Cox & Cox discount codes for November 2021

Save cash on decorations and furnishings with these 8 Cox & Cox voucher codes


Enjoy 25% off Orders

Ends: Mon 29 Nov 2021

Save 21% off Single Item Orders

Ends: Mon 29 Nov 2021

Save on Orders with 20% off

Ends: Tue 30 Nov 2021

Get an Extra 20% off Sale

Ends: Mon 29 Nov 2021

Save on Selected Lines with up to 50% off

Ends: Mon 29 Nov 2021

Get Xmas Ready with the New Light Up Snowy Pencil Pine from Only £155

Ends: Tue 30 Nov 2021

Charming Aspen Mountain Spruce Christmas Tree for Only £295

Ends: Tue 30 Nov 2021

Get in the Festive Mood with a Reindeer Balloon for Only £4.50

Ends: Tue 30 Nov 2021

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Hints & Tips

Cox & Cox wanted to celebrate the contribution of the frontline workers during the pandemic so is offering 25 per cent off to Blue Light card members. This applies to NHS/Defence/Forces staff. In order to get money off their purchases they just need to log into their Blue Light account and head for the Cox & Cox discount section where there will be a promotional code to use on full-price items.

If you have been impressed by your Cox & Cox purchase, share your joy with a pal and you could get a little bonus for yourself. Cox & Cox has a refer a friend scheme, and for everyone you send their way who makes a purchase, you’ll get £25 as a thank you to spend on an order over £75. Your friend will also get £25 to redeem on an order with a minimum value of £75.

There are seasonal sales for events like Black Friday and post Christmas – watch out for the Cox & Cox 'sale room' where you can find items with savings of between 25 per cent and 50 per cent.


Does Cox & Cox have stores?

Cox & Cox is sold mainly through the catalogues, which are updated with stock to cover different seasons, and through the website. You can also find edited collections for sale at and

How much is delivery?

It will depend on the size of the order and how quickly you want it. Standard UK delivery will take 7-10 working days and cost £5.95. For larger items it will cost from £15-£20. If the delivery is being made by ArrowXL/Ash Logistics it will cost between £30 to £60, depending on size and will take up to five days. Custom-made items will cost between £30-£60 and take 10-12 weeks.

What is the returns policy at Cox & Cox?

Goods must be returned within 28 days of receipt, undamaged and in their original packaging with the returns slip completed. Cox & Cox don’t cover the cost of returns, unless the item is faulty, damaged or has been dispatched by mistake.

Can I return paint?

You can return both standard sized pots and sample pots so long as the tin hasn’t been opened, the security clip hasn’t been removed or damaged, and it’s also in its original packaging. Before beginning a project, consider a shade from the colour card and then buy a sample pot to confirm your choice.

How can I get in touch with Cox & Cox?

You can call the orderline on 0330 333 2123 from  Monday to Sunday 8am to 8pm*. Or you can use the email on the website.

Is there a newsletter I can sign up for?

Yes, you can sign up for the online newsletter and you'll be sent details of exclusive subscriber discounts, sales alerts and shown the latest collections and products.

How do I use a Cox & Cox voucher code?

1. Select your purchases from Cox & Cox and then click on your shopping basket.

2. A box marked Enter Media Code/Discount Code will appear in your basket below your item details.

3. Enter your discount code and hit 'Apply’. You must enter the promo code before you proceed to the secure checkout as it can’t be applied later. 

4. Discount codes are also valid over the phone,  you will simply need to quote the code at the point of order. Check the terms and conditions of your promotional code for further details.

5. Promotional codes are not valid on discounted, clearance products, items from the Sale Room or on gift vouchers.

Time to celebrate

Cox & Cox indoor outdoor pre-lit pine tree with traditional decorations

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Christmas is always rather special at Cox & Cox, and this year – buoyed by the promise of finally getting to spend it with family and friends – they have gone BIG! To make is easier to decide which dazzling decorations to choose, they have divided them into trends, so you can match your décor or create a whole new look.

This year the trends have been: Traditional – as sweet as a gingerbread house (which comes in advent calendar form) with lots of red, white; Modern Abstract – which is full of pink and gold colours and contemporary shapes; French Blue – this brings Hamptons style with wooden decorations and a coastal palette; Magical – lots of gold, dark blue, white rabbits in hats and twinkling lights to create a party atmosphere; Neoclassical – layers of blanched, white and gold decorations with hints of marble and tree-sized statues for a grand effect; Scandinavian Lakehouse – a neutral palette of dried flora and paper stars to set a serene scene; Industrial – the subtle shimmer or metallics and dark colours bring an understated urban glamour.
Japandi – connect with nature and with the season with decorations made from paper, rattan and pampas; Campervan – which brings a sprinkle of seasonal glamour to the outdoors with a spectacular array of lights, including a magical wishing tree (from £195). 

You can go as simple and charming as carol-singing felt mice for the tree (£25), or as OTT as  the towering 10-foot-tall pre-lit pine tree for the garden (£895) for a sparkling display inside and out. And for a really cracking Christmas, buy your decs with a discount code and save when you spend.

A blissful bedroom

Extendable day bed in white from Cox & Cox

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There is space for everyone to sleep at Cox & Cox, from the grown ups to the littlest four-legged members of the family, with new designs fresh in.

For the master bedroom, a bed with high head board covered in colourful velvet fabric will make a real statement. The Fluted Velvet Bed in Deep Blue has slight wings on either side for a cosy, cocooning feel. Gold-finished metal feet give a luxe effect.  It starts at a king-size and costs from £995.

A bed that has more than one purpose is always a good investment. The extendable day bed (£650) gives that studio vibe; it is a comfortable sofa by day, but at 208cm long, it is more than big enough to act as a bed at night – making it a great choice for tweenagers who want their own space. There is a large drawer underneath which can be used for storage, or pulled out and a mattress added for a sleep-over solution. 

A single hideaway bed in soft blue, grey or blush velvet (£750) looks like a wide, nicely squashy chair that is perfect for curling up in with a good book. But if a guest is staying overnight, it can be folded out so the cushions form a pocket sprung mattress that is 225cm long. Add a pillow and duvet and they’re good to go (to sleep, hopefully).

Family pets never like to stray far from their humans, and there has been a trend for including little nooks under kitchen units or sideboards for them to curl up in. The Mandala pet bed (£150)  in soft grey is a mattress with a cover woven from recycled plastic with a plump fibre filling. Slip it under a counter or dresser to make the paw-fect doggy den.

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About Cox & Cox

Cox & Cox has become the destination online shop for cosy, classic and tasteful style. It was started by Fiona Cox, a stylist and presenter who worked on home renovating shows. Spotting a gap in the market for unique products for the modern home that were both on-trend but with a touch of tradition, she set about filling it by starting Cox & Cox in 2001.The Somerset-based brand continues to offer carefully curated collections to create charming and luxurious homes with pieces that are both practical and beautiful. It offers furniture and accessories for every room in the house and garden, and for all seasons – the Christmas outdoor lighting collection is particularly stunning. If you want to freshen up your lifestyle look, or add some fun new ornaments, take a look online and grab yourself a bargain with a discount code.

Written by

Alison Jones Alison Jones Assistant Editor

Alison is Assistant Editor on Real Homes magazine. She previously worked on national newspapers, in later years as a film critic and has also written on property, fashion and lifestyle. Having recently purchased a Victorian property in severe need of some updating, much of her time is spent solving the usual issues renovators encounter.

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