Especially for pieces that are going to live through active wear and tear, it’s not critical to buy furniture that’s brand new. Refurbished (fixed or repaired), remanufactured (restored to original condition) and gently used furniture are all good money-saving options. Many local furniture retailers will offer these less-than-new pieces, or you can search online or try Craigslist.org. Compare prices, warranties and the reputation of the sellers (Better Business Bureau or elsewhere) before buying these types of furniture.
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