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sara34



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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:37 pm    Post subject: Tips For Buying Furniture Reply with quote

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# Figure out what you need. Decide exactly what you will need and how long you will need it. That should also play a role in how much you plan on spending. For example, if you're buying a baby crib that will only be used for a few years, you may want to budget less than a table or piece that you will have for many years.

# Know how it will be used. If you have small children, then you'll want to choose furniture and fabrics that can stand up to your kids' wear and tear. On the other hand, if you don't have kids or the kids are out of the house, you may prefer pieces more suitable for entertaining or that won't get everyday use.

# Determine your space constraints. Draw up a floor plan of the room you will be furnishing and sketch in different furniture arrangements to see how you can best make use of the space.

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shylock34



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2010 5:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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When buying furniture, both the novice (first-time buyer) and experienced buyer need to be aware of a few things. If the buyer has some extra time, it is certainly worthwhile to check out website businesses selling furniture. If the person is fortunate enough to stumble upon a few reliable websites, then he or she may get good quality, useful information or guidance. However, many websites listed as furniture wholesalers, retailers, or dealers provide outdated, erroneous information. So, one has to watch out for misleading buying tips.

More or less, here?s a quick rundown on a typical furniture buyer?s concerns:

1. What choices are available within a given budget ? generic ready-made furniture; made-to-order, custom furniture; or branded furniture items?

2. If selecting branded items, which brand or brands have items suiting one?s

tastes and budget?

3. Choice of wood ? real wood or veneer polish? If less expensive but durable wood is used to make furniture which is later coated with expensive veneer polish, then such items will significantly lower the purchase cost. For example, cherry wood furniture can get a mahogany veneer.

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