By Joanne R Rosenbaum. Wedding. Published at Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 - 12:20:12 PM.
Set a budget. Furnishing a home can get expensive, very quickly. Dont let the credit card bill surprise you at the end of the month. Allocate more money towards the major pieces such as sofas and beds. If you need to pare down your spending, start with the smaller items that dont need to be as sturdy.
Follow your rooms fashion. It seems like a simple tip, but many people get caught up in the newest trends when buying furniture. They get the pieces home only to find that it doesnt work at all with the rest of the room. That can be a big pain to deal with, so choose styles that work in the first go around.
You need to buy furniture that will go well with the rest of your home. For example, if you have an updated house, it is not very wise to antique furniture and vice versa. Unless you want your home to look tacky, it is important to take this into account.
Choose your fabric and colors based on your lifestyle. If you have children or pets, it is best to steer clear of delicate fabrics and light colors. These will be worn through and stained in no time. A darker, sturdier fabric will hold up to the abuse, and hides many stains.
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