Dressing like a Victorian robot doesn’t really make sense to me, and there is nothing inherently sexy about a laboratory filled with copper pipes. That being said, steampunk decor isn’t nearly as offensive as steampunk fashion, especially if done correctly. There are ways to subtly add hints of steampunk without going full-on Doctor Frankenstein. A few rusted iron lighting fixtures or machinery-inspired knick-knacks are a great way to implement the idea without going overboard. As for decorating an entire space in this trend, its only okay if you own a gastropub in the Lower East. So whether you just want to add a touch of industry to your interior, or actually do own a gastropub in NYC, here are some examples of steampunk interiors done right.via ]
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