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5 Reasons Why Furniture Rental is Your Solution to Home Furnishing

Updated on August 13, 2020
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One of the resident bloggers of Føerni, Chinny is a grammar fiend, environment-lover, and amateur interior designer by nature.

Just moved to Hong Kong and are looking to furnish your new place? Or maybe you’ve lived in Hong Kong for a while now and are dreaming of filling your apartment with some new pieces? Whatever the case, we’ve got the perfect solution for you. Furniture rental. Never heard of furniture rental before? Here are 5 reasons why furniture rental can help you solve all your home furnishing problems.

1. You save yourself a LOT of time

In today’s fast-paced world, time is money and the currency we all desperately need. If you’re a busy bee set on conquering the world, you don’t really have time to go from furniture shop to furniture shop speaking with vendors, fixing logistics like delivery or pickup, or even just setting up your piece of furniture.

With furniture rental, everything is done online at your own time. Browse through furniture rental companies’ curated collections and simply fill up your cart with pieces you love. Not sure what you want? Don’t worry, they can help you come up with an aesthetic vibe too! Once you’ve paid, they will also take care of the delivery and installation of your pieces, giving you the option of a stress and hassle free process from start to finish. Now that’s definitely not a bad deal!

2. You can stagger your payments and ease the strain on your bank account

It’s understandable why a lot of people tend to shy away from buying furniture. Let’s be real: They can be expensive. And if you’re looking to furnish your apartment or home with multiple pieces (e.g. tables, chairs, sofa, bed, lamps, etc.) it’s quite probable that you’ll be saying goodbye to your savings, right?

This is where renting to own furniture can come in handy. Think of it like a monthly subscription service. Instead of paying the total amount and accumulating an impressively high bill, you’ll pay monthly installments until you cover the total price of the piece you want to own. The best part is that you’ll never pay more than the retail price, making high quality furniture so much more accessible to everyone.

3. You can change your mind

Here’s the thing with buying furniture upfront — it’s a commitment. You can’t really change your mind if you decide that this sofa doesn’t look as great as you thought it would in your living room. With furniture rental, if your tastes change, you can easily swap your piece for another one that suits you better.

Maybe you want to try out some minimalist or vintage pieces? Maybe you saw some amazing interior design inspiration in a magazine and want to see if you can emulate it? This won’t be a problem when you’re renting furniture.

And while there’s nothing wrong with commitment, there are definitely some benefits to being allowed the freedom to change your mind.

4. You are guaranteed high quality pieces

If you’re on a budget, it’s understandable that you’d go for the cheapest option available. Maybe you’ll look up second-hand furniture or buy from Buy and Sell Facebook groups or other websites. Now, thanks to furniture rental, you don’t have to worry about questionable items.

You can find companies that carry pieces from well-known local and international brands such as Magis, Hay, Normann, Louis Poulsen, Muuto, Design House, Vitra, Gus, and more. You can have your dream home without having to sacrifice your savings!

5. You can extend a piece of furniture’s life and help the environment

Did you know that approximately 9 million tons of furniture end up as waste every year? That’s a lot of furniture, and simply throwing out a piece of furniture you don’t use or don’t want anymore could have negative effects on the environment.

The great thing about furniture rental is that they try to extend each piece of furniture’s life span. So if you’re tired of your dining room table or are moving to another place and don’t know what to do with your sofa, some companies will even come pick it up for you and make sure it doesn’t go to waste.

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