Functional furnishings are key when it comes to designing small spaces, particularly a student apartment or dorm room. Adding multi-functioning pieces like bookshelves can create interest, while providing an option for cleaning up the endless clutter caused by textbooks and papers.
The holidays are over and your house still looks more than a bit untidy? Don’t worry – you’re not alone. Learn how to clean up three types of clutter with these tips for starting off your year right, with an organized home.
2012 is almost over, which means that you get to look forward to a new year full of success, failure, surprise and change. If you’re thinking about taking a big step in the new year, why not start with your home? Here are some ways to reinvigorate your home in 2013.
Clearance furniture from CORT can finally help you take on that clutter problem you’ve got. You know, the one you’ve been talking about tackling for ages. Don’t be ashamed – it happens to the best of us. The mail piles up on the dining room table. DVDs litter your living room floor. Clothes pile up on your bedroom chair. Here’s a room-by-room list of ideas for ways you can finally tame that clutter for good with just a few pieces of clearance furniture.
As summer comes to a close, parents and students alike are beginning to look ahead at the coming school year. While no one wants the relaxed pace and endless fun of summer to end, a little preparation, like looking into student furniture rental, can go a long way toward a successful transition. Here are a few tips for getting back into school mode that we hope will make the process a little easier.
You’re adjusting to your new environment, with a new office space and new systems and procedures to deal with or create. Relocating to a temporary office space and arranging office furniture rental can be very challenging, especially if it also means moving to a new city.
Your home staging efforts are almost complete. You’ve de-cluttered your main living areas. The front yard has that illustrious curb appeal. All of those extras are stored neatly out of sight–until a buyer wants to see the garage.