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Inspired Room Box Subscription Review – June 2016

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Inspired Room Box is a new home decor subscription box! They offer three different styles: Rustic, Vintage, and Modern.

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This review is of the Modern Style.

The June box is dedicated to decorating your Master Bedroom.

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My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

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The Subscription Box: Inspired Room Box

The Cost: $54.97 a month plus $8 shipping

The Products: 3-5 home products in each box. Each month is themed for a different room in your home. So by the end of the year, you will have gorgeous new touches in each room of your home for an updated look. The first month’s box for June is themed this way: “Your Inspired Master Bedroom”.

Good to Know: This box uses PayPal for transactions! (I always recommend using PayPal on any new subscription that you may not be sure about since PayPal offers buyer protection, and it is easy to cancel your subscription from your PayPal account.)

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wish list!

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The subscription box comes with an info card detailing the items included. There’s also a design tip from Jill Weadick!

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Geometric Diamond Cut Candle-Holders – Value $50

These are my favorite items in the box! I love gold accents and the shiny metallic interior mixed with the matte white exterior is such a stylish combo!

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And the candlelight reflecting in the gold finish is gorgeous, too.

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Here is the large in-hand to give you a better sense of scale:

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And a closer look at the gold:

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Aromasoy Tranquil Sleep Candle – Value $15

I like that you can easily just rotate this candle if you don’t want to show the label to have a candle that will work with any style of room:

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The scent was a little too powdery/floral for me, though. It will be gifted!

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Brass Foliage Dish – Value $20

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This tiny gingko leaf dish is perfectly sized for a nightstand or bathroom counter.

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It could make a very fancy soap dish, too!

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Free Gift Lavender Sachet

While I’m not against free extras in a box, something about this lavender sachet and the mints below reminded me of wedding favors and felt a little out of place in the box.

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Fresh White Mints – Value Listed $4

These were listed as $4 on the info card. Again, they felt out of place to me in a design box, but maybe they are intended to be display mints? (Is that a thing?)

Verdict: This box has a value of about $89. The total cost with shipping was $63, so I think that’s pretty good for the first box from Inspired Room Box. Home products also have slimmer margins compared to fashion or beauty categories, so I have to remind myself that I’m not going to get the same kind of value in a box like this that I would in a Boxycharm box, for example.

I think the home/design subscription box category is underserved, so I’m really happy to see this new offering from Inspired Room Box. I also like that they offer you different style options to better cater to your taste.

What do you think of the Inspired Room Box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

9 Comments

  1. Maybe it is a “southern thing”, but I know a lot of women that keep mints on their bedside table. Also my grandmother and her sisters all keep lavender in their dresser drawers.

    • Totally! Southern deal for sure. Maybe the mints were intended to go on the ginkgo leaf bowl/plate/thing?

    • My grandmother was first a generation American, he parents from Spain, and she always kept mints in the guest bedroom on the nightstand. We lived in New England area. I think it may just be that generation? They do make a cute option for the little tray though. I feel like this is a box that could get more interesting and that the items included had a nice cohesive theme on the larger items. Those containers would make a unique modern option for displaying in a vanity for makeup brushes etc.

      • Oh sleepy typos haha.

  2. My guess for the mints is that bedrooms are for lovin’ and you need fresh breath for lovin’ :-). I’m putting the lavender sash in my intimates drawer. Voila!

  3. The candle holder are beautiful. I will definetly have an eye on that sub box.

  4. Would love to see pictures of the other styles.

  5. I got the Rustic configuration. I was disappointed to get only one vase since the promo picture featured two, but I really love the coconut bowl I received. The mints also felt out of place to me in a bedroom-themed box.

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