New Home

By Jo Phillips

A New Homeowner’s Ultimate Guide To Furnishing A New Build Home. You’ve worked hard and made sacrifices, and now you can call yourself the proud owner of a new home! Few things can compare to the thrill of owning a brand-new home. As a first-time buyer, you may expect your excitement to be amplified because of the newfound freedom you’ll experience once you’ve purchased your own home.

After all the waiting and excitement over the last few months, you may be wondering where to put your attention now. What usually comes to mind first is how to furnish it. But getting furniture for a new home isn’t always as fun as the end result. There’s a lot to think about, both before the big day and after you get the keys, and it can all feel a bit overwhelming.

But don’t worry! Here are some tips to help you furnish your new home now that you own it.

Prioritise Your Purchases

Take the time to write down everything you think each room needs as you look around your home. This would include big things like chairs, beds, and sofas and minor things like picture frames, end tables, lamps, etc. Think about the foyers and hallways and figure out what would work best in those areas.

What do you think the theme of your whole house will be? Will it be a little different in each room? Do you want to make some rooms look better than others? What parts of your style will tie it all together? Your answers to questions like these will help you develop a design plan as you get ready to buy your furniture. Since you just moved into your new home, it might feel like filling every room with furniture immediately. Before you go to stores to look for new furniture for your home, you should make a budget.

You also need to take a strategic approach when furnishing the rooms in your home. This is an excellent way to determine the order in which you should buy furniture. Find your most important rooms. These are the rooms that people spend the most time in and where you want to really show off your style. Have a budget, save money and buy furniture for your rooms based on their importance to you.

Consider Upcycling Second Hand Furniture

The opportunity to make your mark on a brand-new house from the ground up is exhilarating, but what about the furnishings? Upcycling is something to think about whether you’re trying to give your home a one-of-a-kind look or just want to exercise your creative muscles.

Instead of sending previously used items to the landfill, they are given new life through upcycling. The nature of the vintage furniture gives upcycled furniture and décor a rustic, country home feel, but with the right skills and vision, old objects may be converted into modern, sophisticated feature pieces.

If you’re just starting in the world of upcycling, it’s generally best to practice on smaller projects like picture frames and mirrors before tackling anything as ambitious as a chest of drawers or an old cabinet. If you’re content with the look of your furnishings but think they might use more pizazz, stick to a minimalistic design. Get new handles for your drawers or reupholster that old chair at your desk to complete your ultra-modern at-home office makeover. Corston’s collection adds character to your home with details as small as cupboard handles, cabinet handles, etc.

Blend Mismatched Furniture

Focusing on the colours is a guaranteed way to bring a room together since colour is one of the first things people notice when they walk into a room. Even though your furniture doesn’t look like it goes together, they probably have more in common than you might think. If your furniture has something in common, like a pattern, colour, or style, you can use that as your theme. Keeping to a single theme is a great way to unify the room.

Furniture with more rustic materials might serve as a contrast to a table with a polished stone top. The possibilities are endless!

Invest In Comfort

Although it is possible to furniture at a lower price, the comfort level might not be the same compared to high-quality furniture. Not only will you spend more money in the long run, but a low-quality item won’t provide the same level of comfort or happiness. This is especially true after it has been used for some time. Beyond that, everyday use has a negative impact on the longevity of low-cost furniture. The aesthetic value of your home is diminished by worn seats, unsteady chairs, and sagging couches.

Sometimes you have to trust your gut when it comes to judging quality. But any properly built sofa will be ergonomic, providing ample comfort and support where it’s needed. Test out a piece of furniture while sitting down. Once you enjoy it, you won’t feel like getting up.

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