If you've been following my homeownership ride for a while, you know that I have been trying to furnish and decorate my house for as long as I've been in it (which is 3 years) and am still not done. It's been a long process and my indecisiveness doesn't aid in the progression of the already long process.
At least once a week, I search the interwebs for furniture and decor pieces and I often find myself buried deep in a well of endless open tabs in Chrome before my ADD kicks in and I'm on to researching the meaning of life. Luckily for me (and now you), I've found the magic that is Furniture.com.
Furniture.com has curated a massive selection of everything you need from beds and headboards, coffee tables, sectionals, decor and more. The site features a variety of home furnishings made by your favorite names in the furniture industry, making the choices for decorating your home endless. The best part? You never have to step foot into a store.
One of my favorite resources on the site is their tips and trends section where they share tips and tricks for such things as decorating on a budget, measuring your space for incoming furniture, and how to pick the right accent chair. I've found it very helpful in my own home decorating struggles because while I'm a lot of things, an interior decorator is not one of them. If you're anything like me, you too will find this helpful.
Did you know that your coffee table should be two-thirds the length of your couch and that sofa or end tables should be equal to or just beneath the height of your sofa? Yeah, me neither. But these are the kind of insights Furniture.com shares when browsing such things as accent tables. From selecting a size, to materials and colors, the information is invaluable.
Next time you're in the market for furniture (which is always if you're me), I highly recommend giving Furniture.com a go. They will curate thousands of pieces from all of the web in one, easy-to-search site. And feel free to let me know what you think in the comments!
Disclosure: This post was produced in conjunction with Furniture.com.