If you want it in your life, you can have it in mushrooms. Popular brands like Crate & Barrel have just begun stocking mushroom lamps. In contrast, artisan and handmade creators have long filled Etsy with dreamy mushroom items. It exists in mushrooms, from cottagecore home decor to one-of-a-kind party decorations for kids.
One mushroom design category, though, gathers us here today: mushroom disco therapy. Sofiest Designs, on the mission to “add fun and funk to any ‘un-groovy’ room,” released new colors of the glorious Mojo Mushroom.
The Mojo Mushroom is perfect for bookshelves, as a table centerpiece, or even for nightstand vibes. Choose your mushroom’s colors from silver, gold, orange, red, pink, blue, green, and purple. That’s over 60 different color combinations of quirkiness.
Each mushroom decor disco ball is unique and handcrafted to catch the light rays necessary to uplift mood. The designs are 3D printed and finished with mirror glass tiles set specially to reflect the light. The Large dimensions are 9 in. x 9 in. x 10 in., and the Small dimensions are 7 in. x 7 in. x 8 in.
If you’re looking for a more classic bubbly mushroom style, the Original Mushroom Disco Ball is another option. This disco ball decor is available in silver and pink. It also comes in different sizes than the Mojo Mushroom above. The X-Small is 4 in. x 5 in., the Small is 6 in. x 7 in., the Medium is 8 in. x 9 in., and the Large is 10 in. x 11 in.
Sofiest Designs is a family-operated business based in San Diego, California. Their core mission is to spread disco therapy through handcrafted decor pieces, and it’s frankly brilliant.
Our excitement comes from the natural illumination that occurs when a ray of light strikes the glass tiles, displaying light fractions throughout the room. It’s a natural mood booster, which is why we believe in disco therapy!
If you feel a call to DIY a mirror ball, you’ll have to get crafty with styrofoam to create the perfect mushroom shape. It’s not that hard because the mushroom is a cylinder and a halved circle stuck together!
wikiHow has a simple tutorial for a DIY Disco Ball Out of Recycled CDs that you can apply to your styrofoam mushroom sculpture.
Suppose you want to get crafty and create funky, sturdy shapes like Clavaria or wavy pockets like Scarlet Elf Cups. In that case, polyurethane foam is what you’ll need.
Redditors agree that polyurethane foam is the best for creating unique shapes. The thread initially references the famous melting disco ball. Still, you could apply the foam to several mushroom sculpture designs.
It’s nicer to sculpt and is excellent for even hot glue. It’s essential to apply safety measures and not breathe in the gases during pouring. This is a great video tutorial from FlinnScientific on sculpting with polyurethane.
However you like your mushroom decor, may you ride the retro wave to disco heaven!