Brook Furniture Rental takes pride in our services. For over 35 years, we have been providing families and businesses with high-quality rental furniture for homes, apartments, and offices. Not only do we have a wide selection of rental furniture, but we also provide exceptional service that is backed by a 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. Our team is ready to help you select furniture for every room in your home. You can leave all your bedroom, living room, dining room, and bathroom furniture needs to us.
We will take care of the big things, like the sofa, dining table, beds, etc. It is up to you to figure out the other details. For example, have you thought about dining room tablecloths, throw blankets or window treatments? These are essential decorative fabrics for every home. Combining our rental furniture with your fabric choices, your home’s interior will be on its way to looking fabulous.
Tablecloths: You decided to rent a nice dining room table in order to show it off. However, when having a dinner party, adding an extra layer of protection to the table is a good idea. Not to mention, tablecloths add decoration. You can find tablecloths in a variety of colors and styles. If your dining room chairs are upholstered, try to complement the color and pattern with the tablecloth you chose. Or find one that complements the dining room wall color.
Throw blankets: With winter rapidly approaching, we will have to turn on the heat soon. Finding the right inside temperature can be tricky. How do you keep the house comfortable, without getting cold yourself? Well, if you haven’t found the right temp yet, throw blankets are a necessity. Add one to the sofa and chair in the living room. This way guests and your family can feel comfortable inside during the winter months.
Window treatments: Choosing window treatments is not easy. It really depends on the style you want and the amount of privacy you need. During winter, window treatments tend to be heavier in fabric. Why not let the beautiful outdoors come through your windows. For the living room, consider floor-length curtains and in the dining room half-window treatments. Window treatments in living rooms and dining rooms tend to be for decoration, not privacy. Make sure the window treatments match with the room décor. Save this step for last!