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19 Tiny Worlds Where You'd Love To Live

Wouldn't life be so much simpler if you could spend it in a thimble or atop some crème brûlée?

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1. In a thimble.

Available from Pixie Hill Studio.
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Available from Pixie Hill Studio.

2. In a stalk of broccoli.

By Brock Davis, who said, "I couldn't build a tree house for my son so I built him a broccoli house instead."
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By Brock Davis, who said, "I couldn't build a tree house for my son so I built him a broccoli house instead."

3. In Tupperware.

By Yuri Yamamoto.

4. In this little bottle.

Available from Wee Green Spot.
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Available from Wee Green Spot.

5. In this drawer.

6. On an iPhone.

By JD Hancock.

7. On top of crème brûlée.

By Akiko Ida and Pierre Javelle.

8. Wherever is behind this miniature door.

The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor have been painstakingly cataloged by Jonathan B. Wright; check out his site for plenty more of these peculiar little entryways.
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The Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor have been painstakingly cataloged by Jonathan B. Wright; check out his site for plenty more of these peculiar little entryways.

9. On someone's nails.

They belong to artist Alice Bartlett.
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They belong to artist Alice Bartlett.

10. On a present.

11. In a lightbulb.

By artist Adrian Limani.

12. In a teacup.

Available from Mimi Kirchner.
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Available from Mimi Kirchner.

13. In a highly precarious trophy case.

You actually might not want to live here.
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You actually might not want to live here.

14. Inside the mind of this artist.

Slunkachu makes the most delightful and strange miniature street art you've ever seen.
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Slunkachu makes the most delightful and strange miniature street art you've ever seen.

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18. In (or out) of a terrarium.

Check out Twig in Brooklyn for custom orders or classes on how to make your own.
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Check out Twig in Brooklyn for custom orders or classes on how to make your own.

19. In a roll of toilet paper.

By Anastassia Elias.