Decide what you want to buy and measure the spaces where you plan to put the furniture. Space dictates which pieces will fit and where.
Measure any exterior door, staircase clearances, hallways, or any other tight spaces that your new furniture might have to pass through.
Think about why you are buying and what purpose you are seeking to fulfill. ex: Is this something you are buying for long-term or short-term reasons? Everyday or occasional use?
Decide on a tentative and reasonable budget amount.
Think about colors and/or finish stains on existing furniture or elements of your decor that you might want to match or coordinate. Bring samples and/or pictures of your room and furniture.
Things to consider when you are in the store and shopping
Measure furniture pieces you are interested in to see if they will fit the scale of your room and the spaces you have intended to place them.
The most important features you want to keep in mind are quality and comfort. Price is an important factor as a general measure of the quality of the item.
Look around the showroom several times. Ask for assistance. We have a large selection of merchandise, and it is possible to overlook the perfect item.
If you do not see what you are looking foor, we have an extensive library of our manufacturers’ catalogues for you to browse through covering different stlyes, finishes, and price ranges. ( browse our manufacturers on the web )
Take your time. Furniture is an important investment, and not something most people buy very often. Make sure you are happy with what you are buying.