It may not seem like it in most parts of the country right now, but spring is just a few weeks away. While you are cooped up inside waiting for the temperature to rise, look for areas where you can add accessories to breathe new life into your home. Accents such as faux trees and plants, mirrors, area rugs, lamps, and artwork can take any space from drab to fab without spending a fortune.
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.
CORT Furniture has a vast collection of used furniture that is available for sale at clearance furniture locations across the United States. We have everything from living room furniture sets to art for your wall. If you are looking for items to make your living room feel more comfortable or functional, we may have just what you need.
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.
Last week, the goal of our furniture blog post was to inspire you to consider making small changes in home decorating and furniture arrangement. Trying something different can do wonders for the look and feel of your space, whether you’ve moved into a new home or you’re just hoping to refresh a long lived-in abode. It starts with learning as much as you can about how to position furniture in a visually and mentally pleasing way.
As many of our furniture blog readers know, we at CORT are big fans of the home staging industry. A couple weeks ago we mentioned CORT would claim the top VIP sponsor slot at the Real Estate Staging Association international conference in Las Vegas this year.