Be led by your heart
Whether it’s the beloved armchair you curl up on at the end of a long day, or the kitchen table that holds the stories of a thousand family dinners, there’s nothing quite as personal as investing in furniture. While certain antiques and artwork can certainly hold value for years to come furniture shouldn’t necessarily be purchased with this in mind. Choose furniture and art that you are drawn to; if one day you fall out of love with it and are lucky to sell it for more than you paid for it, that’s simply a bonus. Selling second-hand furniture can be very hard and often has a low value so be led by your heart and spend on pieces you know will be cherished for years to come.