So you love the Steampunk aesthetic, and you want to encorporate it into your home, but DON’T want it to look like a movie set. I feel ya. I’m a fan of subculture-inspired home design. This is why I’ve rounded up my favorite Steampunk-y home goods in what I call Offbeat Home’s “refined Steampunk home decor.” Some of these products are having me re-thinking MY home decor. Especially the sneaky, mad scientist-y objects that transform from one piece of furniture into another.
I love the drawers on the Rockford Modern Industrial Gray Stone Flat Cabinet Coffee Table.
A modern version a classic English Library Chair in an absinth-like green.
Contrast the modern chair with this Victorian-inspired sofa.
This black cast iron table adjusts from a dining table height of 30″ to a gathering table height of 42″ by way of a geared hand crank located under the table.
This is a convertible dining room table and bookshelf. Sneaky and brilliant.
This tall dining or occasional chair comes with the contrasting fabric pillow.
Tufted brocade-style lounge chair.
For your bedroom, here’s a dresser that looks like catalog drawers.
Vintage-style porthole mirror.
Here’s a steampunk-style wall clock that also has a porthole theme.
Antique-style iron twin bed frame, with burlap fabric.
Use this decorative storage steamer trunk for your linens.
“Steampunk Bee” pillow by Brigid Ashwood.
For your kitchen: Gears of the Steampunk Progress shot glass by Alchemy Gothic.
This is the perfect decorative bottle!
In fact, you can’t have enough decorative bottles and leather-bound books.
Here’s even more Steampunk home decor inspiration:
- Science-y, Steampunk-y cold drip coffee and tea maker
- Steampunk dragon coffee table is a thing that is real
- A steampunk studio built from the studs up
- Decked out Frankensteined lighting by Omega Too
- A hand-embellished retro future apartment on the market in New York
- Steampunk wonderama in a Massachusetts Victorian/arts and crafts home