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Author Miriam Beard once said, “Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” Studying abroad in college will not only open your eyes to a whole new world of people, places, and studies, but it will help you see the world in a whole new way.
For international exchange students, studying in the US can be an unforgettable experience. However, managing the details of finding a roommate, moving in and navigating all of the preparation can be extremely unsettling, especially when you are also dealing with a new culture and in many cases, a new language.
In the coming months, students across the country will be buying supplies and books, making arrangements for their apartment and student furniture rental, and heading back to school for the fall semester. In recent blogs, we have addressed a series of issues related to this seasonal student migration.
As summer comes to a close, parents and students alike are beginning to look ahead at the coming school year. While no one wants the relaxed pace and endless fun of summer to end, a little preparation, like looking into student furniture rental, can go a long way toward a successful transition. Here are a few tips for getting back into school mode that we hope will make the process a little easier.
Spring is here and summer is quickly on its way. In addition to getting your shorts out for the onslaught of sunshine, there’s also no better time to dive back into experimenting with food and hosting dinners. If you’re interested in entertaining this summer, don’t let your dining room dissuade you–here are some simple and quick ways to spruce it up for those afternoon brunches and dinners that go late into the night.
By now you’re familiar with all the ways CORT Furniture Rental can help with furniture rental across the U.S. But did you know that CORT is also in the U.K.? Roomservice by CORT is a furniture rental service that handles relocation, property marketing, and furniture rental for tenants.
Interior design inspiration can come from anywhere. Your favorite painting, an animal print, even the foods you eat can spark an idea that changes your entire interior. This week we’re focusing on artwork, and exploring how CORT Furniture Rental artwork can inspire a whole room.
It has been a particularly brutal winter in many parts of the country. Even in the comfort of a warm apartment in the company of family and friends, winter brings about unique challenges – dealing with being cooped up inside, staying exercise-inspired, worrying about the heating bill, and staying cold- or flu- free.
You can pull out all the stops to search for the best décor and artwork to don your walls or spend hours choosing the right rental furniture and deciding how to position it comfortably. But without the proper lighting it could all just go to waste.
Are you making the move to join the more than 40 percent of the nation’s workforce who work from home? Well, then it is time to clean out the clutter and begin designing your new home office. Unlike a traditional office environment which can be sterile and boring, look to put your own personality into your work space.
Commercial real estate is typically shown as an empty unit to potential renters to ascertain the size and layout of the space. However, by staging a vacant commercial space, a landlord can provide a better impression of the space, creating more interest and setting the stage for a deal in the shortest time possible.
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Furniture World -- CORT, a Berkshire Hathaway Company, announced that David Schwehm has joined the company as group vice president
Grand Rapids Business Journal -- One of the world’s largest sellers of rental furniture has re-designed its Grand Rapids showroom
The Washington Post -- Cort Business Services, the Chantilly-based supplier of furniture and fixtures, is quietly testing the waters of