Once upon a time, among brass, iron, wood or leather objects, in another reality of British Victorian Era, without the unicorns and fairies, there was Steampunk. A dream that brings together technology, steam machinery and aesthetics. The dream was not fulfilled, but his supporters have translated into works of art, drama, science fiction novels, and since 2000 in interior design and decoration.
Increasingly more common and popular, this style overlaps materials and objects that are part of different eras and industries. Objects belonging to modern technology, adapted with a vintage aesthetic form, specific to the time when steam was used as power transmission element.
Even though the exact origin and characteristics of this style and its derivatives are much debated by specialists and followers, Steampunk translates us into a fantasy world where beauty is not undermined by the application or usage of objects. This is why we propose some ideas that fit into this style from our point of view, without the limits restriction from which an object can move from one style to another.
Steampunk in interior design
Decorative painting printed on aluminium
Steampunk clocks, where time stops, even if all the wheels are still moving.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which is the most Steampunk in the country? As Alice in Wonderland, each of us can be transposed by the mirror in our own perfect world.
You can add an accent to the universe of your home.
Transfer yourself in the story you are reading, at the delightful light of the Edison filament bulbs.
This style will transform a room in a special world in which any scenario is possible. A world from where everyone’s story will be told in colors, texture, materials and shapes
The story of Steampunk can be told in many ways, each time enchanting.
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