Leasing or renting furniture offers fantastic flexibility. You may have just moved here and don’t want to make any rash purchasing decisions. Perhaps you’re renovating your home and need some temporary pieces. Then there’s the environmental factor; furniture hire means less waste. If you’re an expat, you might recognise this routine: move into a new house; buy furniture; then pack, sell or give pieces away, and move along to another country. Renting furniture in Singapore can make things a lot simpler! These furniture rental companies can help you achieve your dream look without fuss, or a huge budget.
Gallery 278 for renting furniture in Singapore
Gallery 278 by Esco Leasing is an established company that provides furniture for both retail and rental. One of their unique aspects is the use of reclaimed teak wood and other sustainable materials from their factory in Central Java, Indonesia. This allows them to craft custom built and bespoke, yet sustainable pieces, even for lease-to-own programs. This also ensures that their collection of furniture is of highest quality and durability. Whether you are moving into a new apartment or just wanting a revamp, furnishing your space with the right pieces can make all the difference.
Esco Leasing has various furniture pieces and plans that are both affordable and convenient and suit every style and budget. Their customisation options include making US/UK/AUS International sizes bed frames and mattresses. They have even designed extra-large dining tables for embassy homes.
Another advantage of furniture leasing with Esco is that you have the flexibility to select or upgrade your furniture according to your changing needs or preferences. They also provide logistics and maintenance of the furniture and help with space planning and accessorising your home.
Furniture rental tips from Esco Leasing’s Felicia Koh
- Determine your budget: Before you start searching for a furniture hire provider, it is important to have a clear idea of how much you wish to spend on furniture leasing. This will help in your home furnishing selection and avoid overspending.
- Check the lease terms: It helps to carefully read and understand lease terms before signing up for furniture leasing. Look out for details such as the leasing period, payment options, delivery and installation fees, and the terms and conditions for returning the furniture. Esco Leasing has various furniture lease plans with flexible options of Pure or Residual Lease, feel free to speak with any of their friendly leasing staff.
- Choose furniture that matches your style: While it is important to prioritise functionality and practicality, it is also important to choose furniture that matches your style and complements your existing decor. Some expats end up falling in love with the pieces selected here. So much so that they choose to bring the pieces back with them when they head home.
203A Henderson Road, #11-01
6737 2322 | gallery278.com
WTP The Furniture Company for furniture hire in Singapore
WTP The Furniture Company carries a mix of styles, from classic to contemporary. It starts from a very basic range for something that is easier on the wallet all the way up to something more luxurious.
Choose to lease just one item or furniture for all rooms and even carries decorative accessories such as art, vases, sculptures, rugs etc. Lease periods range from 12 to 36 months, or you can opt for short-term one-month rentals with refurbished furniture that can be renewed monthly for a quick fix. Or a longer duration where you get to curate the pieces in your home. You’ll also have access to warranty and maintenance services. If you have something specific in mind, the team can customise the colour, fabric and wood-finishing of your furniture.
Furniture rental can be the more sustainable option for a temporary housing solution rather than buying low quality products that end up in the city dump in a couple of years. An in-house interior design team will also be able to help create a package and look for you based on your budget, lifestyle and interior design style. This saves you time to spend on other things.
Rental tips from WTP’s Naazli Somjee
- If you’re not thinking of buying a piece after leasing, take the chance to try out different or unconventional styles. If you are going to buy, get advice on how the furniture will fit in your current and future home, both from a design and size perspective.
- Take the measurements for the furniture you’re considering and mark those measurements on the floor using tape. This will help you imagine the right size for a piece when choosing furniture.
3 Kung Chong Road
6235 2760 | wtpstyle.com
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