The Mad Scientist Decorates

The Mad Scientist Decorates

Sarah Rainwater
Aug 31, 2010

Sure, he may be performing all manner of uncouth experiments before school gets back in session, but even a Mad Scientist can exhibit a mean sense of style. Here's are all the resources you need to add a dose of laboratory chic to your own asylum space.

1. The Strange & Unusual Collections of Martin Gee
2. Jamie Isaia and Anthony Malat on The Selby
3. Vintage Biology Wall Chart from luckylittledot
4. Michelle & Dylan's Curiosity Filled Apartment
5. Frank Buchwald's Steampunk Machine Lights Series

6. Steampunk Furniture by Dennis Slootweg
7. House Tour: Patrick's Curiosity-Filled Studio
8. An Artist's Curiosity Shop: William Schaff's Studio
9. Vintage Survey Equipment
10. Vintage Apothecary Jars from Russell Johnson Imports

Science Inspired Home Accessories
Roundup: Science-Inspired Home Decor
Using Science Lab Furniture in the Kitchen
Biology Chart Style
Inspiration: Vintage Molecular Models

Images: 1, Simon Upton; 2, Todd Selby; 3, luckylittledot; 5, Frank Buchwald; 6, Ricki van der Tas; 7, Elizabeth F. Clayton; 8, Sarah Rainwater; 9, Larry & Carole Meeker; 10, Russell Johnson Imports

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