You don't always have to buy a new one. Design and furniture, from decades gone by, are back in fashion and look better than ever. By the way, a piece of second-hand furniture, that's been refurbished in a modern style, will fit in with contemporary interiors and is a durable choice. Chairs from 50s and old Arteks don't necessarily need to be refurbished, but even more worn-out furniture can be made into a stunning eye-catcher with a little effort.
You don't always have to buy something new. Updating a piece of furniture that's been through the years is a snap. We needed new furniture, but instead of buying it, we decided to recycle and give new life to our old chest of drawers and desk. Now they will serve their purpose for years to come, and there is no need to buy brand new furniture. In addition, solid wood furniture is a better and more durable alternative to chipboard, and it can be refurbished if you ever change your mind or taste. A coat of sanding and a dash of paint - that's the simplest recipe for a fresh look.