We’ve officially entered November and suddenly I’m hearing people are already feeling under the weather with the changing of the season. This time of year, it always happens… stuffy noses, different allergies, flu season, and bugs going around. I restocked our tissues this week, as Emmett’s nose has taken a toll on our stockpile, and thought this may be a handy post, if you also keep a box on your vanity, counter, or bedside table- a necessary convenience that doesn’t have to be a total eyesore. Click through for some aesthetically pleasing tissue box covers for the winter season ahead!
Do People Still Use Tissue Box Covers?
I sure hope so! What’s the alternative? Let’s face it- printed box covers haven’t come very far over the years, in terms of designs and patterns. Tissue box covers are actually one thing I note when visiting hotels or travel… it’s a universal and expected amenity. Those little touches, like box covers, make a big difference in terms of design. I’m all for small, budget friendly upgrades that elevate a vignette… therefore, tissue box covers are an easy yes from me!
My Top Picks
Here are 20 of my favorites… all in classic colors, materials, and patterns. They also vary from $6 to $100- so there’s one for any budget. You can shop and see more by clicking on each tissue box below…
Do you have any favorites from the mix? I love a stone, ceramic, or woven option. I have a couple vintage ones at home that I really like, but I’m also very pleased with my budget-friendly Amazon versions.
Ideas for Styling
If you’re looking for styling ideas, here are some quick notes to get your wheels turning, as to where tissue boxes (accompanied with a pretty cover) might live in your home…
- On a bedside table or nightstand.
- On the bathroom countertop.
- On a vanity table- perhaps accompanied by matches, room spray, or a candle.
- In kids rooms, guest bedrooms & baths, and the primary suite.
- On a console table.
- In a home office, den, or living space.
Definitely! You should always be cautious about that kind of thing (with decor, candles, whatever)… I’ll use sticky felt on the bottom if needed, and always make sure the surfaces beneath something like that is protected. Great question!
I’m a plain purist when it comes to tissues. We buy the generic Costco ones without lotion or anything like that (those break my face out). I’d rather spend more money on the box cover than the actual tissues, ha.
I prefer square! It takes up less counter or table space and feels more symmetrical and balanced. I never buy the rectangular boxes… just square.
I hope this post was helpful if you’ve been on the hunt for these. I always find tissues to go rather quickly this time of year, but here’s to hoping we all stay healthy for the holidays and winter season ahead!
Speaking of- I’m in full holiday decorating mode over here, and my annual holiday gift guide comes out on MONDAY. I’m so excited to share that with you- it has become a favorite blog holiday tradition for me. Please be sure to check back! I’ve got to get our decorating done early because I want to enjoy it. Since we’re headed to Asia later this month, I’m cramming in a bit of Christmas before we leave. I know I’ll appreciate having tackled our holiday decor upon arriving home in December. Anyway… here’s to a fun and productive weekend ahead! All good and cheerful things to come.