Decocrated : The Only Home Decor Subscription You Need

Subscription boxes are perhaps one of the best things to have even been invented. I absolutely love them. If you are like me, and you are into home décor and design then you need Decocrated in your life. Decocrated box is delivered to your door, filled with specially-curated, beautiful home décor pieces. This is the best subscription box for home décor.

My worry is that I’ll get a box of stuff that I won’t like, don’t know how to incorporate in my house, or it’ll be really cheaply made stuff. I can’t tell you how excited I was when I opened this up.

The way this works. They send out boxes quarterly, based on seasons and all have holiday boxes for sale. You can subscribe annually or quarterly. You will have so much fun mixing and matching each piece, adding to your already classy home décor. The Decorated pieces work well together, the decorating process is a breeze! Decocrated even includes a styling booklet for added inspiration and pro design tips!

Each subscription box includes 6–9 amazing home décor items, including things like classy wall art, sleek table décor, and fabulous textiles. These easy-to-style items feature a modern aesthetic, classic minimalist design, and a little bit whimsy, too.

I want you to know that I got my Decocrated 2020 Winter Box sight unseen. When it comes to subscription boxes, I LOVE to be surprised. So when the box arrived, I was super excited and couldn’t wait to see what was inside.

It arrived in a sturdy cardboard box and was packaged well. The box was perfectly packed, safely housing each precious piece of décor. Because of the expert way the items were put together, the unboxing process was so much fun!

I basically love all of it. Everything was easily incorporated into my existing decor already. I’m not sure where to put the wall ledge or the arch, but I’ll figure that out soon enough.

I’m so happy with how my collection of winter decor pieces from decocrated turned out.

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