Boxes are everywhere, the unpacking has begun, and a delicious deep dish pizza has been ordered – you’re officially moving in to your first place! Now, where do you even begin with furniture? Take a seat (on the floor?) and read on for ten pieces of furniture that every first apartment needs. Read the rest of this entry »
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If you are renting furniture for your home, or looking at furniture rental as an option for the future, take a look at these simple steps to keep your rented furniture looking as good as new.
Cover it up
Your dining room or kitchen table is most often the site of gatherings with family and friends, and thus susceptible to spills and scrapes. In order to keep your wood table looking its best, consider using a tablecloth or placemats when you’re enjoying a meal. If an accident happens and someone spills a glass, be sure clean up the spill immediately.
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Staging an apartment for prospective renters to tour? It can be tough to style a space in a way that appeals to lots of different kinds of renters. From big families to pet owners to seniors, a staged apartment should make anyone feel at home. So how do you pull off the perfectly staged apartment? Start with these five tips for apartment home staging success, and you’ll be on your way to happy new renters in no time.
Whether you are moving apartments and want to simplify the decorating process, or you’re a student in need of temporary furnishings, or you just want a new look for your place, furniture rental can be a smart way to decorate. And with plenty of options for every scenario, there’s a rental solution for everyone.
With tuition, books, food and monthly rent and utilities, students have a lot of expenses. And a full course load — or even just one or two classes — means there’s little time to spend working at a job. To make things easier, furniture rental company CORT just announced that they’ll be offering a student discount. For students moving into their first apartment, renting furniture can be a smart choice.
Buying used furniture is time-consuming and requires a lot of heavy moving and searching, and buying new furniture is a huge expense that many students just can’t afford. With rental furniture, the moving is done for you. Payments are made monthly, and the furniture is in showroom condition. For just a few dollars a day, your student apartment will be comfortable and beautifully furnished.
Student Discount Furniture Packages
CORT’s Student Discount Furniture Packages start at $99. Have a roommate? Add a second bedroom for $55. There are custom plans available, and you can even rent a flat-screen television and DVD player.
Here’s what’s included in each package:
- Living room: coffee table, end table, lamp, sofa with chair or loveseat
- Dining room: table and four chairs
- Bedroom: twin or queen bed with mattress, box spring, frame, headboard, dresser/mirror or chest, nightstand and lamp
- For an additional $45 per month, you can add a desk, bookshelf and chair.
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