The time has come to move out of your parent’s nest and head off to college or university. But wait, you haven’t purchased any furniture yet!
The start of another school year is right around the corner! Whether you are returning for another year or beginning your very first semester, the process of moving into college housing or off campus apartments can be stressful. Often times, it is hard to figure out where to even begin!
To help you through the process, there are a few key considerations to keep in mind.
Living in college dorms or apartments can often leave students feeling frustrated or simply indifferent about their décor. Not to mention, many students live with one or more roommates, making decorating a difficult task. However, it is important for students to have a welcoming and relaxing space no matter how temporary the living situation.
You’re finally ready to move out of the dorms and into your first college apartment. Congratulations! This is an exciting moment in your life that you’re sure to look back on fondly. You’ll never forget this first apartment, so make sure it’s perfect for you.
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.
CORT Furniture can cover all student furniture rental needs, but when it comes to finding a place to fit all of your stuff into your new living arrangement, you may have discovered your first challenge! CORT Facebook friend, Krista Weaver, says that “storage, storage, storage!” is the key to organization, and we definitely agree.
CORT student furniture rental packages can provide you with flexibility when you are furnishing your first apartment during college. At a time in your life where you may not know what the coming years will bring with regards to jobs, future internship opportunities or additional schooling, CORT Furniture can provide you with temporary furnishings that suit your transitional lifestyle.