• Furniture rental for a Manchester Life

    Manchester Life, a joint venture between Abu Dhabi United Group and Manchester City Council, has not only been responsible for the significant regeneration of Ancoats and New Islington in recent years, but it has also become one of the most successful companies in the U.K.’s emerging build to rent sector.

  • Can you benefit from furniture rental?

    Temporary living calls for furniture rental

    You may be on a short-term work assignment, or a flood or fire victim living in a temporary space. If so, your situation calls for short-term furniture rental. You can rent furniture for one month or several – it’s entirely dependent on your needs. Furthermore, there are options when it comes to what and how much you rent – whether you’d like to rent by the room, or by piece; we can furnish your home quickly and efficiently. .


    Roomservice by CORT celebrated their sixth award win at the Association of Relocation Professionals’ Annual Awards Dinner in Westminster, London on 21st June. 

    The event is attended by HR companies, relocation companies and destination service providers, many of which are already clients of Roomservice by CORT. 

  • Furnishing Your Home After an International Move

    Moving country can be a challenge – not only culturally, but in logistical terms too. Whether you are migrating to a different country, or returning home from living abroad, an international move takes more than just hiring a mover to pack and transport your belongings. International distribution can be an expensive route, and you may have to sacrifice possessions if you wish to pay a little less. 

  • Creating A Centrepiece In Your Home

    With spring having just arrived, the new season offers a chance to refresh your room layout and bring in new design trends that can be embraced in your home. From bold prints, soft hues and mid-century modern décor, using the right furniture and accessories within your home can help to create an attention-grabbing stylish centrepiece in your home. 

  • How to Plan, Prepare and Pack for a Long-Distance Move

    A long-distance move is certainly exciting, but it can be terrifying at the same time – you’re essentially starting a new adventure, yet the process of getting your belongings from A to B can cause heaps of stress. Luckily, we have put together some tips to help make your long-distance move a stress-free transfer. 

  • Choosing a colour scheme for your home

    Home colour scheme basics
    First of all ask yourself: How do you want the room to feel?  Maybe you want the bedroom to be relaxing and peaceful, or perhaps you want your living room to feel sophisticated and stylish, and your kitchen to feel inviting and clean? Then think about what colours you associate with those feelings. Think about the colours that you like and that you are naturally drawn to. If you choose colours that you like, it follows that you will want to spend more time in rooms decorated in those colours.

  • Staging a house on a budget

    In order to make the space look as large as possible, it is best to remove or store any items of furniture you don’t need and really pare down the look.  Clutter can make a room look smaller than it is, your DIY home staging project should show off the space that is available, rather than fill the available space! 

  • The only way is furniture rental for Mark Wright

    We were excited to be asked by TV presenter Mark Wright to furnish his new four-bedroom show home in Chigwell to help entice prospective purchasers with some luxurious Essex style. Our in-house interior design team came up with a sophisticated and contemporary look to dress the property while it is on the market. 


  • Client Corner

    Name: Sharon Hewitt
    Job Title: MD
    Business: Chiltern Relocation 


    What does Chiltern Relocation specialise in?
    We specialise in top-tier employees dealing with main board directors and executives who often require a discreet bespoke service.

  • Roomservice by CORT win ARP Specialist Provider Award for 5th year

    Roomservice by CORT celebrated their fifth award win at the Association of Relocation professionals’ Annual Awards Dinner in Westminster, London on 21st June. 

    The event is attended by HR companies, relocation companies and destination service providers, many of which are already clients of Roomservice by CORT. 

  • Example inventory for a 2 bed property

    So you’re moving to the UK? That’s great news! You’ll be living in one of the most historic and culturally diverse countries in the world.

    The UK has a myriad of property types from period properties to urban apartments. Smaller period properties can often have quite small rooms, halls and staircases, so choose smaller items which can fit through the door of the property and won't take up too much space in the room.  

  • Step into Spring!

    Spring Greens

    Nothing says Spring like the colour green! If you're looking to brighten up the home, our beautiful new velvet Chatsworth sofa in green is the ultimate style statement. Alison Finegan, Interior Designer at Roomservice by CORT, says: "Our stunning Chatsworth sofa is a great feature item for a large bright room. Combine it with our Geneva coffee and lamp table for a layered look and add a quirky twist with our Manhattan floor lamp and Reflect Rug.”


  • 5 things to make your property stand out from the crowd

    As the snow clears and the mercury looks to rise above freezing, many of us look towards the Spring. Spring signifies for many, new beginnings, so it’s no surprise that the property market experiences a lift in instructions over the Easter period. 

    But with the housing market still sluggish, what can you do to get the best price for your property and make it stand out from the crowd?
    We spoke to Alison Finegan and Marie Pocock, our in-house Interior designers for help:


  • Top Tips for New Buy-to-Let Landlords

    With the rental market continuously gaining strength an increasing number of first time landlords are testing the water. Renting your property out can seem daunting at first, and the work you’ll put into it is can itself be a full time job. Follow these top tips designed for new landlords and we are confident you’ll be rental ready in no time at all.

  • Make Yourself At Home This Year With Affordable Furniture Hire

    Make yourself at home this new year with affordable furniture hire.
    With a new year comes prosperous new beginnings, here at Roomservice by CORT we work tirelessly all year round ensuring you have only the best service when it comes to your furniture needs. We don’t need a new year to kick us into shape, but some do. For those of you that feel ready for change, we are here to help. And what better reason to refresh and rejuvenate your environment then a fresh new beginning. 
    How does your environment effect you?

  • Learnings From the US Multi-Family Model

    Jeff Rowe, Vice President of our parent company CORT, presented a conference session explaining the role that furniture rental plays in turning a rental property into a home. Apartments are usually let unfurnished in the US but operators often offer a furniture rental service. This is supplied a third party furniture rental company such as CORT, which is the market leader, but offered as an extension of the property management company, giving tenants the option of renting furniture without the landlord having to invest in buying it. This model is readily transferring to the UK and we are already working with most of the main PRS operators.

  • Roomservice by CORT scoop Specialist Provider Award for the 2nd Year

    From left to right: Graham Smith, Managing Director, Khloe Parrish, Customer Services Consultant, Lloyd Lenson, Chief Operating Officer -CORT, Karen Counterman, Sales Director, Jo Rashbrook, Customer Services Consultant, Iain Crichton, Business Development Consultant.

    Roomservice by CORT celebrated their second award win at the Association of Relocation professionals’ Annual Awards Dinner in London on the evening of 10th September.


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