Since gnomes began to appear in literature several hundreds of years ago they have been associated with a number of things and one of these is nature. They have been particularly associated with woods and forests and various things that appear in those types of nature such as trees, grass and mushrooms.

When trying to give gnome ornaments an authentic look and feel, makers will often place items in the scene that people associate with them. A popular item is the mushroom with it being alongside them or with something, such as their house, being in the shape of a mushroom.

Gnome Mushroom Houses

Mushrooms are often used as inspiration for the shape of a gnome’s house in many ornaments. The shape of it naturally lends itself to the shape of a house so is perfect for associating with a gnome.

Having a mushroom as part of a garden gnome ornament is interesting as it adds another element to the design which gives people something else to the look and feel of it. As it is something that is associated with Gnomes as it is part of nature it doesn’t feel out of place and also means that it is another object that will look good in your yard or garden.

What Colors do These Come in?

As the ability for people to make and seek these has become easier in recent years due to technology it means that there is variety in the types of colors that these can be purchased however there are some common ones. The most common colors that’s you will be able to get these in are red, brown and green. These are colors associated with nature so work well here.

How Much do They Cost?

As I mentioned earlier, it is easier for people to make and sell mushroom garden gnomes due to technology so these are available at a range of different costs depending on he size and quality that you want.

The most common cost for one of these is between $15 and $40 and for this you will be able to get an attractive looking ornament that can be used both indoors and outdoors.

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