Third & Main Home Subscription Box Review – August 2017
Third & Main is a monthly subscription box full of home boutique finds. You can expect decor items, kitchen items, etc.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Third & Main
The Cost: $54.95/box (available monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly) plus $10 flat rate shipping for most of the continental US. $15 to California.
The Products: Third & Main is a subscription box that brings the charm of small-town main street boutiques to your door. Each carefully curated box will include home and self-care items from “mission-minded” vendors right here in the US. Third & Main also includes information on the vendors, so you can keep supporting the small businesses you love. According to their site, each box contains 4-6 full-size items with a total value anywhere between $85-$110!
Ships to: U.S. only
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The box includes cards highlighting the month’s selections and the vendors/makers behind each item. The cards are bound together into a booklet by a black velvet ribbon! This month’s theme is “The Rustic Foodie.”
Creative Co-Op Hanging Olive Basket – Listed Value $10.00
This little basket is a cute way to add some summertime pop to a space. I have a little landing outside my door that I’ve been considering decorating with a flower box, but I feel like that’s a bigger gardening commitment than I can handle. But if I can loop this basket on a hook on my door, or just next to it, I could drop some flowers or a simple plant inside—I think I could handle that!
Charming Pine Faux Greenery – Listed Value $12.00
If my thumb doesn’t prove to be green enough, of course, I can just sub in these bouquets of fake plants. They’re pretty realistic, especially from afar, though it feels a little chintzy to me to have fake plants out (especially in the summer). These were supplied by a small company as kind of an exclusive item, which is neat.
Creative Co-Op Stoneware Honey Pot and Honeycomb – Value $10.13
This is such a cute item! I’m not one to ever take the honey out of the bear-shaped bottle, but I’ll have to start, if simply because the presentation of this golden jar is going to be so charming. I love the itty bitty bee on top of the little lid!
Heritage Prairie Farm Honey, 12 oz – Value $9.99
I like that they supply honey to go with the jar, too! It’s raw honey, which is supposed to be very good for you. It tasted rich and sweet and perfect for tea, little sandwiches, yogurt, and more.
Creative Co-Op Enameled Bread Box – Value $32.11
This is an awful lot to pay for a simple bread box, but it is really cute. It’s also quite loud—it’s metal with enamel over it, so it tends to clang when you put the lid on. I’ve not used a bread box before, but I like the simple rustic design of this item. I could see using it as a decorative piece, or even as a vase for fresh wildflowers.
Verdict: This box has a total retail value of around $74.00. That’s pretty fair, given the $54.95 price for the box (plus $10 shipping to most of the US). The pieces felt pretty high quality, too—even the fake plants were really nice for what they were. This box seems to follow a more rustic, or at least, traditional vibe, but I found places for each of these pieces in my slightly more modern, simple decor.
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