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Suppose for example I am interested in creative ways people have made trees, or minifig scale furniture, or just architectural details like windows. Is there some encyclopedia that organizes pictures this way?

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I've been getting a lot of inspiration for this sort of thing from the LEGO video games, which have quite a lot of "destructible" furniture/sets. – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Oct 27 '11 at 22:06

The Lego Ideas Book

Recently released last month (19th Sep 2011). Written with the help of adult Lego Fans. I've had a look through the book myself. The book has six chapters focussing on transport, buildings, space, kingdoms, adventure and 'useful makes'. The buildings chapter in-particular focusses on every day objects.

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The LEGO Ideas Book, hmillington @Flickr

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The photography site has a large community of Lego Fans who share there creations. There is an entire group dedicated to Minifigure scale furniture.

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If you can go, try attending an AFOL convention. Brickcon is always a great source of inspiration to me. You'll see great examples of everyday objects & building styles & you have access to some of the model builders themselves. You can get helpful hints from them that even the excellent answers mentioned above can't provide.

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You can visit the website A lot of examples are there with step-by-step instructions.

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You can also get ideas and suggestions from the Rebrickable website. You can see what others have built and get instructions for them.

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