The "Accidental Wes Anderson" Subreddit Is Your Next Internet Obsession

These locations are beautifully dreamy.

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If you need a little visual therapy, head on over to the Accidental Wes Anderson subreddit, where people of the internet are sharing pictures of locations from all over the world that look fit for the quirky director's movies. And, with more than 23,000 subscribers, there are a LOT of amazing images to get lost in.

Here are a few of our favorites.

Shelf, Furniture, Yellow, Room, Cabinetry, Shelving, Interior design, Cupboard, Floor, Orange,

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The Lobby Bar of The Graduate Hotel in Oxford, Mississippi.

Lighting, Interior design, Ceiling, Light fixture, Interior design, Molding, Chandelier, Decoration, Column, Ornament,

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This green locker room.


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This escalator in Singapore.


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This whole train station in Singapore.


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Sketch, a tea shop in London.


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The Utter Inn in Västerås, Sweden.

Water, Sky, House, Water transportation, Home, Architecture, Building, Shed, Boathouse, Roof,

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This conference room in North Korea.

Green, Room, Building, Auditorium, Interior design, Classroom, Architecture, Convention center, Table, Conference hall,

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