In the midst of high increase of furniture prices, newlyweds tend to panic about how they're going to furnish their dream home together. What's important? What should we postpone? It's now harder to fully buy everything you need and wanted for your home all in one go. You can be smart and start with the essentials and then slowly start adding more things until your home is complete.
Here are the basic house essentials that you should invest in for your new home, along with some tips to help you in the process:
The bedroom's furniture is a house essential that you cannot ignore. It is what makes your home actually feel like home. Invest in high quality wood furnishing.
Top priorities: the bed, the wardrobe and mirror.
The living room couch is definitely and essential. It's where you spend most of your time at home. Buying a multipurpose couch in the shape of a U is a good investment.
Top Priorities: couch, coffee table, carpet and shelves.
The Dinning Table
Having a big dining area has become a luxury and frankly a waste of space. Buy a table that you can adapt to your needs or enlarge and add more chairs if needed.
You definitely need a couple of comfortable seats or bean bags around the home so you can have space for guests and friends around the house. You can also find them at really good prices so they're a good way to save and they're easy to move around.
You don't have to buy your entire kitchen need from 0 to 100 all at once. You just need a couple of storage spaces and shelves to place your plates and cutlery. And of course all the necessary kitchen devices.
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