We use our furniture every day. Furniture
actually performs a job. What many overlook is that
furniture is not just function, it is form as well. In other
words; that recliner is not just a place to sit. It may be a
focal point of your day. When you come home from a long day,
being able to slide into your recliner,
or sink into your chaise lounge, or just plop down on your sofa,
is a significant factor in what the furniture means to you.
Do not forget the esthetics when you are choosing your
furniture. Consider how it makes you feel. It should feel
good to you both physically, but also emotionally. In short,
choose furniture that appeals to you. Choose that sofa
because you like it, not just because it is the cheapest
thing you can find. If you do not like it, you will not use
it. If you don't use it, no matter how little you paid for
it, it is a waste of money.
If, on the other hand, you really do like the pieces you
choose. It does not matter the initial cost. Over time, the
value of almost all furniture becomes worth the original
expense. If that sofa gets used every night to cuddle up on,
and makes you feel joyful, if every night, you can't wait to
get home to enjoy your evening meal at a dinette
that makes you feel like you are "home", it does not matter
if it was $300 or $3000 when you purchased it. It is doing
This is especially true when you are choosing your mattress.
When you select a mattress that calls out to you to climb in
and go to sleep. That is a great choice. The price of the
mattress should never be the sole factor in the mattress you
choose. A mattress is a personal choice. If it feels good to
you, you have chosen the right mattress. Think long term.
Invest more of your budget in your mattress, than any other
individual piece of furniture you are buying. You will spend
up to 1/3rd of your life using it. Do not buy a mattress
just for looks (unless of course it is going into a guest
room). Find out what is in it, and certainly try it out. We offer a
wide variety of excellent choices in stock.