Mychrome is an innovative biocomposite material developed to reconnect humans to Nature. Mycelium, which is the "root" of mushrooms, has been used to bind wood waste with natural dyes. These materials are naturally fire retardant, insulating and sound-absorbing other than completely compostable. Produced with local waste and inherently carbon-neutral, they can be grown wherever needed. We are living in an increasingly urbanised environment and this material could be an attractive choice for consumers who are vegan or interested in zero-waste and sustainable everyday products.