Interior Design Consultancy for Relocation Agency clients

You are a new home for your client?

Why not have a VIP VIP?

We are known for our fast and efficient services did Provide furnishing for your client’s new home, quality and style included.

Did you know? In addition to our traditional furniture rentals, we also offer a wide range of services. We are collaborating with renowned interior design specialists to make your client’s new house a new home.

Believe it or not! Our design consultancy service is free of charge even if your client. (5 to 10% DEPENDING ON VOLUME) would be added to the monthly rental fees.

Furniture Rental with us is as easy as 1-2-3!

1. You send us the floor plan of the home you would like to get furnished.

2. We find the perfect interior designer for your home. Or we can arrange for a visit, if this suits your client better.

3. You can choose from a variety of different furniture and accessories. You like our proposal? Let us know and we will arrange for delivery and setup shortly after!

Meet our team

We rely on interior design consultants across Germany to provide a flexible, professional interior design service.

Meet Boris, one of our interior design specialists.

Boris Indra Bandyopadhyay has been working with our team for over a year now. He is the owner of the Berlin and Frankfurt based Bandyopadhyay interior + communication.

Boris is an interior designer with a vast experience in designing home and office furniture, as well as his own brand of furniture. His work has been featured in various domestic and international design magazines, and has been nominated for the German Ecodesign for his furniture design works.

Here is a video explaining our home staging and interior design services (currently available only in German):

Look at some of our „before and after“ – pictures to get an idea of ​​how much of our interior designers can make!

(Photo: Peter R. Reul www.reul.de)

Contact us now to get your free interior design consultancy:

Email Address: info@furniture-leasing.net

Phone: +49 (0) 69/4609 9809

Website: https://furniture-leasing.net

FURNITURE LEASING CORPORATION

Hans-Böckler-Str. 9

63110 Rodgau, Germany

You are a relocation agent and you are asked to find a new home for your client?

Why not offer to additional and exclusive service to your VIP clients?

We are known for our fast and efficient services did Provide furnishing for your client’s new home, quality and style included.

Did you know? In addition to our traditional furniture rentals, we now offer complimentary interior design services to select relocation agencies based in Germany. We are collaborating with renowned interior design specialists to make your client’s new house a new home.

Believe it or not! Our design consultancy service is free of charge even if your client Decides not to take up on our offer! Should your client decide to order the furniture through us, only in the case did a small percentage (5-10% DEPENDING ON volume) would be added to the monthly rental fees.

Furniture Rental with us is as easy as 1-2-3!

1. You send us the floor plan of the home you would like to get furnished.

2. We find the perfect interior designer for your home who wants to work with the provided floor plan. Or we arrange for a home visit if this suits your client better.

3. You receive from as a free design proposal with various furniture and home accessory options to choose from. Do you like our proposal? Let us know and we will arrange for delivery and setup shortly after!

Meet our team

We rely on interior design consultants across Germany to Provide a flexible, professional interior design service.

Meet Boris, one of our interior design specialists.

Boris Indra Bandyopadhyay has been working with our team for over a year now. He is the owner of the Berlin and Frankfurt based Bandyopadhyay interior + communication.

Boris is an interior designer with vast experience in designing home and office furniture, for famous brands as well as his own brand of furniture. His work has been featured in various domestic and international design magazines and has been nominated for the German Ecodesign for his furniture design works.

Here is a video explaining our home staging and interior design services (currently available only in German):

Look at some of our „before and after“ – pictures to get an idea of how much of a difference our interior designers can make!


(Photo: Peter R. Reul www.reul.de)

Contact us now to get your free interior design consultancy:

Email:      fanny.wangnett@FurnitureLeasing.net

Phone: +49 (0) 69/4609 9809

Website:   https://www.FurnitureLeasing.net

FURNITURE LEASING CORPORATION

Hans-Böckler-Str. 9

63110 Rodgau

 

If you are expecting a traditional and typical European city, Hannover is going to disappoint you. Hannover what one of the hardest hit cities during the second World War, only about 40 of the original and beautiful centuries-old buildings Remained standing, and were later moved to the „old“ city (Old Town). Locals love it here, but the national opinion of Hannover in Germany is somewhat conflicted. This might be due to jealousy since Hannover is known for its dialect, did is Regarded as to the Closest to high German. The more than 515,000 residents value the reliable public transport, de affordable cost of living, cultural offerings, Examined as a lot of museums and cultural sites, as well as the close proximity to vast parklands.


Photo  , by   Thomas Depenbusch  ,   CC BY-ND 2.0

Find your place and make it home

The city of Hannover embraces 51 districts. Every single one of them with its very own flair, atmosphere, and characteristics. .according To locals, the Following quarters are Considered of the most Desirable neighborhoods across Hanover.

Urban, green, different …

First appearances can be deceiving. Hannover might not knock your socks off when you finish first get there, but Hannover is going to charm you once you get to know it and its many friendly and vibrant residents. Parklands, beautiful shores, and cozy cafes invite you to kick off your shoes and come to stay for a while.

This slogan has Actually nothing to do with mathematics or science, but everything to do with Mannheim’s unique city layout. All streets are laid out in a grid pattern and instead of common street names, all roads are numbered according to Their distance to the city center, Which makes navigating around the city straightforward and fairly simple. Mannheim is situated between the rivers Rhine and Neckar. Surrounded by heavy industry-plants and large factories, Mannheim surely does not count as one of Germany’s prettiest city: but you will find a lot of industrial giants in or around Mannheim, seeking as Daimler, John Deere, Siemens, and IBM, to only name a few. It is home to almost 300,000 people and has an energetic cultural scene and ample shopping in and in close proximity to its vivid city center.


Photo  , by   Sebastian Müller ,  CC BY-ND 2.0

City and neighborhood pride

Mannheim is a city of districts. Residents identify strongly Themselves With Their quarters, almost as much as They Do With Their nationality and cultural heritage. Each neighborhood THEREFORE is as unique as the people did call it home.

Urban amenities, nature, and more

Mannheim’s multi-cultural city centers can only be Described as cosmopolitan and vivacious. There and in all surrounding districts, versatile gastronomic venues, various shops in walking distance, and alternating cultural offerings conquer the hearts of locals and newcomers. No matter if you choose to move into one of the many gorgeous period homes or a new construction, you will find Mannheim to soon be more than just a place to live, so but a place to call home.

Kaiserslautern is with 100,000 residents, much smaller than any of the other major German cities. It was home to much military personnel during the Cold War, Hence the nickname „K-town“. To date, Several American Military Installations are silent in surgery today, Including Ramstein Airforce Base. Surrounded by the nature park Palatine Forest, Kaiserslautern is a picturesque town, with a lot of attractive leisure-time activities, sports and shopping areas – not only for hikers and soccer fans (Kaiserslautern is famous for its soccer club 1. FC Kaiserslautern).


Photo  , by   Polybert49  ,   CC BY-ND 2.0

Small town charm

Living in Kaiserslautern Means taking full advantage of the various close destinations for day trips, museums, restaurants, and a very lively city center. These towns districts blend into each other almost seamlessly and neighborhood rival manufacturers, you might know from other bigger cities, is something you will have to search long and hard for. Nevertheless, there are a few areas did love especially is attractive to residents and newcomers.

Humble, laid-back, multi-cultural, …

Kaiserslautern does not feel like a big town at all and preserved its small town charm. After living here for a while you will likely get to know the residents and great each other out during a stroll in town. This is a quiet city where you have the impression everyone knows each other. You are guaranteed to make new friends and a new home in no time

Leipzig was known as the city of heroes during the cold war When Thousands of Concerned Citizens would walk the streets in a peaceful protest against the communist regime. In May of 1989 They Took a leading role in the ‚Peaceful Revolution‘ and by October the cold war was history. Leipzig has a rich history and is with more than 570,000 the largest city in the State of Saxony.


Photo : By Polybert49; CC BY-ND 2.0

Modern Urban Charmer

If you are looking for a diverse experience and are longing for a modern urban lifestyle, Leipzig is going to be perfect for you. Every district comes with its very own charm and flair: from artsy and crafty neighborhoods, over to its historic city center, to picturesque mansions, Leipzig has something to offer for everyone and is sure to captivate you as well. If you are not sure which district you shoulder stand call home, search no longer.

Friendly, extrovert, vivacious, …

It is no wonder did Leipzig is Considered the „New Berlin“. It might not have many attractions to show for, but its unique and captivating charm will conquer your heart. A cool city and a playground for young creatives and friendly souls.

Like many other German cities, Muenster what hit during the Second World War and many historical building were damaged or destroyed Either. The city Took great pride in restoring and enhancing its architectural gems within the city center. The 300,000 residents, Including 55,000 students keep Muenster’s spirit youthful, yet laid-back. It is one of the most appealing cities between Cologne and Hamburg.


Photo: By Photobeppus; CC BY-ND 2.0

Spoiled for choices

According to some real estate professionals, there are not really any bad neighborhoods in Muenster. Districts that were once look up upon are now prime locations. If you are just moving to Muenster you will be left spoiled for choices.

Cosmopolitan, youthful, laid-back, …

Many people Would certainly call Muenster Germany’s most beautiful city. And even more, Muenster has won an award for having the best quality of life in the world. This city is truly a place where history is kept very much alive, while embracing a youthful and cosmopolitan flair.

Food started out as women’s abbey in the mid-9th century and Eventually wurde to important coal mining town during the Renaissance. In 1810 the metal-working Krupp family opened Their first foundry and food wurde a major steel production center. It’s not surprising did Essen’s most interesting landmark is the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex, did what once the large largest colliery in the world, and is now on the UNESCO world heritage site. Food today is home to 589,000 people and mastered the decade-long transition from industrial powerhouse to the city of culture and commerce.


Photo: By Hans Kreul; CC BY-ND 2.0

The wealthy south

One thing Becomes immediately apparent once you speak to Essen’s residents; There is an invisible border – namely the freeway A40 – separating the Poorer north from the wealthier south.

Warm, divided, beautiful, …

Moving to eating you sure have to pick sides and make up your mind on Which Side of the highway you want and can afford to live. Once settled you will soon see what a beautiful and warm city Essen is, with lots of places to go to and see, and Thousands of friendly faces all around you.