What is Art Rental?
Do you want to add some personality to your home’s walls but cannot afford the high cost of original, high-end artwork? Process Art House feels strongly that everyone should be able to enjoy the beauty of high quality art pieces, regardless of their budget. Our art rental program offers a great design solution for virtually everyone.
The concept of renting art has actually been around for a while, and Process Art House is extremely excited to be able to offer residents (both homeowners and renters) and business owners (of all types and sizes) an art rental program of our own. We are pleased to have art rental clients from all walks of life – ranging from young art enthusiasts decorating their first apartments to experienced collectors looking to add some variety to their already impressive collection.
If you are a young art enthusiast, renting art gives you the freedom to explore a wide variety of original artwork in your own home or apartment so that you can decide what type(s) of art you find most appealing. We give you the option of renting artwork for small periods of time (30 days) to as long as you require or desire. Renting pieces of our original, unique artwork will cost you only a small fraction of the actual cost of the purchase price charged by the artist.
On the flip side, if you are an experienced art collector, you can also benefit from the concept of art rental. Although it is likely that you already have quite an impressive art collection of your own, as a seasoned collector, you can use art renting programs to explore new artists or artwork that may differ from your usual style.
Additionally, the art rental concept works extremely well for real estate agents who need to stage a home that is listed for sale. The ability to decorate the walls with several stunning works of art can make a big difference in the appeal of any home, potentially making for quicker turn-around times.
Other professionals who will benefit from Process Art House’s art rental program include interior designers, because they must present an impeccable, sophisticated office space in order to wow their potential clients. By frequently rotating office décor, they can continue to impress repeat customers. Additionally, theater, television and movie set designers can rent artwork for the duration of a show or movie – simply returning the rental when it is no longer needed. This can significantly cut down on expenses when compared to paying the full purchase price for art.
Of course, you can certainly enjoy renting artwork regardless of your profession! Many busy families don’t have the time required to choose wall art for their entire home. Plus, the thought of buying even one pricey piece can be very overwhelming if you’re on a budget. Going the art rental route will allow you to “sample” an array of different types of artwork in order to determine what you like best and what looks most flattering in your home.
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Art Rental for Business Owners
Client satisfaction is the goal of every business owner. If clients leave your place of business feeling less than satisfied, you’ve got a potential problem. You want nothing but good things to be spread via word of mouth about your company. Most business owners know that this means the customers’ needs must always be met. However, one thing that can potentially be overlooked is how your customers or clients feel when they are at your place of business. To clarify – does your business exterior and interior reflect that you have put time and thought into their design and maintenance?
Studies show that clients and customers are actually quite affected by the attractiveness of the office/building of businesses they frequent. It is important for medical facilities to provide their patients with a serene, calming atmosphere while they wait to be seen. This is also especially true of many other professions whose clients may be somewhat stressed or tense about their appointment. This may include attorneys and financial advisers. Non-medical businesses can improve the word of mouth around town about their company by making sure the interior design of the business location is welcoming, interesting, and overall likeable.
As a business owner, you already have a lot on your to-do list in order to keep your day-to-day operations running. Because of that, you may wonder how to find any time to transform the look and feel of your business’s building or office. One easy solution is the concept of art rental. Renting artwork to display at your place of business is a great idea for those entrepreneurs who are strapped for time. If you simply do not have enough hours in a day to physically shop for office décor, you’ll find that renting artwork saves you time that you can then put back into important, money-making areas of your company.
Renting artwork is something that can be done online and can even be delegated to someone else who works for you. As the business owner, you may not want to tear yourself away from very important client meetings and appointments to select artwork for the front office. If so, rest assured that renting artwork is simple and can be done by your assistant or co-manager.
When renting artwork for your place of business, be sure to think carefully about what type of clientele you usually see. Fine tune your artwork choices for your office based on what your customers would like, and what would make them most comfortable. Be thoughtful to not select any pieces that may offend or upset any customers. As a business renting art, it is best for you to stay neutral in your design choices so that everyone who comes through your door can appreciate it. Choose pieces that may spark conversation among your clients as they wait for their appointment with you. It is always best to have your patients talking and laughing while they wait, and by placing thought provoking artwork in your lobby, that will now be possible.
Leasing art for a business-related activity?
Renting art as part of your operations could be
a tax-deductible business expense.
Every situation is different, so please consult your tax advisor for more information.
3 months is the minimum lease for many artworks.
After the initial term, art leases become month-to-month.
Longer-term art leases are also available.
Please contact us to discuss the requirements of your project.
For as little as $50/mo, rent original art by critically acclaimed artists
who have been featured in The New York Times and exhibited at MoMA PS1.
Leasing art is the risk-free way to build a collection.
Lease paintings, photographs, sculptures and more before deciding to buy.