Office furniture rental may have been your company’s first step towards supporting a more sustainable office environment. Making the office a greener, more environmentally friendly place not only benefits the planet, it also can save your business money.
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.
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.
The goal of home staging is to make it appeal to the widest number of people, while remaining welcoming and attractive. Ultimately, you want potential buyers to imagine themselves living in the home. Statistically, furnished housing is easier to sell. But furnishings often reflect very specific personal tastes.
Whether we are staging a home, adding to our office or preparing an event, planning the arrangement of our furniture can be quite puzzling. While CORT offers services to help bring together approved stagers and consumers, for the do-it-yourself planner, we’d like to provide a few recommendations to help you artfully provide a look, feel and ambiance to your space of choice.
As you may already know, CORT offers home staging solutions as part of its comprehensive relocation services packages. Home staging is a rapidly growing industry, and it’s not hard to see why. After all, it helps sell your home more rapidly by increasing its appeal to prospective buyers, a really desirable goal when you’re trying to navigate through the complex, potentially stressful process of moving.