By Clara D Cary. Wedding. Published at Monday, December 03rd, 2018 - 01:56:12 AM.
When shopping at a thrift store, look at the bare bones of the furniture, not the upholstery. You may be able to find a beautiful sofa for pennies on the dollar if you are willing to reupholster the piece or have it professionally reupholstered. The money saved on the piece will generally cover any upholstery job.
Start your search on the internet. You may end up going to a brick and mortar store for your final purchase, but starting online is good for a few reasons. First, you can get an idea of what the price range will be, and you can also find specific pieces you ultimately buy.
When buying furniture, always try to haggle with the salesperson. While haggling is not generally accepted in most retail industries, the furniture industry is an exception. There is usually a pretty steep markup associated with the furniture price and you can grab a great bargain if you try to haggle.
Although you may be tempted to buy big, bold furniture with wild or bright colors, save that for decorative pieces that can easily be moved around. If your tastes change, large and oddly colored furniture may be hard to resell. Stay with neutral and classic colors for large and expensive furniture.
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