Bringing the outdoors inside is not a new concept in interior design, but the recent resurgence of this beautiful trend has brought with it some stunningly lovely, creative, and even quirky innovations on this earthy classic. In this week’s furniture blog, we’re focusing on classic examples and new twists on incorporating the outdoors into your home staging, furniture rental and interior design.
Moving can be stressful, especially for students. Conflicts with new roommates over student furniture rental, house rules, and more are not uncommon. In the past, students had to rely fully on their college to match them with a roommate. These days, many students are taking the process into their own hands, using Internet services such as easyroommate.com or roomsurf.com to find their own roommate.
Relocation can be hard on pets. Because pets tend to imprint on their environment, the confusing and even chaotic process of relocation can leave them stressed and nervous. However, with a little preparation, care and attention, you can keep your pet healthy and happy during the relocation process. Thinking ahead about the potential challenges can make all the difference.
An office relocation is a great opportunity to make the transition to a more sustainable office. Sustainability is not just a good idea, it can save money and promote innovative thinking. Here are a few tips for turning your office relocation into a green move.
Hello CORT Furniture fans! Today we want to share a testimonial from Candy Dumas, owner of Sweet Interiors by Candy. Dumas is a prominent interior designer, home stager and design consultant from the Houston area who uses CORT Furniture for her home staging projects.
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.
If you are moving to Canada, chances are you’ve got your hands full. Between finding a place to live and making all the necessary arrangements, the last thing you want to deal with is finding rental furniture in Canada. But the truth is, as much as you may love the furniture you currently own, shipping furniture internationally is an expense few people are prepared to accept.