To Furnish or Not to Furnish

Unfurnished practice space

5 minutes

When it comes to furnishings and rental spaces, you have two options: furnished and naked. (Before you get any wild ideas, “naked” just means sold with no furniture or office equipment – just a bare space.) As with many of the decisions you’ll have to make about your practice, both options come with a list of pros and cons. Here are a few to consider as you’re pondering which direction to go. 

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