Rethink Furniture With Furnishare! [SPONSOR]

Posted on: April 14th, 2016 at 10:30 am by
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Living on a budget is tricky, especially in a city as expensive as New York. You didn’t come here to eat ramen and sit on folding chairs in the living room of your apartment, but sometimes that feels like your only choice after you see how much it costs to buy a couch and coffee table for your new place.
Luckily, there’s a whole new way to furnish your living space and save money while doing it. Furnishare is a new player in Manhattan, and they’ve opened up the sharing economy to include furniture and decor for your apartment.

How the Sharing Economy Is Changing Furniture Shopping

Why buy something you don’t want to keep forever when you can just borrow it for a while? That’s the idea behind the sharing economy, and it works with everything from bicycles to bedrooms. Why not furniture? Furnishare connects people who have great couches, tables and beds that they can’t use with renters who need to furnish an apartment or condo. You don’t have to shell out thousands of dollars on furniture you’ll be stuck with forever; instead, choose a subscription period and rent the items for a short time. Pricing starts at just $59 a month and includes any three items from their brand name catalogue. It’s easy and affordable, and it solves a furniture glitch for both renters and those who don’t want to deal with a large item they no longer need.

Furnishare Takes Care of the Heavy Lifting

You could borrow a bed or couch from your grandma, but Furnishare lets you browse online for chic items that you’ll actually be glad to use. Best of all, they deliver even the heaviest pieces of furniture directly to your door — you don’t have to lift a finger. Whether you’re signing on to Furnishare’s service to earn some money or opening a subscription for a great new bedroom set, Furnishare’s staff will pick up and drop even the heaviest items. Nothing could be easier — or more affordable.

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