LLB Kozy Throw Club – Extended Deadline! 1

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LLB Kozy Throw Club - New Throw Subscription from Little Lace Box

The LLB Kozy Throw Club Subscription subscription deadline has been extended through Friday, January 27th!  LLB Kozy Throw Club is $49.99/box and sends a new throw from The Amalia Home Collection each season.

From Little Lace Box

We’re extremely excited about our exclusive partnership with The Amalia Home Collection, a family owned business with some of the most beautiful textiles we’ve ever seen!

Introducing the LLB Kozy Throw Club Subscription:

  • Subscription is Quarterly (Spring | Summer | Fall | Winter – 4 throws total) and  billed quarterly. Your first payment will be for the Spring throw.
  • Each throw will be designed for the season in color, texture and fabric
  • Cost: $49.99 + free shipping each season
  • Retail value for the Spring Throws – $85
  • Two color pallets available 
  • Neutral pallet – Luso Throw a lovely reversible throw in Olive/Grey and Sand
  • Spring pallet – Mira Throw a lovely reversible patterned throw in soft antiqued red and cream
  • Size: 50 x 70 
  • Light weight 100% cotton
  • Made in Portugal
  • Deadline for SPRING throw is Friday, January 27th
  • Ship date is March 15th
  • Limited quantities available for the SPRING Collection
  • This is a subscription and you will be billed every quarter unless you contact us to cancel

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  • Sophie

    I love the idea of this box, but it’s hard to spend $50 on a throw that I might like, when I can go to Target and spend $30 on a throw I know I’ll love. If it was $20 cheaper, or there was a coupon code for your first box, I would be all over this.