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The world has changed by how we work and live our lives. Use to, we all got up in the morning to head to our office for a day of work, a 9am to 5pm routine. Today, it’s all different. People work from anywhere they want through their devices and computers. I must say, after changing my business model from a brick and mortar showroom to having a design network of services made up of a virtual design, an e-commerce, and a design blog, I like the freedom it gives me. I have no borders on where I can work. There is something extremely freeing about not being anchored down.
With a more transit world, we need more transit solutions with filling our space with things that are not too permanent, giving us the ability to change our atmosphere to fit our work and lifestyle at any given moment in time. CORT Furniture Rental is one such company that answers the need for a flexible lifestyle. Let’s explore the benefits to renting furniture:
Renting Furniture – Why Use a Furniture Rental Service?
When I was in college and living off campus my roommate and I had to pitch in to fill our apartment with the necessary furnishings. We had to beg, borrow and steal from mom and dad to make it all work. When we got done our apartment looked like the coat of many colors and not in a good way. The other nuisance we had to deal with was moving it 6 hours away from home which cost us additional money. At the end of each year, we had to think about what to do with the stuff while we were away for the summer and putting it in storage cost us moving and monthly storage fees. The point is it was simply a waste of money and a hassle.
A better solution for college students is renting furniture. It’s there when you need it, and gone when you don’t. CORT Furniture Rental, the national industry leader in the furniture rental space, literally will design it, deliver it, and pick it up. For $119.00 a month, it’s a no sweat solution and it is so worth it! As a student, you have more important things to stress about than having to buy new furniture, rent furniture and simplify your world.
Temporary Job Placement
Many people work temporary contract positions that keep them moving from town to town. No matter how long you will be staying somewhere you want to be comfortable. Furniture rentals let you choose the package that fits your lifestyle. It’s a flexible solution for flexible living.
As a business owner for 25 years, I know the transitions that businesses face when growing, relocating, and navigating the changing economic landscape. Being able to choose flexible business solutions that can grow and change with your business needs is smart. Just like outsourcing services have become a popular choice for businesses, so have flexible office solutions. Other services provided to business through this type of service include.
48-hour delivery which reduces downtime for the business.
A large inventory of business solutions to project your business look and feel.
Home staging is so needed if you are a realtor, model home builder or interior designer like myself. Having a source to go to in order to get what you need to represent a property in it’s best light is extremely important. It can make the difference between a sale or no sale. Having an inventory library of furniture and accessories to pull from to create the home interior you want to project is the perfect solution and CORT is my go to for this.
Anyone can find themselves temporarily displaced from home. Whether you are in a rental awaiting your new home to be built or you are in a transitional time in your life, renting furniture might just be what you need. Instead of running out and buying furniture that may or may not fit into your next home think about using a furniture rental solution.
Patricia, like her blog, is not a one-dimensional designer, which is evident in her accolades of 17 national design awards. Over a 38-year career in the industry, she has carved a niche in several areas of design. Licensed in interior design and certified in kitchen and bath design, she offers a full menu of design services ranging from whole house interior design, kitchen and bath design, lighting design, full remodels, commercial design and universal (ADA) design.
Patricia is a sought-after speaker in the industry and has been published in many publications as seen on her interior design firm’s website, https://www.patriciadavisbrowndesigns.com/. She writes for such publications as QuinStreetinc, Relaxed Remodeler, and eHow.com talent offering design tips.
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