Replacing An Old Furniture

Discussion in 'Home Improvement' started by Corie Henson, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. Corie Henson

    Corie Henson Very Well-Known Member
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    I have difficulty in justifying to buy a new furniture. My husband is so thrifty when it comes to that. He would only agree if the furniture is fully worn and not good to look at anymore. Now I am thinking of buying a new living room sofa set but I'm sure my husband would rebut my proposal because the present furniture in the living room still looks okay. I am trying to find a way on how to reason out that we need a new living room set.
     
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    Von Jones Very Well-Known Member
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    IMO, men seem to only find reason to replace anything is when it no longer works and even then will try to make it work for them, furniture included. My son has in the trunk of his car a blanket hr treasured when he was a child he is in his mid 30s. He said that there is nothing wrong with it. Oh well.

    @Corie Henson I wouldn't try to find any justification for buying new furniture but persuasion might work. If the saying stands true "A happy wife; a happy life" new furniture is on it's way.;)
     
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  3. Joe Riley

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    The key is to buy furniture that will fit your lifestyle!;)
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