If you rent an empty apartment or unit, you will obviously need furniture unless you plan on living life on the floor. Custom furniture, rent to own furniture, rental furniture and buying ready-made pieces are all choices you will have to consider but, in this article, we will be talking about how to choose the best rental furniture pieces for your home.
The first thing you should consider is your budget. How much money can you afford to set aside each month to pay for furniture rental? Would it cut into the funds for necessities such as rent, food, and utilities? Are you willing to sacrifice your pocket money and weekend outings for high-end products or are you satisfied with cheap furniture as long as it functions? You should never spend more than you can afford to.
After you figure out how much you can afford to spend on furniture, you should move on to finding out more about furniture rental shops in Singapore. Information is your best friend. Read customer reviews, visit stores, examine the quality to determine the best furniture rental store to conduct your business.
When you’ve narrowed it down to the best stores for you, let the furniture rental process commence!
The first thing you should do is take measurements. You will need an idea of how much space you have to work with and how much furniture can comfortably fit into your home without being overwhelming or cluttered. Do not wait until moving day to figure out that the couch you like is too big to fit in your living room or even through the door!
It is important to note that not every inch of your space needs a piece of furniture. Minimalism is really trendy right now and one or two unique pieces can make your apartment look super modern and chic.
Take your colour scheme into account. What colour or kinds of furniture will pair well with beige walls? What would clash with blue ceilings?
After taking measurements or acquiring them from your landlord and considering the colours in your home, visit the furniture rental store or browse their website to see what pieces you like. Prioritise your purchases and ensure that you have a mental or physical list of all the necessities. This includes your bed, dining table, chest of drawers and so on. After doing this, you can proceed to rent decorative pieces and other pieces of furniture. You won’t find yourself with tons of junk and a little of what you actually need.
Go for highly functional or multipurpose pieces such as beds with drawers within in, sofas that double as beds, coffee tables with shelves and coat racks that can hold hats. This way you’ll save a pretty penny and get more for less!
Hopefully, these tips will help you choose the best rental furniture pieces and soon you can turn an empty space into your own personalised haven!