Whether you are moving in or moving out of a home, the issue of what to do about furniture can be stressful, to be sure. But what is the difference really, between purchasing furniture and furniture rental, and what’s the best choice for you?
The recent uncertainty in global markets has had an impact on all businesses, including the furniture rental industry. During the recession, many people stopped buying and leasing furniture. But recently, as the marketplace experiences a recovery, people’s interest in furniture is not only renewed, but increasing.
You may have heard the saying, “strategy wins wars.” In the battle for peace of mind in a life that attracts clutter, nowhere is this more relevant than in the home office. Today we are going beyond furnished housing to ask the question, “What is it that makes clutter so challenging in the home office?”
One of the advantages of renting furnished housing includes the experience and expertise of a highly qualified staff to help you make design choices that best fit your budget and your space. Choosing the right furniture for the space can go a long way in making a living area feel open and inviting.
From time to time on our furniture blog, we like to share the tips we’ve learned in the furniture rental business for keeping your furniture looking great. Last week we discussed how to clean fabric furniture. As promised, this week we will focus on how to maintain and clean your wood furniture.
Quality home staging goes beyond the placement of furniture. Whether you are an expert home stager or you are simply interested in bringing the secrets of interior design to life in your own home, here are some tips for creating an environment that brings furnished housing to life with the language of love.
With economists pointing to a buyer’s market in 2012, sellers are scrambling to make their homes more appealing and gain the edge. But you don’t necessarily need to do major renovations to make your home more attractive. In a buyer’s market, home staging can make all the difference in the sale of your home, and you can do home staging yourself by following a few simple guidelines.
Are you running out of time for your home staging project? There is so much to do and so little time! And most of all, everything has to be perfect. You may have been told before that there is a fine line between perfectionism and procrastination. It is easy to get overwhelmed by a large project with limited time.
In past furniture blog posts, we have stressed the importance of creating an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere for guests and potential buyers through home staging and rental furniture selection best practice. When you are dreaming up the perfectly arranged home, it is a natural step to also plan for guest overnight stays.
Feng Shui is an ancient system of Chinese aesthetics that has been popularized in the last few decades, and has become increasingly popular for home staging. The discipline of Feng Shui focuses on the balance and movement of energy throughout a business or home.