Renting your first apartment, buying your first home, or upgrading to more square footage can be an exciting event, but furnishing the new space can place additional strain on an already stretched budget. Furniture represents one of the biggest cash expenditures in your home, and although quality chairs, couches, and tables can last for many years, completely furnishing a room can cost far more than what you want to spend. Fortunately, with a little patience, time, and ingenuity, you can furnish your home with furniture you'll be happy to use for years to come. .
Choosing Budget Furniture
Determine which furniture you need.
Look for furniture on clearance.
Purchase furniture with multiple functions.
A simple stool can be used as seating and also as a handy end table. A fashionable daybed can be used as a bed and then effortlessly transformed into a couch. These useful and practical pieces fulfill all your needs, and, as a bonus, you get two pieces of furniture at the cost of one.