Decorating a home can cost you a lot- but wait a second it doesn’t need to be. While it would be nice to go out and shop top of the line decorative items for your home, but for most of the people it isn’t feasible. Fortunately, you can still afford to live in a stylish space without declaring bankruptcy. Here are some tips on how to do so:
The secret of having a great home without breaking the bank is by mixing high end items where it really matters with inexpensive pieces of art where it doesn’t. If you don’t know where to save money and where to splurge. No problem, just check below mentioned furniture buying tips.
When to buy sofa- The sofa is one of the most essential items in the living room and without completely breaking the bank by mixing expensive items where it really matters with less inexpensive pieces where it doesn’t. Look for high quality materials like kiln dried hardwood and eight way hand died spring construction. Buy a classic style so that over the years and it can be recovered if you desire another fabric without having to purchase a new sofa. Remember the classic style goes well for the years and if you desire a different fabric without having to purchase a new sofa. Remember a sofa should last around 25 years with an average life span of 10 years.
Side tables- It seems that side table are popular these days and it can be purchased just about anywhere. If you find some that suit your decor for a cheap price, buy it instantly. Side table doesn’t have so much wear and tear, so the quality is utmost important.
Cheap and colourful lamps are highly demanded these days, so there is no need to spend a fortune. Check departmental stores and be sure to find great deals. There is no need to spend money on crystal lamps from high end boutique when you can find the same in an acrylic version for several hundred money less. They both look similar. Also check second hand stores because with a paint job and some new wiring even a simple lamp can look like million of bucks.
Originally posted 2014-11-11 05:58:17.