You have saved for years and years, spent months stressing with solicitors and liaising with sales reps, but the time has finally come! You have finally bought your first home. However, when it comes to furnishing your home, it’s easy to get over excited and buy everything in sight. Although the cost can quickly add up and without looking for shopping deals, your bank account is likely to take a massive hit.
With this in mind, PIWoP - the low-price shopping experts, have provided five money saving tips so you can furnish your room with style, without breaking the bank.
Stick To Neutral Colours
Snakeskin and animal prints are all the rage at the moment, but will you still want that tiger print sofa in years to come? While it’s good to incorporate different colours and textures into your decoration, try to stick to neutral colouring when purchasing bigger items like sofas and wardrobes. That way, no matter how you change the decoration of your rooms, you won’t have to repurchase the furniture essentials again. Ultimately, saving you money in the long run!
Don’t Buy Cheap
When people try to save money, they often think buying cheap is the way to go. However, cheap and cheerful items are not always better. In fact, 43% of people later regret buying cheaper items as they have broken or not as useful later down the line. When it comes to furnishing your house, saving up and buying well-made furniture will ensure your items don’t fall apart as soon as you have bought them. As a result, you can save yourself from spending money replacing your broken furniture.
We all love a good bargain! Seasonal sales are the perfect opportunity to get the furniture you love at a discounted price. If you find the perfect sofa for your home while browsing but think it’s a little out of your price range, why not try PIWoP’s price alert tool? At PIWoP, users are able to create lists of must have items on their account and set prices they are willing to pay. The tool will then track their chosen items and alert them when they have reached the chosen price.
If you would like more information about how our price tracking tool works, head over to our ‘How It Works’ page and start saving today.