One of the hardest parts of moving in to a brand new home is deciding how to furnish it. Sometimes, creative differences slow the process down. Others, financial considerations get in the way of your being able to choose the furniture you really want.

Thankfully, there are loads of different options available to help you furnish your new property. These range from inexpensive and low cost furniture solutions, to bespoke and luxury furniture packages.

Take a look at these handy tips and maybe you’ll find the furniture you’ve been looking for, to transform your new house into a home you can be proud of.

Furniture swapLow Budget Solutions

If you don’t have much money it’s a good idea to find out if there are any furniture swapping and recycling groups in your local area. These may be advertised online, in your local paper, or on notice boards in your local shop. It’s often the case that when people decide to get rid of furniture, they will try and find a loving home for it before taking it to the tip. It’s always worth finding out if you can get second hand furniture for free before deciding to spend money on items you can’t really afford.

Low cost furnitureCost Effective Furniture Solutions

There are many high street and online furniture stores which sell low cost furniture, if you don’t like the idea of having something which is second hand. Low cost furniture doesn’t necessarily mean drab or boring, as continuing advancements in furniture technology and fabric production has mean that reasonably priced furniture can still look nice too. And if you need to move in a hurry and don’t have any furniture at all, companies such as Pre Let offer next day sofas and other items, for very reasonable prices.

Furniture saleSaving Money on Big Deliveries

Even if you’re willing to go all out on your new furniture, you can still save money. For example, by waiting until the sales before shopping, by combining deliveries if you’re not too bothered about waiting, and by cutting out the optional extras, the pennies you save on each item could soon turn into pounds.