Gary Blackburn has transformed his home with red telephone boxes, life-sized models of the Queen (and her corgis) and a tank.
Caution: this post is about to give you a major case of wanderlust.
We are on the brink of losing our family home.
Aaron Joel Mitchell, 41, died after breaking through layers of security and running into the flames as the event's titular effigy burned.
The week's best photos from around the world, from Houston's floods and Mumbai's building collapse to Notting Hill Carnival and the Hajj.
Photos of Burning Man's art installations, temples and mutant vehicles in desert dust storms look like surrealist paintings by Salvador Dali.
IBTimes UK looks at how Eid al-Adha is celebrated around the world, from going home on an overcrowded Bangladesh train, to selecting a sheep and getting it home.
The Texas-Louisiana border bore the brunt of Harvey's second coming, this time as a tropical depression.
Men's range remains the company's fastest growing sales category, representing 9% of global revenue.
This year's Burning Man festival in the middle of the Black Rock Desert of Nevada is expected to be the hottest ever.
The outspoken socialite passed away at a London hospital following a battle with cancer.
Harvey has dumped 15 trillion gallons (56 trillion litres) of rain on the Houston area, with another five trillion gallons to come.
The sounds of steel bands made London feel more exotic for a couple of days. Even the weather this year was tropical.
Berlin's huge Tiergarten park is crawling with a species of crayfish native to America's Deep South.
Russian photographer Denis Esakov presents Moscow from a different perspective – from above.
Macau has been devastated by Typhoon Hato – the most powerful storm to hit the territory in half a century.
People are abandoning their villages and moving to cities, leaving only the elderly behind in crumbling houses.
"Let's make all carriages, on all our trains, safe for all passengers," Aslef said.
Typhoon Hato, a maximum category 10 storm, slammed into Hong Kong with winds of up to 155 kmh (95 mph).
The popular Italian tourist island of Ischia off the coast of Naples was hit by an earthquake, killing at least two people and injuring dozens.