You Can Now Rent West Elm Home Accessories From Rent the Runway

Making over your bedroom on a budget just got a whole lot easier.

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Our favorite clothing rental website Rent the Runway keeps our closets—and our wallets—the happiest. But now, for the first time ever, the iconic company is expanding its offerings beyond apparel and accessories.

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West Elm

Yes, Rent the Runway is partnering with West Elm, and no, we’re not crying—you are.

Available to subscribers in early June, West Elm is releasing 26 product bundles (curated for living rooms and bedrooms) available to rent on Rent the Runway’s website. It’s official, we can finally redecorate without going broke.

“We know that clothing is often a vehicle to help people feel confident and expressive, and this new partnership will unlock that feeling through home decor,” says Jennifer Hyman, Co-Founder and CEO of Rent the Runway.

The offerings vary in aesthetic from off-center abstract pillows to ribbed throw blankets and colorful quilts, boasting organic cotton textures, velvet and hand-spun silk. Each bedroom bundle includes everything you need to give your space new life, including a quilt, throw or blanket; shams; and decorative pillows.

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West Elm

So, whether you’re having a dinner party, your in-laws are in town or you just need a little spring pick-me-up, have at it! Members can keep the bundles for as long as they want, and if you’re still in love with how your space looks after a few weeks, purchase at a discounted rate is available.

If you’re as excited about this launch as we are, you may want to get notified as soon as the bundles hit (here). Happy Decorating!

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