Sundae Home is a premium home decor subscription box that delivers 4-6 high-quality home goods and products with over $100+ per box retail value for $47 per box every other month.
DEAL: Receive a free bonus item with any length subscription! Use coupon code HELLOBONUS.
Included in the box is a Sundae Home card. Instead of a list of the items, they provide a link to a digital flyer.
The detailed product info is further down the page. The box theme is PUMPKIN KISSES & HARVEST WISHES!
Everything is protectively packed!
Everything in the October-November 2018 box!
Modern Alchemy by D.L. & Co. Decorative Cushion Cover ($16) The design of this cushion cover perfectly depicts fall!
The cover measures 18 x 18 inches. It’s made of 60% polyester, 30% cotton, and 10% viscose, and has a hidden zipper.
The grayish-beige design is really versatile, and it can hang out among your throw pillows all year round as it can blend with any theme you would like to decorate your home with.
The next item is protected inside a box.
Stonewall Kitchen Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce ($8.95) Stonewall Kitchen! SQUEAL!
Pasta with squash sounds good, and this sauce in a bottle will do the job. It is a creamy squash sauce with a delicate flavor of butternut, coupled with the sweetness of apples and brown sugar. You can use it with ravioli or any pasta. It’s pretty much perfection with a creamy filled rav or tortellini.
It’s also gluten-free, and it’s a new way to enjoy your favorite dishes. Also, the brand provides lots of ideas for recipes, if you want to try something new!
Another item came boxed for protection!
Darice Natural Twig Pumpkin with Metal Leaf ($9.48; $6 on the card) This harvest natural twig pumpkin will give your fall decors a rustic and classy feel. It is a brownish-beige rimmed metal leaf accent nestled on pumpkin-shaped twigs. It measures 4.5 x 2.5 inches.
If you love fall themed decor items (and we do!) this one is perfect!
The combination of wood twigs with metal alloy really looks fantastic. This will look perfect as a table centerpiece.
Natural Home Wire Cheese Tray ($30) It makes a good impression to guests when you present snacks and other finger food beautifully. This cheese tray with a wire slicer comes in handy for such situations!
The board is made from sustainable, naturally antimicrobial bamboo.
This can contain a lot of cheeses and even cold cuts!
The durable wire can cut either soft or hard cheeses but there was an extra wire in the package.
It’s simple, tough, durable and has a lightweight density that makes it naturally water resistant.
You can take care of this board by handwashing only.
Staub Ceramic 24-oz. Pumpkin Cocotte in Burnt Orange ($55) To complete this month’s box of home essentials, I got a 24 oz. pumpkin cocotte cookware from Staub!!!
The ceramic pumpkin is available in different colors: burnt orange, matte black, rustic ivory, and white. I got the classic burnt orange!
It can be used in an oven, broiler, or microwave oven (just take off the lid). It is food-safe and also dishwasher-safe. However, you cannot use it with direct heat.
The ceramic pumpkin comes with a handled lid.
The design is really eye-catching, and perfect for the festivities!
It is durable as the material was fired twice at a very high temperature, making it resistant to impact and thermal shock. It can go from the freezer to the oven without worries.
Also, the porcelain enamel glaze helps prevent the absorption of moisture during baking of casseroles, stews, and baked recipes. The cocotte measures 7.2″ diameter X 5.7″ width X 4.8 height. We used this for SO many things – to recrisp stuffing, to store extra whipped cream, it made everything ultra special!
It’s another fantastic box from Sundae Home. They sent stuff according to the season and I love it. I was also delighted that they included an edible item, the squash sauce. Another favorite is the cheese board. It is what I am going to use with my deli and cheeses for the holidays! This subscription never fails to amaze me as they keep on curating home items with lots of practical uses and great aesthetics!
What’s your favorite home accent this month?