Mushroom® Design Collection
Mycelium Products for Your Lifestyle.
Mycelium Products for Your Lifestyle
How It’s Made
Ecovative Products are grown using agricultural waste and mycelium, the root structure of mushrooms.
We work with regional farmers to source our non-food agricultural waste which is ground, sorted, and cleaned before growing.
Mycelium, the vegetative root structure of a mushroom, is added to the mix and binds the ag waste together - we like to think of mycelium as nature’s glue.
After a few days of growth, Mushroom® Products are ready for use!
For a more in-depth look at our process, check out our How-It-Works page.
“Ecovative’s new line of grown furniture fulfills the promise of a truly circular economy: every component can be returned to the earth without harm at the end of its useful life by providing nutrients, not pollutants, to the local environment.”
– Eben Bayer
Why Buy Ecovative Products?
GROWING safe, healthy, and sustainable materials is the future – and we want you to be a part of it today.
Safe for your home, office, family, and pets. You could even eat it! But it doesn’t taste great.
No VOCs, no synthetic chemicals. Just naturally grown material manufactured with your health in mind.
Certified Sustainable - 100% compostable, biodegradable, and grown using sustainable best practices - our products are inherently circular.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to have in my house?
Completely! Everything we sell is free of any toxins or harmful substances or fumes.
Will it catch on fire?
Mycelium is naturally fire resistant!
So how do I water my plant in my GIY planter?
Carefully. Air plants and succulents are best because they require very little water, but as long as you pour carefully you should be able to avoid soaking your planter.
How do I care for it?
Love it very much. Actually, our material doesn’t need much care, it just needs to be kept dry (breaking down when it is exposed to water is what makes our material compostable). If you do that, and don’t drop-kick it across your house, it should last…almost indefinitely!
Can a mushroom really hold up as a table?
It really can. Mycelium is very strong!