We’re no stranger to myths or misconceptions in our lives, but they often cloud our perception and influence our decisions – often with negative consequences. Furniture buying tips are no exception to the rule. Is expensive furniture more worth it and is it a signifier of good quality? Can you only get great design or good quality, but not both? There are plenty of misconceptions about the guidelines for selecting and purchasing furniture, so here are some we’ll be debunking today:
Myth #1 – your furniture must match
While traditional furniture catalogues extol the virtues of having colour-matching furniture sets, modern-day furniture trends have begun to treat colour with a little more playfulness and perhaps even wild abandon. As there are no longer any hard and fast rules about how to coordinate your furniture, contemporary colour trends for furniture have started veering towards encouraging diversity both style- and palette-wise, hence the birth and subsequent popularity of the mismatched furniture trend.