If you are feeling like something really unique, if you love quirky decor and are looking for something like no other, then this roundup is for you! Today I am sharing stunning industrial and steampunk Christmas decorations that are sure to drive your guests crazy. Industrial decor is popping up, so why not rock out at your home and get a trendy look? Let’s look at some ideas.
Trees and tree decor
The purchase or manufacture of ornaments is up to you, but such unique items are usually not sold. So get ready to do a lot of tinkering. You can make a number of stunning Christmas tree decorations from hex nuts or gears and decorate your tree. Make a Christmas tree out of piping or pennies, hang mason jar lids, and attach ornaments in them. You can also make a wall version of rusty hardware. Springs can be turned into snowflakes, and the rustier they are, the better. There are many tutorials on the web so it is easy to find more ideas.
Other decorating ideas
Pulleys, wagon wheels, and oversized gears can all be used as the base for a wreath. You can decorate them with greens, flowers, or just spray paint. Make cool candle holders from rusty sources, decorate them with a lot of green, they do not need special decor, such feathers give both a vintage and an industrial feel. Edge, pine cones, twigs can be used for a garland, and bicycle chain or corrugated iron are ideal for making candle holders. Create unique decorations yourself and find the necessary parts for cheap and industrial decor!
Everyone needs privacy sometimes, including your pets. Build a cool and adorable home or animal shelter so your dog can stay outside and hide when there is too much sun. After building the house, do not forget to add comfortable pillows and pillows.
This crooked dog house from ana-white.com is a nice and simple idea. The shape is more traditional and consists of plywood sheets and wooden boards; The roof is sloped to prevent rain from spoiling the plywood.
This classic dog house can be easily built with wood siding and planks. This is a traditional shape, and you can paint or color it in whatever colors you like.
The geometric decor is very trendy, so you can build a geometric dog house out of birch veneer. Such a fun capsule will suit any modern indoor or outdoor space, and your pet will relax and sleep in style.
This isolated A-frame dog house is reminiscent of a common human. It is suitable for a small to medium-sized dog with a 9 square foot base. It's pretty easy to build, and shingles outside will protect it from moisture or excessive heat.
Always wanted a tree house? Maybe your dog wanted it too! You can build a real tree house for your pet in the garden by attaching a platform to the tree trunk and adding stairs.
This plywood dog house with a shingle roof is another classic outdoor option. It's pretty cozy, you can vary the size up to your dog's sizes and paint it however you like.
This oceanfront dog house is great for a coastal garden or patio, decorate it with seashells, paint some fish and other marine stuff on the walls.
This stylized dog house is a great addition to any modern interior. It can also be used inside and outside. If you don't like white, paint it a different color.
The final piece for today is a super-simple plywood dog house - just a standard item that can later be decorated and painted in a variety of ways. It's a cool idea for those who don't have a lot of building experience.