About Us

People's Warehouse

Our Company

People’s is the Northwest’s premier rental company for home furnishings and housewares.
We serve commercial customers and consumers throughout Washington and Oregon, including corporate housing and relocation specialists, families, students and interns with short-term needs, assisted living facilities, home staging professionals, apartment buildings and property managers.

Our company is named “People’s” because we focus on you. Our ‘white glove’ service has pleased many thousands of people over 30 years with fast, customized collections, priced right and tailored for the best possible experience.

Our entire team at People’s is geared toward service, and we strive to ensure that your experience with People’s is exceptional – every step of the way.

Our Beginning

Founded in 1985, we have served over 100,000 customers in the Northwest since owner Dick MacGowan left a national rental furniture chain after 16 years to create something better. With People’s, he established a level of service and a rental experience focused entirely on customer satisfaction.

Our goal remains, over 30 years later, to provide exceptional care and quality from the first day you contact us to the day you recommend us to family and friends.

Home Accessories

Our Warehouses

Serving customers throughout Washington and Oregon requires the responsiveness and proximity of local people and facilities. Our high-capacity warehouses in Lakewood and Beaverton help us respond quickly to the needs of customers in Seattle and the Eastside, Tacoma and Olympia, Portland and elsewhere along the I-5 corridor – from Bellingham to Eugene, and beyond.

Our Clearance Center, co-located with our warehouse in Lakewood, serves as an outlet for rental returned furniture – where you can also view regular and clearance items, as well as place special orders.

People’s leads the corporate housing and furniture rental industry in technical innovation. Through continuous modernization, People’s internal systems are evolving to adopt RFID (radio frequency identification) for wireless inventory control, and cloud systems for mobile access and geographic redundancy.