3 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Older Furniture Pieces

Do you have older furniture that you want to do something with? Learn tips and advice for restoring or replacing old pieces of furniture.

3 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Older Furniture Pieces

18 November 2016
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Furnishing your home is one of your favorite ways to express your personal style while bringing comfort to you and your guests. You want to be able to get all the high-end or designer pieces you want without overspending on your budget or buying items that are common and lacking personality. You may not give that run-down leather couch at the thrift store a second look, but perhaps you should. Here are three reasons why you should invest in used furniture items for your home.


You can customize a chair, couch, or settee any way you wish by doing furniture reupholstery. This means you can invest in that suede couch with the torn cushions or that used-to-be-white armchair knowing what you saved in cost you can spend in making each furniture piece good as new and entirely unique. With reupholstering, you can have luxury used pieces restore to their new condition by repairing tears and replacing worn seats and arm rests, or you can have them totally redone in a new hue or material to make your old-fashioned find new and contemporary.


Investing in older furniture can save you a lot of money. Look for diamonds in the rough at your local thrift stores, auctions, or even yard sales. People often get rid of furnishings, such as tables, chairs, rugs, couches, and even bar stools, that are still in excellent condition, just simply dated at a price that beats buying the same or similar item new. Since you can refinish each piece or even cover it with a pretty throw or pillow, you can easily upgrade cheaper, dated furniture items without feeling like you should have splurged on pricier, newer varieties.


Finally, there is something quite unique about finding used and older furniture items to mix into your current home decor. An old-fashioned coffee table from the '70s or that bright green glass light from the '60s can become a new conversation piece in your home that is filled with otherwise modern furnishings. Mixing a bit of uniqueness into your everyday style is something you can always do with older furnishings that have quite the story to tell.

Whether you are simply shopping on a budget or you are redecorating your home and you need some style ideas, consider shopping for older and used furniture pieces. You can have them reupholstered and restored to new, or make them completely your own. You never know what gem you will find for making your home decoration complete.

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restoring older furniture or replacing it

Do you have older furniture that you want to do something with? Is it time for you to get rid of the old and replace it with new? Should you spend the time working to restore older furniture or are you ready for a change. This blog is all about making this decision and restoring older furniture. You will learn a little about repairing damage and eliminating the odors that have become trapped in the fabrics. I hope that my years of working on older furniture will help you make the best decision for your personal situation and provide you with the furniture you enjoy in your home.