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Newbie needs help...

Posted by sola75 (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 24, 10 at 21:38

First post on the site!!!!

I've tried searching a bit, but the site isn't very easy to navigate.

Here's the basic story: I'm 34 and I just reached a point where I'm ready to invest in my home. I'm looking to start in the rooms where I need it the most: the bedroom and the dining room.

In the bedroom I have a really comfortable mattress and a wire shelving unit with my clothes stacked on it. The dining room is a completely blank slate with the exception of my son's toys.

I'm looking to spend about 10k total. I live in Charleston, but I've heard there are some decent furniture stores in North Carolina.

What should I look for in terms of quality? What brands would be recommended in my price range?

Thanks for the advice.


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RE: Newbie needs help...

GREAT Sola, the furniture workers in America hope that your first priory is to buy furniture made by the best craftsman in the world and in turn make this country still the best place in the world to live work and play.


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RE: Newbie needs help...

Here's a great GardenWeb thread on furniture construction and quality...

Here is a link that might be useful: Furniture 101


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