Roundup: 7 DIYable Steampunk Decor Projects

by on Oct 1, 2014

"Steampunk decorative items with olden suitcase,books and lamp."

In addition to holding my favorite holiday, October is also STEAMPUNK MONTH. So in celebration, I thought I’d round up some of our favorite steampunk decor projects. All are DIYable, of course.

Once shiny brass (gasp!) light switches that would be at home in the Nautilus.

4 gears on a mustard colored light wall cover create a steampunk theme.The Steampunk Workshop

Pipe bookshelf compete with integrated Edison bulbs lighting. Swoon. 

"New Idea for Storage of Books"Curbly

Silhouettes aren’t my thing, but I’m grooving on these cheeky alternatives. (You go girl.)

A white oval frame has a woman's silhouette in it.Bohemian Romance

Old books = new lamp. Yes, please. 

A lamp is made of old books.HGTV

Kristen transformed her 1980’s chandelier into a something with a steampunk vibe.

Two different designs of chandeliers, with different lighting organization potential.My Covered Bridge

MCM suitcases turned into side tables are cool, but go back a decade or two and the same idea gives us this:

An antique suitcase table with a copper teapot on top as well as a stack of books laying sideways.AT

And the culmination of two of my favorite things–be still my heart–a steampunked pumpkin! Perfection.

A pumpkin with a large red smile and scary objects sticking out.Dollis Rust Factory

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