Who doesn’t love the small pleasures in life? Like receiving a subscription box in the mail, for example. Even though subscription boxes might seem like a treat reserved for a special occasion, our apartment community is a firm believer in indulging yourself no matter what time of the year it is. Regardless of whether you’ve subscribed to one before, you’ll find that a subscription box is an awesome mail day surprise! Before you sign-up, it’s important to know what options you have at your fingertips. Trust us, there are quite a few! Here are three of our favorites below.
Brooklyn Candle Studio
Our apartment community is big on self-care, and lighting a candle is one of our favorite ways to go about relaxation. It’s a good thing that Brooklyn Candle Studio has the best of the best! They also have a subscription box you can’t beat, starting at a mere 20 bucks per month! Now, you can increase that to 30-dollars and get even more bang for your buck, including a large candle, gold tin, and set of matches each month. If anything, your apartment home will be smelling amazing!
The Bouqs Co.
When you sign up for this subscription service, you will receive farm-fresh cut flowers to your door as often as you choose, whether that’d be every week or every other month. This subscription will help you fill your home with something beautiful and remind you of the delicacy and grace of the natural world—something, you might have trouble remembering from your couch. You’re able to be super particular about what you want, from a spread of traditional roses to an assortment of farmer’s market flower picks.
This box was essentially created for dog parents, who love spoiling their favorite pups. Each BarkBox is assembled based on your dog’s size—Small and Cute, Just Right, or Big and Bold—but are all offered at the same price. Costs can vary based on the frequency of your subscription, whether you’re billed annually, every six months, or every month, but every box is guaranteed to contain at least two themed toys, two bags of all-natural treats, and a chew toy.
Oxford at Iron Horse Apartments in North Richland Hills, Texas