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Steampunk Posters for Home Decor

Updated on September 25, 2014

Hang Steampunk Art on Your Walls

Steampunk art comes in all shapes and sizes. To add this fun, funky, and stylish design element to your home easily and inexpensively, consider steampunk posters for home decor.

The variety of posters available is sure to cover the Steampunk style you prefer whether it's Gothic, Western, space, or sea.

Photo Credit: Steampunk Wall Tapestry available at All Posters (see link below)

Steampunk Explained

What is steampunk? Here are a few of the explanations I've found across the Internet:

~Steampunk is a genre of books that highlights the Victorian era. Visit Steampunk.com to stay on top of all things steampunk. From books to fashion, this blog features all things steampunk.

~ At Steampunk Workshop, objects made in the steampunk design are showcased. Lots of modern day items like keyboards, guitars and amps, and light switch plates are made to look old and well, steampunky.

Diving Suits Steampunk Poster

Show your personality at home or work. Hang a Steampunk poster on your wall.

This poster features a nautical theme with diving suits.

Steampunk -- Buy This at Allposters.com (As shown in the introductory photo above.)

Science Fiction Steampunk Posters

If sci-fi is your thing, these Steampunk posters are outta this world, man!

Add these wall decals to make your living space larger than life.

Which Steampunk Style is Your Favorite?

Steampunk hot air balloon courtesy of The Graphics Fairy.
Steampunk hot air balloon courtesy of The Graphics Fairy.

Thanks to The Steampunk Empire for these categories.

Which Steampunk Style is Your Favorite?

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Draw Your Own Steampunk Art - Create Steampunk Art of Your Own

How to Draw Steampunk: Discover the secrets to drawing, painting, and illustrating the curious world of science fiction in the Victorian Age (Fantasy Underground)
How to Draw Steampunk: Discover the secrets to drawing, painting, and illustrating the curious world of science fiction in the Victorian Age (Fantasy Underground)

If you'd rather create your own steampunk art, choose a "how to draw steampunk" book that will get you started. From there, your imagination can take over and you can create one of a kind home decor that your friends will go ga ga over!

 

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Would You Use Steampunk Posters in Your Home Decor?

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      colgrym 5 years ago

      Absolutely. Great idea.

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      chas65 5 years ago

      Steampunk is new to me, so still trying to get used to it.

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      Winter52 LM 5 years ago

      I don't know very much about the topic, but the Steampunk fashion certainly caught my eye on a number of occasions.

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      TeacherSerenia 5 years ago

      Just so you know, I have added this lens to my Steampunk Encyclopedia Lensography - called All Things Steampunk - under the Home Decor section of course. Blessed as well for the Out of this World Angel Quest.

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      Paul 5 years ago from Liverpool, England

      Super collection

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      DeltaDawn 5 years ago

      I have a daughter that likes Steampunk I bet it would make a fun and interesting switchplate http://www.etsy.com/shop/SwitchMyPlate

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 5 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      I sure never thought of Steampunk Decorating but it is an interesting concept and you sure found some neat looking Steampunk Posters to feature here

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      Mona 5 years ago from Iowa

      Steampunk is just so whimsical and occasionally dark. I've grown to love it.

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      Frischy 5 years ago from Kentucky, USA

      I probably would not use these in my home, but I have a nephew who is all about this style. He would love this.