Featured interior by Trip Haenisch
Don’t call it bland or boring. Mushroom is a hue that’s more interesting than you think, revealing its nuances with every change in light. It’s lighter than grey, warmer than ivory, cooler than cream, and richer than white, making it aÂ light neutral that’s the ideal choice for those who can’t make up their minds. Though it’s exceptional on walls, it’s also sophisticated in furniture form. Here are just a few of our favorite pieces at Viyet in a range of mushroom hues:
Why we love it: Traditional without feeling stuffy, this comfortable accent chairÂ is upholstered in a fabric as soft as an early morning fog.
Why we love them:Â A hidden storage compartment adds versatility to these modern ottomans. The buttery-soft leather upholstery adds a touch of luxe to any seating area.
Why we love it:Â Every element of this chandelierÂ is interesting, from the textural shade to the glass accents that glimmer in the light.
Why we love them:Â Completely upholstered in a woven fabric from top to bottom brace, these chairs are sleek without seeming “cold”. Use them as accents in the hall or entryway, or use them to balance other elements in a seat grouping.
Why we love it:Â With a finish that’s neither shiny nor matte, the top of this side table has a look that’s hard to characterize. Nonetheless, we love how the wash of mushroom stain enhances the grain of the wood.
Why we love them:Â Screens are an under-appreciated decorative element that deserves to make a comeback. They help fill in unused corners, divide larger open floorplans into more intimate areas, or can be used as dressing screens. This set has a quietly luxe look thanks to the rich wood frames and soft mushroom-hued panels.
Why we love it:Â A high-arm bench is the ideal accent for the end of the bed, but also works in a seating area, hall, or guest room. Such versatility means you’ll love this piece for years to come.