30 Best Mushroom Decor Items to Transform Every Room – Good Housekeeping

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Get in on 2023’s hottest home decorating trend with these whimsical pieces.

If you’re looking to add some whimsy and natural beauty to your home, look no further than the mushroom home decor trend. That’s right —

according to Pinterest, mushroom decor items have been gaining popularity in recent years. Why? Perhaps it’s their connection to the outdoors, which has become especially appealing as we spend more time indoors. Or maybe it’s their playful and quirky aesthetic, which can easily bring some much-needed joy into our lives.
Whatever the reason, there are endless ways to transform your space into a fungi oasis, from mushroom-shaped lamps to mushroom-printed doormats. You can even throw a ‘shroom-inspired celebration, thanks to party-perfect mushroom centerpieces made out of tissue paper and mushroom motif serving trays.
Here, we’ve rounded up some of the most creative and beautiful ways to incorporate mushrooms into your interior design. You’ll find affordable mushroom items that will add a whimsical and earthy feel to your bedroom, living room or bathroom — plus lots of items that make cute gifts for fungi lovers, like a tufted mushroom-shaped pillow and an oh-so-cozy mushroom throw. Feeling inspired by this magical trend? You can check out our favorite mushroom recipes or grow your own mushrooms at home, too!
Modern meets vintage with this forest-inspired night light that emits a soft glow as you sleep. Use the remote control to switch between the 16 color options and four light modes.
Jewelry lovers are sure to appreciate this versatile ceramic dish. Perfect for storing rings, bracelets, cuff links and earrings, the dishes come in two sizes that one customer describes as "quite charming and beautiful."
Place jewelry, jackets, totes, key rings and much more on these hand-painted mushroom hooks. Since they’re made by hand, keep in mind that no two hooks are the same.
Easily plug this pair of mushroom lights into any outlet in your bedroom, living room or kids’ room. They’re equipped with built-in sensors that turn on at dusk and off at dawn.
Say goodbye to exposed clutter with mini mushroom baskets that are far more enchanting than their edible inspirations. Remove the mushroom-cap tops to throw in any small toys, games or items, then place your new decor in the bedroom or living room where they’ll stand out.
A smiling mushroom is a happy mushroom, and that’s exactly what you’ll feel every time you stare at this tapestry. Despite its small size, the piece will still add a pop of color and vibrancy to your space.
Artist Alexandra Dzhiganskaya was inspired to create this watercolor painting after her "warm and sunny autumn days spent in the forest." You’ll be able to choose your frame, finish and size.
Disco queens, unite! Formed out of styrofoam and adorned with mirrored glass tiles, this mushroom disco ball is sure to delight retro decor lovers.
Made of colorful tissue paper and white paper clips for opening, these eye-catching mushrooms are just the thing to liven up an at-home party. You’ll receive a set of 10 to use as table centerpieces, mantel decor or shelf accents.
Spice up your entryway with a toadstool doormat. It’s made from natural coconut fiber that’s durable enough to capture dirt and moisture from the outdoors.
"Heavy, sturdy and gorgeous," commented one reviewer after purchasing this striking side table. Place your drinks — coffee, tea, water, wine — on the platform and admire the woodland toadstools featured around the base.
Don’t worry: This soy wax candle smells better than actual mushrooms. One it’s lit, your room will be filled with a unique moss and amber aroma. Moreover, the glass vessel has a stunning removable red and white-dotted cap.
Denver-based wife-and-husband duo Kaelin and Richard screen-printed mushroom illustrations on these lowball glasses. Your purchase comes with a set of four, giving you the option to keep two and gift the others.
Stick these ceramic mushrooms in your garden or in your indoor plant pots. Your purchase comes with a set of four, so you can cluster or scatter them throughout your space. Because ceramic is durable, these decorative mushrooms can withstand any rain, freeze or sun.
With its scalloped edges and mushroom illustration in the center, this ceramic plate is a must-have for any home. Take note: The plates are too small to use for dinner, but they’re great for serving light treats. They even double as decor!
Customers described the tufted mushroom pillow as being soft, fun and bigger than expected. Plus, the shape and colors will brighten up your living room and bedroom furniture — from your bed and sofa to accent chairs and loveseats.
Mushroom-shaped glasses became a hit on TikTok due to their quirky yet cute aesthetic. Make them part of your glassware collection with this affordable set of two. Since they’re made of glass, you can fill them with hot liquid, although they’re better suited for cocktails.
With all the washing and cleaning you do in the kitchen, the more dish towels you have, the better. Made of polyester and microfiber, this pack of six mushroom designs will become one of your favorites. They have a beautiful watercolor illustration on the front and are described as being soft, quick-drying and absorbent.
Traditional planters are cool and all, but a DIY-inspired look, like this felt cover, is the way to go. This felted option features mini brown and blue mushrooms that’ll give any small houseplant a creative new look.
You little ones will get a kick out of carrying this handwoven rattan basket. It has an adjustable handle, a straw-loop clasp and a hinged red mushroom top, making it a playful addition to your home.
Mariah Thomas (she/her) is an assistant editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers home and lifestyle content. Mariah has more than four years of editorial experience, having written for TLC, Apartment Therapy, Women’s Health and Avocado Magazine. She received her master’s degree in journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and published her first book, Heart and Soul: Poems of Thoughts and Emotions, in 2019. She’s also the founder of RTF Community, a platform for creatives of color to connect, learn and showcase their work. 

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