Is your living space feeling a bit cramped? If you find yourself constantly bumping into furniture or stepping over clutter, you may need to take an innovative approach to enhancing the functionality of your space. Fortunately, there are ways to create the home of your dreams, even with less square footage.
The summer may be more than half way over, but it is not too late to create a fashionable yet functional patio or outdoor space to help you soak up the rest of the warmer months. In addition to serving as a great way to relax or entertain guests, patios are an extension of your home so it is important that they reflect your personal style.
When you step into your office, what comes to your mind? Do you find the space offers a nice work environment? Are you proud to bring clients into your office for meetings? Or does your lackluster workplace leave you uninspired and unmotivated?
Each year I look forward to attending NeoCon®, which is North America’s largest design exposition and conference for commercial interiors. This event gathers over 40,000 architecture and design professionals in Chicago for three days of non-stop resources, energy, and ideas.
The home staging process can be tricky, especially if you are undertaking it on your own. You want your home to look put-together, but not overdone. You also want it to have style, but not so much personality that it becomes unattractive to some buyers.
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.
Identifying Accent Pieces
There are many items that can constitute an accent piece. Furniture rental is one way to decorate your home with small accent furniture items like chairs, end tables, and ottomans. But furniture rental of accent pieces can also encompass such items as artwork, sculpture, throw pillows, throw blankets, and plants.
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.
In the coming months, students across the country will be buying supplies and books, making arrangements for their apartment and student furniture rental, and heading back to school for the fall semester. In recent blogs, we have addressed a series of issues related to this seasonal student migration.