Florals for spring? Not so fast, says Etsy.
This year, to align with our 'new norm,' the retailer recommends shying away from the traditional florals and letting one of their most talked-about trends take over: mushroom motifs.
The mushroom motif trend is making its way from gardens and wellness and shifting into our home décor this season. While it's certainly not a brand-new concept, this trend hit a peak in the '60s and '70s, it now offers a modern twist that many are enjoying.
According to Etsy's 2021 home décor trend report: "There has been a 371% increase in searches for mushroom lamps." In addition to "a whopping 902% increase in searches for mushroom pillows, and pillowcases," meaning this mushroom motif trend is taking off — and fast!
So, for those looking to jump on the mushroom motif bandwagon?
Here are five ways to efficiently and effortlessly execute one of this season's most talked-about trends.
- See also: How to grow mushrooms
1. Begin by adding this mushroom pillow to furniture
Mushroom Punch Needlepoint 14x14" Pillow (opens in new tab)for $96, at Etsy
This bold one-of-a-kind mushroom pillow (opens in new tab) will make a splashy statement wherever it's stationed. Add it to your bedroom design as a spring-inspired solution or to your outdoor patio furniture to keep the compliments coming; either way, it's sure to sizzle in style.
2. Go bold by hanging this mushroom-inspired wallpaper
Woodland Mushrooms Botanical Wallpaper (opens in new tab) starting at $12.20, at Etsy
If you're looking for the best wallpaper, this mushroom-inspired option (opens in new tab) makes a compelling case. Eco-friendly and water-activated, it's the bold print that will enhance any room or specific wall of choice.
3. Make this modern mushroom lamp a must
4. Swap out old desk lamps for this chic choice
Large Mushroom Lamp (opens in new tab)for $110.59, at Etsy
Now, in the case, you couldn't make the previous lamp work? Here's another fixture to fixate over: this vintage-inspired piece (opens in new tab). This gorgeous green shade will leave every guest green with envy, while its retro design adds an element of the '80s into any section of your home or corner of your desk.