This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT. All opinions are 100% mine.
These days it seems like our family is in a constant state of transition. With two growing boys at home and one away at college it seems like a month can’t go by without someone moving into, or out of, a room or an apartment.
In fact, just a couple of months ago, we moved Littlest out of the room he shared with Middlest into the room Oldest vacated when he left for college.
Only to move him back three weeks later when he decided (much to the chagrin of Middlest) that *maybe* he didn’t want to have his own “Big Boy” room quite yet. It’s now come to the point that we’ve considered putting wheels on everything.
Indeed, it’s a good thing we didn’t go out and spend a lot of money on new furniture. Then again, if we’d known about CORT Furniture Rental, it wouldn’t have mattered – they’d have it covered.
What? You mean you didn’t know you could rent furniture? You’re not alone – furniture rental isn’t something we even knew existed either, yet for a family with rapidly changing needs or non-permanent living arrangements, it makes perfect sense.
For example, we rent the home we live in now since we know we’ll be moving within the next year. The boys’ rooms could use some new shelving and storage, but we’re loath to buy new things that might not work in the new space.
When we rent furniture with CORT, we have the things we need for as long as we need them, and simply return them when we’re done.
Another thing to consider – when you move from a large space to a smaller one, what do you do with all the furniture that doesn’t fit? If you’re anything like us, those things turn into expensive wood-and-metal albatrosses that you need to pay to move, trip over in the garage, pay to put in storage – or worst of all, sell for a loss.
With CORT, they deliver the furniture, you use it for as long as you want, and they pick it up when you’re done. How easy is that?
Do you already have some core pieces that you want to build around? No problem. You can also rent individual pieces.
They also have a “kitchen essentials” package available, which we may need to look into for Oldest at this point because who knows where he’ll end up once his college career takes him to yet another city.
Needless to say – the options are endless so if you find yourself in a transitional phase CORT Furniture Rental has a variety of different options available in a wide range of price points.
I’d love to hear any tips and tricks from you all as well so be sure to comment below!