Luxe Pineapple Post Home Box December 2016 Review

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Luxe Pineapple Post Home Box is a new one-time box from LuxePineapple, featuring LP finds for the home including artisan crafted items, kitchen+baking, home textiles +linens, office must-haves, decor, specialty cleaning items plus more. It’s currently a one-time purchase but hopefully it will become a subscription soon!

The Luxe Pineapple Post Home Box celebrates Life, Beauty, and The Pursuit of Pineapples! ?

The items are covered in tissue.

The information card gives you the details about the items.

Everything in my Luxe Pineapple Post Home Box! [Note – I missed a print at the bottom of the box, so that’s not in the group shot!]

Unearth Malee Home Lavender Lemongrass Organic Coconut Laundry Detergent ($5.50) This organic laundry detergent is made of pure organic coconut oil soap which was hand-grated to turn into a fine powder.We’re impressed with this eco-friendly detergent! Its low-sudsing formula is ideal for any type of machine. It’s scented with lavender & lemongrass, so it even has anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. 

Smart Sheep Wool Dryer Balls ($19.99, $10.95 on Amazon) These are very useful! Shortens drying time, plus makes clothes soft! Since it doesn’t contain chemicals or synthetics, it can be used even if you have sensitive skin (as long as you aren’t allergic to wool).

Most of all, it saves you money. Using these wool balls actually eliminates the need for dryer sheets and liquid fabric softeners.

I’ve been wanting to try these out, so I was happy to see them in this box. Also, they’re giant!

Lucia’s Candle Cottage Down Home Country Scent Votive and Home for the Holidays Votive ($3.50) Mmmmm, perfect scents to set the holiday mood. The safest cosmetic fragrance oils were used in making these candles. If you love scented votives, these are for you. They’re highly-scented and were really designed for a long-lasting fragrance experience and filled my office without lighting them. Aside from the scent, it also makes for a good home display. The palm wax sparkles, like a crystal glow!

Aqua 4″ Mercury Glass Embossed Glass Votive Holders ($6.50)  The box also included these gorgeous turquoise votive holders! There are 4 embossed designs and subscribers received a variety.

It would look good as an illuminating centerpiece display!

Saro Ruffle Designer Throw ($39)  Throws are December staples! We can never have enough of them. This one is a mustard yellow woven throw, made of 100% acrylic, with fun ruffles and fringe.

Subscribers received a variety of colors. Mustard is my very least favorite of all colors in the world, but my children claimed it! Admittedly it looks great contrasted with the turquoise votives, and I even have a turquoise couch which would provide the same effect, but I cannot properly snuggle under this color. I suggested to LuxePineapple some color preference tracking might be in order.

Hello Henney 5X7 Print ($5?) This shop is on hiatus, so I can’t value the item, which is printed on light glossy stock. It’s a cute design and must have been underneath the tissue; my husband found it while he was breaking down boxes for recycling. I can’t wait to paint my dining room – I’m sticking gold pineapples all over one wall. I think this will be cute framed in there somewhere!

This box had about a $70 value! The box sold for $32 on pre-order and I don’t remember it being available at its regular price of $42 – it sold out too quickly! I really enjoyed this box, especially the mix of fun decorative items, items that get used up, and even a good practical item like those dryer balls! I think this is a great formula for a home decor subscription box.

What do you think of the LuxePineapple Post Home Box?


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  • PA Anna

    I am very happy with my box. I received the dusty rose blanket. I liked it so much that I ordered a box for my sister at full price when an email went out that there were extra December boxes.