Mushroom Home Goods for Spring

While walking to a friend's house in Lincoln Park last month, I stopped by local boutique Tabula Tua to browse. I ended up impulsively buying the mushroom sculpture pictured above — a pretty, much more reasonable option to the Lars Bolander sculptures I've long admired.

Then two weeks ago, I ended up in a conversation with some amateur mushroom hunters about how it's almost morel season here in the Great Lakes. Now, I keep seeing mushroom-bedecked products everywhere. So, in honor of spring mushroom season, here are 12 lovely options for your home:

1. The sculpture I bought is carved from fallen trees by artists in Provence. $30-$115, in store only at Tabula Tua.
2. Mushroom silhouettes dance across this neutral-colored tea towel. $26 at MakeLike.
3. A festive tray for alfresco springtime lunches. Approximately $42 at New House Textiles (part of their Wild Mushroom series).
4. Elegant, handpainted china for true mushroom aficionados. $280 a plate at Tabula Tua.
5. A woodsy terranium kit full of golden mushrooms. $20 at Terrain.
6 Quirky mushroom bedding, perfect for a cabin or woodland-inspired room. $30-$98 at Garnet Hill.
7. Shimmery, mercury mushrooms for your bookshelves or tabletop. $10-$24 at West Elm
8. This doormat would look great on a small city deck, surrounded by a container garden. $35 at India Rose
9. These nickelplate mushroom pulls could work anywhere from an old dresser to a desk in the kitchen. $6.45 at Michael Aram.
10. Playful, brightly-colored fabric from Alexander Henry. $25 at Duckcloth
11. If approximations won't do, grow your own shiitakes on this mushroom log. $32 at Terrain.
12. Serve your sushi on these unexpected, low-key dishes. $32 at Bailey Bowls' Etsy Shop
13. Colorful, vintage-inspired coasters would look great on a midcentury table. $13 at Little Coaster Gnomes' Etsy shop.

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Kathleen is a freelance editor who lives in Chicago. She loves eclectic rooms, traveling with her family, and feeding anyone who steps foot in her house. She theoretically hates clutter, but can’t stop buying books and craft supplies.