9 mushroom lamps you’ll instantly want to have in your home

Go foraging for these enchanting fungi-inspired lamps

Moon table lamp in mint, $340, from Citta.

Much like their namesake, the mushroom lamp trend is spreading like crazy.

They first popped up in the 60s, and enjoyed popularity all the way into the 70s. And it’s not hard to see why. With their little domed cap and somewhat squat disposition, these table and floor lamps add personality and character to the space.

But their benefits don’t stop there, thanks to their domed shade, they cast light downward to bring a warm and welcoming ambience to a room.

For this reason they’re perfect for the bedroom or living room. And, bonus still, these fungi-inspired pieces work with any style, so no matter what look you’re going for, you’ll probably find a mushroom lamp to suit.

We’ve rounded up some of our favourites:

Mushroom lamps

Left to right: Flos Bellhop table lamp, $550, from ECC. Aleka floor lamp in brass, $995, from Coco Republic. Ledlux Massimo table lamp in antique brass, $229, from Lighting Direct. 

Mushroom lamps
Left to right: Astep Model 548 table lamp in brushed brass/azure diffuser, $1945, from Good Form. Cosh table lamp in grey, $64.95, from Freedom.

Mushroom lampsLeft to right: Kizu table lamp, $600 (small), from Slow Store. Arlex grey mushroom night light, $17.98, from Bunnings Warehouse. Corona table lamp in black, $129. from Lighting Plus. 

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