How to Stay Warm in a Cold Apartment

Winter has the potential to be more challenging for traveling businessmen and women than other seasons. When you relocate to a cold place, life can quickly become uncomfortable. That discomfort worsens in a poorly insulated apartment. Even though this living situation is temporary, you’ll still feel better if you know how to keep a corporate…

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How to Protect Your Rental Furniture From Pets

They come in all shapes, sizes, breeds, and colors, but one thing every pet has in common is they’re part of the family. Every dedicated pet owner knows that sharing your home (even a temporary one) with your furry friend is a source of joy in life. Sure, pets can find their way into some…

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5 Tips for Keeping Your Furniture Clean

Renting furniture makes life easier when you’re in a transition, but it does come with the responsibility of keeping it in top condition. If you don’t know how to keep your furniture clean, you can find yourself in a bit of a mess—both at home and with your rental agency. Here are a few tips…

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The Best Furniture for Work/Life Balance

Working from home and working from an office are as different as night and day. When it comes to a home office, working from the comfort of one’s own private space has a multitude of benefits built right in: no commute, no pressure to look your best (at least, in a pre-Zoom world), and you…

Taking Care of Texas Medical Workers

As of the last week of May, more than 56,000 Texans have tested positive for COVID-19, and healthcare providers all over the state have been working around the clock to diagnose and treat them. If you’ve kept up to date with local news, you’ve likely heard heartwarming stories about Texas institutions supporting frontline heroes in…

Student Furniture Rentals – Renting Furniture for the School Year

Between registering for classes, buying books, and moving into a new dorm or apartment, it’s difficult to find time to go furniture shopping. Moving comes with a lot of upfront costs (on top of tuition), putting many students over budget before they have a chance to furnish their new place. If you or your kids…

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How to Make a Rental Space Feel like Home

Change is hard, and packing up to move to an unfamiliar city can be lonely. Living in a temporary rental space during a period of transition may feel different from settling in your permanent home. Make yourself more comfortable in your new living space by learning how to decorate your rental property to feel familiar…

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DIY Decorating Tips for Rental Apartments

Updating a Rental Property A house becomes a home with the addition of your own personal touches. Precious family heirlooms and unique artwork remind you of who you are and what matters most in your life. Why forget about your favorite decorative items when moving into a rental space? Temporary apartment upgrades are possible with…

Use Furniture to Make Your Rental Home Look Bigger

You’re temporarily relocating to a short-term lease apartment, and the space may be a little smaller than what you’re used to in your own home. Fortunately, you can use rented furniture to make the rooms in your apartment feel larger. Here are a few tips to consider when choosing and arranging your furniture. Move Furniture…

Tips to Prepare Your Short-Term Rental for Guests

You’re staying in a short-term rental apartment for a few months, and you decide to host some coworkers, neighbors, or clients. What do you need to do to get ready? Because you don’t have as many possessions here as in your own home, you probably don’t have too much clutter to contain. However, the downside…