New World (I) - Plaid Tile Floor
Alternating colored tiles is a classic design, but requires regular cleaning.
New World (I) - Fading Wallpaper
The slightly fading wallpaper reminds people of the Golden Age in the '60s of the past century.
New World (I) - Folding Bed
Stolen from a frontline hospital, the folding bed is much more comfortable than a cardboard box. It even comes with a green rug to provide extra warmth.
New World (I) - Rotating Stool
This stool used to be in a fast food chain. It's intentionally designed to be uncomfortable so that customers would leave quickly once they finish eating.
New World (I) - Coat Rack
Even among the ruins of a post-war world, attire is still an important aspect in the lives of ladies and gentlemen, especially since the weather forecasts radioactive rain tomorrow.
New World (I) - Bottled Water
There's nothing more important than clean drinking water. The reassuring sound of twisting open a fresh bottle is like music to the ear.
New World (I) - Moving Boxes
These packed-and-ready-to-go boxes are your best friends if you need to frequently move base.
New World (I) - Heating
Even though the base now has proper heating, this exquisitely crafted cast-metal structure has been retained as a decoration.
New World (I) - Locked Safe
Since no one knows what's the password to this box, it can only be used as a chair. Hope it's not a mini-nuke inside.
New World (I) - Fast Food Table
A table from a fast food chain, complete with an assortment of sauces and old magazines from 12 years ago. Hardcore nostalgia material.
New World (I) - Poster
After the war, new calenders are no longer printed, and hot dogs have gone extinct.
New World (I) - Wall Clock
No, this isn't a work of Salvador Dalí. It's just the result of a vandal bending one of its hands.
New World (I) - Exhaust Fan
An exhaust fan for ensuring air circulation. It also provides some ambiance noise when things get too quiet.
New World (I) - Wall Lamp
Pull once for light, pull once more for more light. Give it a firm tug, and you'll never be able to turn it off.
New World (I) - Window
Even though there is no need to worry about invaders, boarding up the windows is simply a tradition in the post-apocolyptic world.