Finding Low Cost Furniture

There comes a time in everyone’s life that they are going to need to buy some furniture for their homes. Although you may have survived a few years after college with a lawn chair and a TV sitting on a milk crate, you will eventually need to branch out and get something that more than one person can sit on at a time.

This is when it becomes handy to know how to find discount and low cost furniture. You can purchase everything you need without having to worry about how much money you have spent later on.

Finding Low Cost Furniture

Finding Low Cost Furniture

One of the best places to find low cost furniture is a second hand store. While it may not be everyone’s first choice, owning something that total strangers have used before, it only takes a bit of cleaning, and you have something you can use for years.

If that isn’t exactly the way you want to go, then you can also find a good freight damaged store that offers up furniture that has been damaged during shipping or manufacturing defaults. This is new furniture that has been scratched or torn, and cannot be sold on a dealers floor.

Freight damaged furniture is a great buy if you find something that is damaged in a way that you won’t notice it. Maybe something on the back of the sofa is scratched, but since it sits against a wall, no one will ever know. You can usually pick this furniture up for cost plus 10%, depending on the amount of damage it has. If that is still too expensive for you, you can always look into estate and yard sales. Occasionally, you can find a sale of things from a storage unit, and they can have some really good furniture at a very cheap price if you don’t mind bidding on it.

Finding cheap furniture isn’t as hard as most people might think. For the most part, you can take a look in the classifieds and find people that are willing to trade furniture for something you might have and never use. You can also pick stuff up from college students that are leaving town for the summer; they need the money, you the furniture.

Apr 29th, 2015 | Posted in Furniture 101
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