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Furniture Rental for the New School Year

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

Sofa furniture rental
Colleges around the country are starting this week and next and students (and their parents) have been thinking and planning and stressing all summer. As a freshman, moving out of the house may seem like a big challenge when you have to shop for all new necessities needed to get started and the sheer number of options can be stress inducing on their own. Whether it’s a dorm, a private residence, or an apartment full of roommates, your shopping list is bound to be a long one.

There is, however, one way to remove stress surrounding college living arrangements. Rather than invest loads of money on new furniture for your new student or deal with the hassle and expense of moving furniture items to campus, furniture rental is the stress-free and cost-effective way to provide a student with everything he or she needs. After dealing with the chaos of move-in day, you’ll be wishing someone else was doing the heavy lifting!

Most likely the housing you chose is temporary and contracted for the term of the school year. When the school year ends, you’ll have decisions to make about what to do with your furniture – do you put it in storage? Ship it home? Give it away to someone who is staying for the summer? And next fall you’ll be in the same predicament. With furniture rental, you can choose your items from the comfort of your computer or smartphone, select the delivery and pick-up dates, and forget about it. No storage fees, no backbreaking lifting, no shipping fees, no wear and tear, and no stress about what to do with all that stuff.

Dorm rooms come furnished with the simplest of pieces, giving the room that predictable bare-bones look. If you’re looking for something a bit more ‘grown up’, particularly for grad students or upper classmen, furniture rental provides a mature ambience.

Also, more often than not it’s the little things that make a temporary college room feel like home. Accent items, artwork and plants are available for rent and offer an easy way to decorate and keep a room from looking like it belongs in Dorm Monthly magazine.

It’s well known that a college education is a stressful and costly ordeal; some of those stresses and costs can’t be avoided, but furnishing your college room doesn’t have to be one of them. Check out this infographic on the stressed life of a college student and the ways to make the experience more enjoyable.

A Cure For The Stressed Life of A College Student

by WpromoteInc.
Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.