Furniture: We’ve discussed how cheap furniture usually isn’t worth buying, mostly because it’ll either fall apart or cost you more money to repair or shore up, but the bottom line is that you should buy based on how long you plan to live in a specific place, and how frequently you use a piece.
Buying a cheap couch is going to wind up making you miserable if you spend a few hours on it every night, and skimping on a bed and mattress will make you miserable no matter what. However, if you move regularly then less-durable, easily replaced furniture can be better than large, long-lasting pieces.
Overall though, it makes more sense to buy long-lasting, timeless pieces that are sturdy enough to move with you than it is to re-buy every time you move, or every time your desk falls apart.
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