Two people discussing furniture models in a modern furniture shop

Top Five Places to Shop for Furniture on a Budget

If you have just made the big switch to a new living space, you might have gotten rid of a lot of old furniture, or now have more rooms to furnish than you previously had. New furniture is a common expense associated with moving, but it does not have to break the bank. If you are concerned about spending a fortune on new furniture, but you are wary of resorting to cheap furniture that may break not long after purchasing it, then you are not alone. Luckily, there are several furniture stores that have the inventory needed to match your style and the price tags to keep your spending levels in the green.   Ikea – Everyone has heard the name, and hopefully had a chance to try the Swedish meatballs from their food court. Ikea is popular for many reasons: their furniture is some of the most affordable there is,…

Happy young man holding packing boxes moving home, looking at camera, new living concept.

Downsizing for a Move

If you are moving into a smaller place, somewhere with less storage, or if you are moving a long distance, you may need to thin out your inventory of belongings to make everything fit in the moving truck and in your new living space. Cutting down on your belongings is a challenging task with many tough decisions to be made. This helpful guide will assist you in prioritizing what to keep and what to get rid of when you need to make space during a move.   The first and most important category of belongings to cut down on if you need to make room in the moving truck is furniture. Furniture is big and bulky, taking up a huge amount of space in both the moving vehicles and in your new place. Not all rooms are designed the same, either. That giant China cabinet that fit perfectly in your old,…

A happy family while moving during summer

Summer Moving: The Do’s and Don’ts to Keep in Mind

Moving on a normal day is already hard enough for any homeowner. After all, you’ll have to think about the different logistics of relocating, such as your finances, the packing and even the movers who’ll help you do so. However, if moving on a normal day is hard, moving during the summer can be even more challenging and as such, there are a few things that you need to remember before you do so. Here are the do’s and don’ts of summer moving that every homeowner should keep in mind.