Easy Furniture Rental.

Select rental period
At the checkout you will find out your monthly rental price. Renting is always more flexible and cheaper than buying.
Choose furniture
Choose from our large product range curated for an easy shopping experience.
Get your items delivered & setup
We’ll deliver and assemble your items. For each delivery we plant a tree.
Happy & flexible
Extend or shorten your rental period or just swap pieces of furniture. Lyght Living keeps your home as flexible as your life is.



Renting instead of buying

Simply rent our quality furniture in Austria and enjoy your newfound freedom. Take 5 minutes to set up your new home or office completely online by sending us an inquiry with your needs. We offer a complete service from a single source – including fast delivery and assembly.

Rent furniture in Austria

Are you moving to Austria for business or pleasure or do you need a furnished apartment? Furnished apartments and houses are rarely to find in Austria and if they are, then mostly at unaffordable prices. We have the perfect solution for you. You just rent a normal apartment in Austria and rent the furniture from us. We offer various packages for a rental period of 4 weeks up to 3 years. You will find all the furniture for every room at Lyght Living. If you wish, we can also offer you kitchen inventory and hygiene packages. Don’t worry: We have also thought of your home office.

How do I rent furniture in Austria?

Renting furniture in Austria is easy, affordable and convenient. Whether you need furniture for your new home or office. We help you to feel good. Take a look at our furniture catalog and choose your dream furniture, equipment or the package that suits you best. Add everything to your cart. As soon as we have received your non-binding inquiry, we will send you a free offer within a few hours (on working days). All costs are already included in our offer. Also the delivery, assembly and collection of the furniture after the rental period.

Facts about Austria

  • Austria has the oldest still existing zoo in the world.
  • The world’s first postcards come from Austria.
  • The Wiener Tageszeitung is the oldest daily newspaper in the world.
  • Since 1919 no one is allowed to wear a title of nobility in Austria.
  • The Pummerin in St. Stephen’s Cathedral is the largest bell in Austria. It weighs around 21,000 kilograms.
  • In 1931 Austria was the “inofficial soccer world champion”.