So you’ve just signed the mortgage on your first home, or the lease on your first apartment. If this is the first time you’ve lived on your own, you may not have much in the way of furniture to take with you. Instead of worrying about totally furnishing your entire home or apartment at once, you can focus on the essentials first to get you started. Here are some things to consider when picking out that first furniture.
What are the Must-Haves?
Think about what you would use every day. You may not need a giant floor rug, or giant cabinet for fine china, but you need the essentials. Things like a bed, or couch, TV stand, dresser, and microwave if your home is not furnished with one. These furniture pieces are investments that will last you a long time, take your time when choosing.
Decorating on a Budget
Luckily, the days of cramming as many nick-knacks as possible into your home are long-gone. Less is more these days, which is great for those on a budget. Choosing a smaller number of items that make a statement can really make your home look modern and up-to-date.
Buddy’s has a huge selection of all sorts of furniture from sofas to recliners, and accents like lamps and side-tables. Give us a call today at 1-866-779-5058 with any questions about our rent-to-own furniture.