Bespoke Post is a men’s lifestyle subscription box offering sophisticated accessories, gear, and curated interest kits, although nearly all of their offerings are unisex and would be equally appropriate for any woman with a rugged and adventurous side.
The monthly, limited-edition boxes are built around a central, unique theme, and there are usually two or three new boxes to choose from every month. You can also skip the month if you’re not interested in any of the available boxes.
Everything was packed carefully and arrived in good condition. This box is called SPACE.
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Everything inside my box!
The first thing we will assemble from this box is a Plain Side Table. It came with an instruction sheet that shows the pack contents and how to build it, even how to take care of and maintain the item.
The pack contains a steel round table top with attached leg receptacles and 3 solid walnut legs with screw fittings. The legs can be screwed on and off the top, and they’re sturdy enough to hold items such as magazine stacks or vases, or it can be used as a nightstand. It’s a minimalist furniture that you can place anywhere you want inside the house. Because you can easily reverse assembly, it also moves and travels well.
The other item in this month’s box is a Cardboard Astro Rocket designed by Luis Rodrigalvarez.
Since the item came with an easy-to-follow instruction sheet, and my kids love to complete puzzles, I gave the opportunity of assembling this cool piece to my son, who was really ecstatic about it!
The rocket looks perfect sitting on top of the side table. This tandem will look good beside the couch or the bed. Also, I love how both of these pieces don’t (ironically) actually take too much space.
You can also personalize the rocket by adding details or paint colors on it. it was a super quick build.
This month’s Bespoke Post had a couple pieces of cool, functional home decor. It was also one of the most surreal unboxings I’ve made of this sub, as the combo of items didn’t make immediate sense, and there was no theme card to explain it. At first blush, it felt like opening an Amazon box with two random orders in it. I like the table, as it’s not too heavy, but it can bear a fair bit of weight (though I wouldn’t stand on it sober!) It is also sturdy enough to balance and keep what you place on the tabletop safe. The rocket is a good piece to accompany the table, and my son really enjoyed putting it together. We also plan to decorate and personalize the rocket!
What did you think of the Bespoke Post SPACE box?