Psst… hey, you! Do you live in a furnished apartment? Do you feel like your living space is boring? It’s time to change that with a healthy dose of your favorite color! You may think it’s impossible to showcase your personality in a furnished apartment without damaging or altering the space and furniture. But with a little creativity, you can easily add your own unique style. If you’re ready to make your furnished apartment look amazing and feel like home, check out a few places you can add happy splashes of color! Read the rest of this entry »
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Do you call a studio apartment home sweet home? If so, you face the challenge—or maybe the thrill—of making your small space truly feel like home. With the right mix of furnishing and décor, studio apartments can become open, roomy, and welcoming spaces. With the wrong furnishings and decor, it can seemed cramped and downright dysfunctional. Make sure your studio apartment is the best it can be by avoiding these four small-space decorating no-nos! Read the rest of this entry »
Moving is stressful. Moving as a military family? Well, it’s like second nature… but nonetheless stressful! Turns out, renting furniture can make a PCS (or Permanent Change of Station) epically easier. From helping you save money on storage and avoid having to cram ill-fitting furniture into a new home, find out how military furniture rental can help make your move (and your new life) a breeze! Read the rest of this entry »
Believe in yourself. Work hard. Never give up. These are some important words of wisdom for anyone looking to achieve their dreams, but we want to add, “Rent your furniture” to this list. How do you become one of those impressive people that turn their big dreams into reality? It’s all about how you spend your time, money, and energy. By renting furniture, you can make the most out of all three! Read the rest of this entry »
It’s that time of year again! Summer is coming to a close, which means it’s time to swap beach bags filled with pool stuff for backpacks filled with school stuff. Between gearing up for classes, moving back to campus, and adjusting to a new schedule, there’s a lot to handle. This fall, set yourself up for a successful school year with our handy guide for easing back-to-school anxiety. Read the rest of this entry »
If you think furnished apartments aren’t on-trend, think again. Living stylishly is one of the many advantages of renting a furnished apartment! From picking throw pillows to the season’s cutest patterns for your doormat, find out how to flip any furnished apartment into a home that feels absolutely fabulous. Read the rest of this entry »
Tax Day is almost here! Have you been putting your taxes off? Don’t worry – you definitely aren’t alone. Make sure your returns are filed on time by enlisting a bit of help. Check out this handy list of places where you can get last-minute tax prep help, often for free! Read the rest of this entry »
Whether it’s your mom, friend, or new significant other that happens to “pop in,” it’s bound to happen: someone will want to see your apartment. Bachelor pads have the stigma of being very “Bond-esque,” but how practical is a secret door that’s hidden behind a sleek bookshelf? Here are some tips on how to pull off a bachelor pad when you’re not saving the world (but could easily be mistaken for trying). Read the rest of this entry »
Life is a crazy ride. You may think you have your five-year plan written in stone, or you might not even have a five-month plan worked out. Regardless of where you stand, you will always need a roof over your head. So, when is it best to buy furniture to fill your apartment, and when is it best to rent an apartment that’s already furnished? Let’s look at the different situations you may find yourself in and consider whether buying or renting is the smarter option. Read the rest of this entry »
Will you only be in town for the summer?
Do you have a serious case of wanderlust?
Are you searching for a new job but unsure where it might be?
Is the thought of signing a long-term contract enough to get you pulling out the Pepto?
If so, you may want to think about renting with a month-to-month lease. If you’re not ready or able to commit to a fixed-term lease, the flexibility might be exactly what you need. Read on to learn more about why you may (or may not) want to think about a different form of leasing. Read the rest of this entry »