Subscription Boxes: The Perfect Gift for the Décor Enthusiast (and You!)

The seven subscription boxes will enliven your interiors, whether for a month or all year long.

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With another long winter on the horizon and a growing need for indoor comforts to keep us cozy after our outdoor pursuits—or as replenishment after a long day working or learning at home—subscription boxes are just the ticket. Here are seven sumptuous subscription boxes that will enliven your interiors, whether for a month or all year long.

Gatherberry Goods

This local, just-launched-last-week company is ready to knock your stockings off with its quarterly, seasonal subscription boxes that feature home and entertaining goods designed to embrace the changing seasons. With Gatherberry Goods, you can buy the whole box or simply stock up on your favorite individual items. The Autumn Harvest Dinner Collection box (which features a small charcuterie board, placemats, dish towels, napkins, and more) may be on its way out, but the new Modern Winter Cocktail Collection starts shipping early December. Starting at $89.

Hygge Box

The Swedish word for “cozy” may be wearing out its welcome. Still, who in their right mind would turn down the nurturing experience offered by Hygge Box? In addition to seasonal décor items each month, this subscription also includes products to engage all of the senses—from candles and hot chocolate to lotions and biscuits. Choose from a standard or deluxe subscription. For each box sold, the owners donate to “One Tree Planted,” an organization dedicated to planting trees in areas in need of reforestations. Starting at $25.

House Plant Box

How would you like to green up your space every month? With ferns? Pet-friendly plants? Succulents? Air plants? Herbs for a windowsill garden? House Plant Box allows you to select just the plant that would make you happiest each month. The plant arrives with a detailed care guide. Start a new collection, expand your current one, or grow your own edible greens. Starting at $16.

Posh Home Box

This subscription box puts luxe back into your life with new pieces for the kitchen, bar, dining room, bedroom, or office. Themes are revealed one month in advance: December’s Posh Home Box theme is Champagne Bar. The contents? Always a delightful surprise. The products selected come from companies including Pinky UP, Mudpie, Viski, and Fox Blossom Company. Starting at $64.95.

Third & Main

Did it all start with Third & Main? Since 2017, the company has been curating exceptional boxes of seasonal home décor, as well as the Care Box, which is the perfect “I’m thinking of you” gift for restless or stressed friends this winter. Items in the décor boxes coordinate seamlessly; there’s even a brochure demonstrating how to use them together in one setting. Customers have described their items as beautiful and stylish, and love having “current trends in décor at my doorstep!” Starting at $24.99.

Decocrated

Not only does this subscription service curate seasonal home décor to freshen up your home; the company shares how-to tips, inspiration, and decorating tips with each selection. A Decocrated box includes six to nine full-size items ranging from decorative trays and tabletop décor to throw pillow covers, table runners, printed art, and even small DIY projects. “Perfectly curated to fall back in love with any room in your home,” enthused one shopper. Starting at $79.99.

 

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Norsebox

For Scandinavian design enthusiasts, no one beats Norsebox. It’s unmatched in quality and sheer aesthetic delight. The Swedish company hand selects its latest finds in Nordic design, including one to five curated items in each box. Past boxes have included a minimalist candleholder formed from a single piece of wire by Nicholas Oldroyd Design, a small box with a regal green lid by Normann Copenhagen, a postcard designed by German textile designer Nina Schmalenbach, and a small concrete pendant by Antje Nixdorf. Starting at $71.

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