By Marjorie J Stanford. Wedding. Published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019 - 20:46:12 PM.
Consider the other items you already own when you are deciding on what piece of new furniture to select. You need to make sure the new item blends well with the fabric, finish and materials of your existing pieces so that the whole room flows together. Planning ahead can help to avoid bringing home a new item that just does not work in the room.
When cleaning upholstery, try sticking with dry cleaners. Wet cleaners can dampen the fabric to the point of stretching or breaking. It can also cause mildew, mold, or rot in the fabric. Dry solutions can get rid of things like dust, dander, dirt, etc. while keeping your fabric in good shape.
If you want to save money on furniture, consider alternatives to traditional shopping. Goodwill stores sometimes have pieces. Check out yard and garage sales. Also peruse Craiglist or local Freecycle options. Any community of some size has a secondary market of furniture not on showroom floors. Even consider going to storage locker auctions. If you see a piece you like, talk to the winning bidder for that locker.
When you are buying a sofa, you need to make sure that you inspect the materials and especially the frame. If the couch you want has a hardwood frame, then you need to ask whether it has been kiln-dried or not. If it has, then it will last much longer without warping, especially when it comes to changes in humidity.
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