Nothing quite beats the excitement of moving into a new home, especially when you’re moving with someone you love! Living with a partner for the first time can be a beautiful experience, but one thing you’ll both realize quickly is that the cost of furnishing a new space adds up.
If you’re working with money constraints for your move and are starting off with limited furniture, have no fear. We’ve scoured the internet for the best budget startup furniture and stylish dupes for those watching the pennies.
When creating the perfect bedroom space you want to maximize on both comfort and style. The most important piece of furniture you’ll be investing in is a new bed. Keep things modern and minimal with this sleek low bed frame topped with a classic white bed set. Headboards can get pretty pricey, so why not embrace some DIY to cut costs? Use these decorative cork tiles to create your own.
When it comes to accessorizing your bed, mix some clean white cushions in a range of sizes with statement throw pillows in geometric and line prints. Don’t forget to invest in some extra coziness with a knitted throw blanket for those cold winter nights.
Add some character to fill out your bedroom space with budget-friendly furniture and statement pieces. Adorn the wall above your bed with this gold artwork and oak clock, and accessorize floor space with this affordable towel ladder, chic bamboo bench and jute rug.
For an extra $150 to add to your art budget, see these works of art hanging in the room above.
SITTING AREA ESSENTIALS:
Creating an inviting and homely living space doesn’t have to cost the earth. Make this mahogany daybed your star piece, complete with comfy pillows, statement cushion and knitted blanket to cuddle up with. On an even tighter budget? Try this minimalist wooden daybed option instead. Add those finishing touches with rustic lampshades and woven floor cushion.
So what’s the total cost? Well these startup furniture essentials above will set you back just $1,170. Proving there’s no reason why stylish decor can’t be budget friendly!