Mushroomcore and More: 14 Decor Ideas for Nature Lovers

Turn your home into an indoor garden oasis with these “mushroomcore” design ideas.


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“Mushroomcore” is a decoration style perfect for those who like to bring nature into their homes. With elements like cute mushrooms, lush moss, and tree-inspired pieces, mushroomcore is a design style known for being vibrant and earthy. From plants to furniture, these 14 mushroomcore decor ideas and projects will have your home looking like a wooded wonderland or a cutesy garden in no time.

1. Shiitake Mushroom Log

shitake mushroom log

If you want to decorate your home while maintaining a fun indoor plant, this 12-inch Shiitake Mushroom Log is for you. This product will provide up to 12 months of mushrooms for cooking if you follow the proper care instructions, which according to customer reviews are quite simple. This mushroom log is a two-for-one by bringing a little bit of the woods into your home and providing a delicious treat.

Get the Shiitake Mushroom Log at The Home Depot for $30

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2. Hanging Moss Birdhouse

Hanging Moss Birdhouse

This birdhouse is the perfect pop of green for a mushroomcore home. Hanging it indoors brings an element of garden goodness to your indoor space. These mossy birdhouses will also look fitting in your yard and garden where birds can explore your outdoor area happily.

Get the SuperMoss Hanging Birdhouse at Amazon for $25.83

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3. Mushroom Night Light

Mushroom Night Light

When wandering your home in the dark of the night, this adorable mushroom night light can help guide the way. The tiny LED mushrooms group together to provide a dreamy, ambient light that will turn your living room, bedroom, or other space into a whimsical indoor mushroom garden.

Get the Hortsun Mushroom Night Light at Amazon for $29.99

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4. DIY Branch Wall Hanging

Eucalyptus Wall Hanging
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With a few materials you can find in your backyard and a little time, you can make a DIY wall hanging to add some mushroomcore flair to your home. Start with a sturdy tree branch no more than one foot in size, some floral or leaf accents, and twine string. After checking for any pests or disease on the branch, attach the greenery stem-up with your twine, or opt for copper-colored wire from your craft stash. Then tie the twine on each end of the branch and hang it on a nail. This DIY decor will bring a natural flair to your space and make it feel like a garden is growing out of the walls. If you still want this tree branch art in your home but prefer to save time rather than money, this eucalyptus option by @AcanthaBoutique at Etsy is as aromatic as it is adorable.

Get the Eucalyptus Floral Branch at Etsy for $70

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5. LED Pinecone Candles

LED Pinecone Candles

These LED pinecone candles are another great way to bring mushroomcore design into your space. The popular Amazon product has tons of five-star reviews for its long battery life, fun visual appeal, and convenience. The no-flame candles will create a cozy feeling of wilderness in any space you put them in.

Get the Eldnacele LED Pinecone Candles at Amazon for $39.85

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6. 3D Moss Rug

Patchwork Moss Rug in Living Room

A patchwork rug is a plush and comfortable way to make your home feel a little more like a whimsical forest. The different shades of green will make any room you put it in look like a mossy forest floor, fit for a “mushroomcore” space. This rug could be the perfect addition to a bathroom, child’s room, or entryway.

Get the Izteck Patchwork Moss Rug at Amazon for $229

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7. Mushroom Wood Side Table 

Mushroom Side Table

This wooden mushroom accent table is a great way to insert a natural element into any room. It could be the perfect side table for a living room sofa, a bedside area for lamps, or even a foot stool in an outdoor seating area. The versatility of this wood table is what makes it the most charming mushroomcore decoration.

Get the Hoegmst Mushroom Wood Table at Amazon for $139.99

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8. DIY Shadow Box

DIY Shadow Box
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A shadow box display is a fantastic way to customize your home decor to fit your design goals. To create a mushroomcore box, gather items like dried wildflowers, fern branches, acorns, and vintage nature posters. Follow these instructions to construct your own shadow box and hang it for all to see. Or you can support an Etsy artist and order this gnome’s hideaway shadow box with miniature mushroom accents by @AutumnsWickedShop.

Get the Gnomes Hideaway Shadow Box at Etsy for $70

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9. Fungi Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper

Mushroomcore peel and stick wallpaper in bedroom

If you are obsessed with the mushrooomcore aesthetic, this peel-and-stick wallpaper is for you. Patterned with beautiful fungi art, this wallpaper could make the perfect accent wall in a bathroom, closet, or entryway. The pops of jewel tone colors will transform your space into a celebration of mushrooms.

Get the Haokhome Peel and Stick Mushroom Wallpaper at Amazon starting at $22.67

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10. Moss Wall Mirror

Moss Wall Mirror
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This mossy wall mirror by @AerinsArt at Etsy is a fun way to add depth to a space while still maintaining your mushroomcore style. The leafy texture makes for an interesting piece of decor that will charm guests. Hanging this mirror in a smaller area that has less space for other decor makes it functional and pleasing to the eye.

Get the Moss Wall Mirror at Etsy starting at $49

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11. Mushroom Stool

Mushroom stool in living room

This mushroom stool is too cute and makes for a great companion to a comfy chair or loveseat. It’s a cozy and practical way to incorporate more of the mushroomcore aesthetic into your home. Better yet, it has dozens of five-star reviews from Target shoppers, so you can shop confidently for your next piece of mushroom decor.

Get the Maddalena Mushroom Stool at Target for $100

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12. Moss Wall Art 

Moss Wall Art
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These gorgeous pieces of mossy wall art by @BrightBelleShop at Etsy are another great way to add a mushroomcore flair to your home. Each of the paneled art pieces adds a layer of nature to empty walls. The artist has other options in hexagons, circles, and squares, and purchasers hang them in bathrooms, home offices, or anywhere that needs a pop of green.

Get the Moss Wall Art at Etsy starting at $63.42

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13. Hanging Glass Terrarium 

Three hanging terrariums

These glass terrariums are dreamy and a wonderful way to plant succulents, flowers, and herbs without taking up too much space. With a few succulents, rocks, and dirt, you can have a small piece of nature hanging from any ceiling in your home. The simple planters are a wonderful alternative to large pots for people who live in smaller spaces but still want the distinctive look of mushroomcore.

Get the Whole Housewares Hanging Glass Terrarium at Amazon for $27.79

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14. Tree Trunk Coasters

Tree Trunk Coaster

Even your beverages can fit the mushroomcore trend with these tree trunk coasters. Paired with the right coffee table, these coasters will make the home feel outdoorsy and whimsical. For those wanting more of a DIY project, painting these coasters with forest-themed designs could add a personalized touch to your home.

Get the Thirstystone Round Bark-Edged Coasters at Target for $13.59

The prices listed here are accurate as of publication on June 26, 2023.