How to Furnish Your Home Well?

We all have an idea of how we want our dream home to look like. And if we want it to be aesthetically pleasing and a lot of nook and crannies to be Instagram worthy, we need to have serious cash. But since not all of us are born with a silver spoon and could just put in a shopping cart everything that our heart desires, we need to furnish our home wisely.

Fortunately, there are several things we could do to make our home look like a million bucks without having to spend this amount. We just need to be patient, creative and willing to get our hands dirty (with some DIY!)

Don’t Buy Everything Brand New

We want to have new things for our new home that is understandable and relatable especially if we want to have a motif or a theme. But if we want to be practical about this, we’ll make the things we currently own to work with the theme that we want.

For example, most of the things that we own are in black, white or grey tones. We could incorporate it into a minimalist theme or a contemporary look with our new home. So, when we go shopping to a furniture store in Melbourne, the furniture that we buy must be in the same colour scheme. At least, we managed to trim down on our shopping list because we are still using the things we already own.

Don’t Buy Everything at Once

Chances are you have been eyeing some furniture or accent décor for a long time now. But when you move to your new home, don’t buy everything at once. Why, because the furniture that you think you like, you might still change your mind about it. What you could do to make sure that this piece of décor is something that you really want is to arrange first all the other furniture where you want to place this décor.

If you feel like something is missing, go ahead and purchase it. But if you feel like the room or the nook is already complete, the décor that you want would not be missed. You don’t want to be stuck with an item that you really don’t want. You could have used the money instead of something that you really prefer.

Don’t Rule Against Second-Hand

When you did decide to try second-hand items, you have to know that there are things that you should not buy second-hand like bedsheets, mattresses, towels and other items that would not be hygienic anymore after some stranger used it.

If you saw a coffee table that you really must have but you could not afford, try and find a seller that is selling it for a more affordable price. Be cautious and wary though and be vigilant when inspecting it for damages. As a rule, ask the seller the reason why they are selling the item. Then you would have an idea if the item is still worth it.

There is nothing wrong with being practical when it comes to furnishing your new abode. Practicality and functionality would make your home not just aesthetically pleasing, but truly the home of your dreams.




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