If you are looking to redecorate your home in steampunk fashion, it means that you need a lot of inspiration to get the room just right. You may have some ideas that you want to put together or vague notions of what you want, but are not sure how to get started. If that is the case, one of the best places to look for ideas is Houzz. Houzz is a collection of design ideas from bedroom to landscaping, and steampunk is one of the niche styles that they include. Actual designs are uploaded from around the world to help customers and designers find the look they need. For instance, you can find some cool steampunk home bathroom design ideas to inspire you to remake your bathroom that we will explore on this page. In future posts, we will explore design ideas for other rooms in your home. All the images on this page link to the detail pages on Houzz where you can learn more about the designer, elements used in the room, photographer’s name and see more images of the same room shown below. Just put your cursor over the image and click.
Repurposed Kettle Sink Bathroom
The bathroom shown in the image below is a cross between steampunk and rustic. You can definitely see it in a cabin in the woods or in an upscale hunting lodge. However, it would look just as good in a home with unique eclectic features including steampunk or Victorian rooms.
While the warm wood tones give the room a welcoming feeling, it is the kettle sink that is the highlight. The tile and stone on the walls and floor just offer colors and shapes that reflect the design of the sink.
Functional and Whimsical Hot Air Balloon Bathroom
This whimsical steampunk bathroom combines the best of modern and steampunk with warm wood framing with vintage style fixtures. Hardware is colored to match the decor with a shown stall that is completely modern with a clear enclosure to show off the tile enhanced with images of vintage hot air balloons.
The entire bathroom is in brown and white with just a few touches of red-stained wood and darker accents on the hot air balloon drawings. This design appeals to adults and children and would be lovely in a vacation home.
Rustic Wood and Cast Iron Industrial Bathroom
This beautiful rustic bathroom is a study in monotone design, featuring shades of brown that blend together similar to trees in a forest. The back wall is made from repurposed lumber which is complemented by the porthole mirror and industrial hanging lamp.
Note that the sink bowel looks like wood but is not, a really cool way to stay true to the monotone nature of this design. With a wood floor and white painted walls, all eyes are drawn to the accent wall and pedestal sink.
Copper Antique Tub in a Vintage-Style Room
This bathroom is truly a replica of an antique bathroom that you might find in a home or castle during much of history. The copper tub can fit one or two (very carefully) and while it does feature running water (which wouldn’t have been available during much of the Victorian period), other than that it is a perfect replica.
Candles are lit on tall candle stands made of cast iron. The copper tub will not rust like many other metals. The stone wall and tile floor would have been possible during the time period although modern technology makes everything easier to make and install.
Copper Pipes and Edison Lights Bathroom
A more showy bathroom, this one features a stunning copper sink bowl and Edison-style lights to offset the glamorous walls. Copper is the highlight in the bathroom from the pipes as decoration and function including copper fixtures on the sink. The lightbulbs are flashy and put you right in the era of the 1920s. You get the feeling that you need to walk out with a flapper dress and feather boa. To see more pictures of this bathroom, you can click the image below and scroll through the several pictures of the rest of the room.