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Jill Said,
February 25th, 2009 @7:45 am  

Good tips especially for those moving or starting a new home. It doesn’t really matter if the price of a piece of furniture is high what matter is its durability that would last long. Discounts and low price would be a bonus.

February 25th, 2009 @12:33 pm  

Such a clutch post. I’ve just entered the market for new furniture. I agree with the part where you say you will have something to cherish if you have to repair it. It goes along with the the philosophy that if you buy it with your own money you will take better care of it. You put your time, energy, and money into making a piece nice, you will take better care of it and it will have more sentimental value.

February 25th, 2009 @12:35 pm  

This is good advice. You can also look for going-out-of-business sales. There seems to be quite a bit of small furniture stores around here in Chicago that are going out of business; they are offering some great deals. I plan to take advantage of this as soon as I can get some extra cash together. Regards!

February 25th, 2009 @5:15 pm  

These are all very good tips! I second the suggestion that most secondhand furniture only needs a little bit of mending and polish to look brand new. It’s easy to find tutorials on the Internet to help with that sort of thing.

snocon Said,
February 27th, 2009 @8:19 pm  

craigslist.org is probably my favorite resource for furniture. So many people list their furniture for dirt cheap when their moving.

randi Said,
March 1st, 2009 @10:29 am  

nice tips
yes its a dream of most of us, to be in a place of our own with nice stuff always around

July 12th, 2009 @11:33 pm  

moving or starting a new life in a certain home poses a great challenge for the owners. this is where they need to be careful in choosing all the things that they need. especially for the furnitures they want to buy.

but if all has been done, it will result in a feeling of success and happiness among them.

August 26th, 2009 @7:45 pm  

thanks carol for sharing those usefull tips, mostly people dont have enough budget to purchase new furnitures they ca go through your tips for saving their money.

milly Said,
December 11th, 2009 @3:44 pm  

good ideas – you can find great stuff from thrift stores – i got a dining table from one and painted it purple – looks fab and cost next to nothing!

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