Tel Aviv and New York – Tulu provides people who live in apartment blocks with household items they can rent for temporary use.
The service works in tandem with building owners and property developers, and enables people with limited storage space or funds to access items they might need but aren't able to invest in. Items available to rent include vacuum cleaners, tools and air mattresses, as well as recreational items such as VR headsets and PlayStations.
Tulu rental stores are located in apartment blocks and operate with a cashier-less experience to allow for a convenient sharing exchange between residents. With urban dwellers increasingly working, teaching and exercising at home, services such as Tulu allow home renters to maximise their living spaces without the clutter of occasionally used objects.
It's not just appliances that appeal to a new generation of renters – other brands are offering products and services that position Furniture as a Service.