This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT. All opinions are 100% mine.
How often do you browse Pinterest drooling over a furnished room that is completely different from the style you’re currently living with? Furniture is so expensive that it’s not something that you can buy then replace after a few months later if you don’t like it. Furniture rental may be your answer if that’s you. There are many reasons to consider furniture rental:
College Students: My nephew has one semester left in college but didn’t get a dorm room. My sister-in-law has been scrambling to come up with furniture for him. CORT Furniture Rental would provide everything he needs in just one trip. And he can return it all at the end of the semester without storing it in her garage!
Military: Many military families move often and don’t always move into the same size home. Furniture rental can help fill in rooms and be returned if your next home isn’t as large.
Short-term Work Assignments: Sometimes furnished apartments are available. If not, furniture rental can be an option to help your short-term housing feel more like home. I learned something new as I was researching this article, too. CORT even rents items like microwaves, toaster ovens, sheets, comforter sets, even a Keurig machine!
Visitors: Especially during the holidays, you may have family or friends coming for an extended visit and you don’t have enough places for everyone to sleep, eat, or relax. CORT has a sleeper sofa that would be a perfect dual purpose solution for extra visitors. But I want to focus on the last one…
Trying Out a New Style: I’m a procrastinator. It takes me FOREVER to decide just where to hang a painting. Sometimes I feel frozen by so many choices. But if I rent furniture that could take away some of the worry of making the wrong investment on furniture.
It’s easy to go to your local CORT Furniture Rental store and pick out what you like and have it delivered. Then you can see it in your home, rearrange it, and live with it for a while before committing to a drastic new style. If you don’t, there’s no obligation. You can return it and try something else.
I always assumed that CORT just rented furniture, but they also have lamps, wall art, rugs, and even throw pillows! I’m always shocked when I look at the price of furniture! Especially sofas. But the sofas at my local CORT start at $47 a month.
So consider furniture rental the next time you get the urge to redecorate! Leave a comment and let me know if you’ve ever rented furniture and why.
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim