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Student housing can be snug at best, and finding room for all of your belongings can be challenging enough, let alone choosing student furniture rental pieces that work in the space. Regardless of how little space you have, you will still need a place to eat, places for guests to sit, and room to move around. The great news is, how you choose to arrange your furniture can make all the difference in making your small space stylish and comfortable.
Last week on our furniture blog, we shared tips about how young women can can use student furniture rental and other creative solutions to make the best use of their apartment space. This week, we’re focusing on the men! In general, men have different needs for organization, but the principles are the same. With a strategic approach, you can create a high-class, low-maintenance, and efficient space.
Fitting all of your belongings into your first student apartment can be challenging. This week we will focus on how young women can use student furniture rental and other creative solutions to economize their space while maintaining a sense of order, functionality and style.
Last week on the furniture blog we discussed storage ideas for small apartment or dorm living in college. This week, we take on areas of your living space that can benefit from organization. Once you have these three areas in check, you can save time and not have to worry about last minute changes of plans, or all night study marathons!
The holidays are over and your house still looks more than a bit untidy? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. Learn how to clean up three types of clutter with these tips for starting off your year right, with an organized home.
2012 is almost over, which means that you get to look forward to a new year full of success, failure, surprise and change. If you’re thinking about taking a big step in the new year, why not start with your home? Here are some ways to reinvigorate your home in 2013.
It’s that time again – time to evaluate the previous year and make plans for improving in the next. One thing you might find yourself focusing on is your home. It’s sure been a while since you’ve done a thorough update, hasn’t it? Then resolve to add some style to your home in 2013 with these three ideas!
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to add some new style to your home in 2013, you’ll definitely want to look into incorporating the top shades of the year. Home furniture rental, a few coats of paint, or just a couple new accessories are all great ways to incorporate the shades. So what is the color trend forecast for 2013?
Is your bedroom in need of a little sprucing up? From curtains to clearance furniture, there are so many ways you can improve your bedroom’s look without spending lots of money. Maybe you’ve decided to change the look of your whole home; maybe you have re-upped the lease on your apartment and would like to personalize your space; or maybe you just want to make some little changes in order to mix things up.
Designing with an all-white theme is mind is a daring choice, but with the right tools and tips it can be pulled off to great effect. Don’t be afraid to make your home furniture rental choices crisp and clean! Going for an all-white room can be just as bold as choosing bright, fluorescent blue or dramatic dark walls.
Recently CORT Furniture put out the call on Twitter to HuffPost Home (@huffposthome) and Behr Paint (@BehrPaint) for tips on decorating rooms with dark walls. This week in our furniture blog we bring you tips from these and other decorating gurus, plus our own take on ways to make dark walls work in your home.
Whether you have a spacious foyer, a small hallway, or a casual mudroom, the entryway of your home is the first thing guests see. It is also, more often than not, the place you first hit when you come home. This is why every home needs a welcoming entrance. A good entryway serves two purposes: it is inviting, but it is also functional.
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