Norsebox is a quarterly subscription box that brings handpicked Scandinavian-influenced household wares made by known designers. The subscription costs $54 per quarter + $15 shipping US ($32 to Canada and $60 to the UK), and each box follows a seasonal theme with the idea that the “boxes will progress around the home to give each room a fresh, Scandinavian update.” You’ll get 1-5 lifestyle and home goods that are valued for more than $70.
The description card says Let’s Bake!
It also lists the item details and why they were selected for the box.
Normann Copenhagen Beater Whisk ($17.50) This is not your ordinary beater whisk! The design is contemporary, and it’s space-saving too!
Made of nylon, this collapsible beater was designed by Rudolph Schelling Webermann and it won the Red Dot Design Award in 2012.
The ring opens and closes the whisk, and it also functions as a hook.
Its height is 28.5 cm, while its diameter is 2 cm. It can be used to whisk eggs and other delicious desserts, as well as sauces.
Since I made my husband move all his cooking tools from the counter to the drawers, this couldn’t be a more perfect item!
Iittala Kastehelmi Cake Stand (£47 about $63) I’ve been looking for the perfect cake plate, so this came just right in time! It’s stunning and I LOVE it!
The piece is designed by Oiva Toikka, one of the best in Finnish glass design.
It features a sparkly glass droplet design which is inspired by morning dewdrops.
I love how delicate and stunning it looks, and it will be perfect for showcasing our favorite treats and also as a centerpiece for our holiday table.
The base has the same intricate droplet design as the plate.
I also think it will go well with the glasses I received last year. I’m so excited to use them both for the holidays!
Like the past boxes, this quarter’s Norsebox is such a well-thought-out curation. I love everything I received, and I’m overall pleased with the subscription as they have been very consistent in sending impressively crafted and functional home pieces, even if sometimes they do focus too often on the kitchen (yes to more Finnish glassware!). If you’re into contemporary design, this subscription is something worth looking into!
What did you think of Norsebox?