I rented West Elm home decor through my Rent the Runway subscription here's how it worked and what the pieces looked like

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You can now rent home decor like pillows and throws through Rent the Runway's new partnership with West Elm. They come in bundles that take the place of one of your rental spots in an Unlimited or Update membership.

As someone who uses Rent the Runway to experiment with my clothing style, I appreciated the parallels with the home goods rental experience. There were many options to choose from and they let me take more risks with my interior design style. The pieces were shipped directly to me and they were just as easy to return.

Normally, a Rent the Runway Unlimited plan costs 159 per month before taxes, but right now, you can take 200 off your first two months with the code "RTRINSIDER".

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