With all the time we’re now spending indoors, it’s easy to get sick of your surroundings. Combine that with spring’s spirit of renewal and you’ve probably found yourself itching to revamp your home’s decor lately. However, heading out to your favorite shop isn’t even possible (that’s social distancing, y’all!). So when we heard about Decocrated’s home decor subscription box, we were immediately intrigued.
Curated for those who are always on the hunt for fresh home inspiration, Decorated’s quarterly subscription box features an array of stylish home decor pieces, designed exclusively for the brand each season, that’ll help keep your space fresh and up-to-date on the latest design trends. Shipped every three months, each limited edition box corresponds with a season, delivering everything from tabletop decor to textile elements and wall accents (alongside a handy how-to styling booklet) to your door, right on time for a seasonal home refresh.
What kind of items can you expect to find in a Decocrated box? Well, we got our hands on the Spring box and let’s just say, it did not disappoint.
With a focus on getting organized, this season’s box features a spring-friendly palette of dusty blue, blush and gold. Inside you’ll find four pieces of seasonal decor, two organizational accessories, and one eco-friendly shopping essential (the number and type of items changes from season to season). Our favorite pieces this month? The reusable burlap tote that’s big enough for even the largest grocery run and the stylish gilded desk organizer that’ll bring some much-needed pizzazz to our new work from home set up.
OK, there are a handful of home decor subscription boxes out there—what makes Decocrated different? One word: community. More than just a subscription box, Decocrated has developed a loyal fanbase, affectionately known as “Decocrators.” Through the brand’s home decor newsletter and Facebook communities, subscribers can come together and connect with other self-proclaimed “design obsessees” over their endless quest for the perfectly styled interior. Best of all, Decocrated also works hard to support local artists from around the country with each shipment; the Spring box features exclusive artwork from artist Kelly Merkur.
For those looking to give a Decocrated a whirl, individual boxes come in at $80, with a 10 percent discount for those who opt for an annual subscription.
So whether you’re a design-newbie or a decor maven who could give Joanna Gaines a run for her money, find some new pieces that spark joy and get decorating with Decocrated—your home (and your eyes) will thank you.