The best selection of rental furniture for Home Staging in Toronto!
Stager’s Source has the largest selection of home staging furniture rental in Toronto.
If you are a home owner, staging your home for sale, or a stager / designer needing rental furniture for a clients home,Â you are most likely to find what you need in our showroom. We are located in Toronto, near Dufferin and the 401.
Make an appointment to visit our furniture rental showroom and one of our experts will guide you and help you make sense of your space,Â colour scheme & style. Room by room, we will plan with you exactly what you need to rent in order to furnish your space.
We rent furniture to professional home stagers, interior designers, Realtors, and your average home owner too! If you are trying to sell a home for a client or for yourself, look no further because Stagerâ€™s Source has all the rental furniture you need!
We deliver in the Toronto Area! Our goal here at Stagerâ€™s Source is to make renting furniture as easy as possible. This includes our delivery service to anywhere in the Toronto area! For more information about the areas we serve, please call us at 416.785.0511
We do long term rentals! We rent our furniture for long term to people who are moving to Toronto temporarily for 6 months up to a year. Contact us today for special long term furniture rental pricing!
|“I have been working with Stagers Source for the past 5 years. I find that ordering is quick and easy, Tom, the warehouse manager, is extremely helpful and always finds me what i need.”Â - Donna Shapiro, Stager||“I want to commend you and your moving crew on the efficiency and professionalism with which you all operate as a team… it was a pleasure to work with you.“-Â Elizabeth Y, Home owner||“Your delivery team has been great yet again, i love the way the furniture looks in our house, keep up the good work!Â - Â Ivana K, Home Owner|
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HOW TO CHOOSE FURNITURE RENTAL FOR THE PERFECT HOME:
Furnishing a house is not as simple as it may seemâ€¦ you need to think of each roomÂ separately, and the property as a whole. Â Some helpful questions to think about:
- How many people will be living in the house at the same time?
- Will you be entertaining? How often?
- If so how many people do you expect to entertain?
- Will you be having overnight guests? If so, how often?
- Will you work from home?
- Will you need to set up an office?
LETâ€™S STARTÂ WITHÂ THE LIVING ROOM:
Basic design rule of thumb for a living room, the goal is to create a conversation area that is comfortable, inviting and not intimidating. The biggest mistake people make is just put furniture along each wall with no thought.
A traditional conversation area consists of a 3 seater sofa, and either a love seat (2 seater) or 2 arm-chairs.
The pieces should be placed either across from each other or at a 90 degree angle, close enough so when you sit there with a guest, you donâ€™t feel like you need to shout for the other person to hear you.
You should also be able to place your drink easily on the cocktail table in-front of you or beside you, without having to get up. Many people make the mistake of having a tiny coffee table and place the sofa too far to reach the table.
The rug should cover the complete floor space within the conversation area. Designers use a rug to define space and make the room feel cozy. If you have a very large space, you may want to have more seating, perhaps 2 sofas and 2 chairs, in this case you will probably need more than one cocktail table so we need to get creative, with a bench or 2 ottomans, and a coffee table on the other side.
Same rules apply to the family room, if you have one. If you have both, I like to use more formal furniture in lighter colour for the living room, and leather furniture for the family room, where you may have you TV set up and spend more time lounging around with your family.