more images after the break.

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UK metal designer Burned By Design created this badass Boba Fett wood burning stove. Power welded, cleaned, and painted all in one day, this is one incredible metal homage to everyone’s favorite bounty hunter.

See Also: This Alien Wood Burning Stove Will Scare The Cold Away

As the wood stove’s creator would say “A Fett a day to keep the Jedi at bay…” Check out more pics of this fearsome stove after the break.

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Redditor and father hahabird posted photos of the awesome life-size glowing Minecraft block he made for his son’s birthday. Since the blocks in the game are about one meter, he decided to build one side of a cube true to scale. Then he added color-changing LEDs which can be remote controlled. The entire project took about a week in his spare time and only cost $85 in parts and paints.

His son’s reaction was absolutely perfect:

“At 7 this morning: “DADA! This is super cool! Come see! It can change colors! Look: redstone! Diamond! Lapus lazuli!” A few minutes of sitting in front of it staring, interspersed with the occasional “Wow! Sooooo cool.”

Then he asked where I got it (he should really know better by now). “I made it.” “How?” So we looked through the album as I explained each step.

Now we’re eating cupcakes for breakfast, because birthday.”

Well done Minecraft Dad. Click below to see the entire DIY project gallery…

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The set of Doctor Who Weeping Angel string lights contain 10 dangerous angels, half weeping and half attacking. Oh, and the lights can be set to blink mode. YES!

Remember the lights can blink, but you most certainly cannot. Maybe you should just arrange the lights in a big circle so they stare at each other. I think that’s your safest bet.

The set comes with replacement bulbs and multiple sets can be strung together if you really want to live dangerously. Check out the hanging set photo after the break.

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Wealthy apartment dwellers in London are about to get a thrilling upgrade with this insane Sky Pool. The 8-inch thick, 65-foot long glass pool will stretch between two apartment buildings in London’s Nine Elms district. This one-of-a-kind water-bridge will suspend brave swimmers 10 stories above London for an experience that must be akin to flying.

Ballymore Group CEO Sean Mulryan vision stemmed from a desire to push the boundaries of construction and engineering. In a recent interview with The Guardian Mulryan said:

“I wanted to do something that had never been done before. The Sky Pool’s transparent structure is the result of significant advancements in technologies over the last decade. The experience of the pool will be truly unique; it will feel like floating through the air in central London.”

On site construction begins this year and expected to be completed by 2018.

Check out more concept art for the world’s first Sky Pool after the break.

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