In the world of interior design and furniture, there are dozens if not hundreds of companies vying to grab your next dollar. It makes the process of buying furniture quite daunting. All you want to know is where do I buy my next piece of furniture???? You have many variables you might be trying to align, such as:
- must look good
- must be well-built
- must be stain-resistant
- must fit into your budget
We understand that this journey can be time consuming and stressful. If all you’re left with is a dish of decision paralysis, it’s a sad situation indeed. There are so many options that it can be overwhelming when all you’re trying to is replace a sofa or chair. What’s a person to do?
First, do your research. Budget does matter, but figuring out a range might be better than trying to stick to a number you won’t go over. You never know what options you might be willing to pay a little more for, especially if it means more comfort and durability over time. Size also matters and knowing how big or small each piece should be and exactly where it should fit into your space are critical to ensuring you love any piece you bring home. Our Take Back Your Home course is a step-by-step, on-demand program to teach you exactly how to lay out furniture and never buy the wrong thing again.
Second, be willing to be patient if it comes to that. Rushing a purchase like furniture is never a good idea. You may find that taking the time to save up for what you really want is the decision for you.
Thirdly, don’t be afraid to have fun! If you’re purchasing something new for the first time in a while, check out all of the amazing options that are out there. It’s really fun to have something completely unique in your home and you just might find that piece at Greenfront.
During our latest podcast episode, we sat down with Greenfront CEO Den Cralle to talk about why shopping at Greenfront is such a great way to go. We also dig into some of the reasons why spending more on certain items could be beneficial in the long run. Greenfront is an amazing place to visit (more about that in the podcast episode!) and is actually a company that is doing great things in the community as well.