1. Make a Plan
It happens to everyone at some point. You come home from work, look around your home, and realize that your furniture has lost its luster. Sometimes furniture wears down, sometimes you just get bored of seeing the same colors and designs. Either way, when you come to the decision to replace your furniture it is a good idea to make a plan of attack. Try and visualize a central theme (or set) for your new replacement furniture to ensure your home has a cohesive style and look. You don't want to mismatch everything if it can be easily avoided!
2. Choose Timeline
Timing is everything. If you have the budget to grab each new piece of furniture at the same time, you can make the transition in a single weekend. If you wish to purchase each piece individually, make a payment plan to do so, and slowly replace each item as you grab the new pieces of furniture. It may take a few months to make this happen, but just keep your goal in mind!
3. Choose Your Furniture
This part is easy- everyone loves furniture shopping. You can try out new beds, chairs, living room sets, etc all day long and not get tired of it! But you should also focus on what items fit your budget, which items will go well together, and even which colors will best suit your needs. Don't rush it, but be sure to take advantage of anypromotions you find!