A Beautiful Home with a Brand-New Sofa

Are you ready to start living in the home of your dreams? We feel you. It can be easy to put things like home décor for entrance off as you get sucked into the hustle and bustle of daily life. Between work and family and social life, the last thing you probably want to think about every day is shopping for new furniture. At the same time, you probably look around your house and sigh to yourself every day because it isn’t what you had in mind when you signed the lease or mortgage papers. You can do better and you know it.

A piece of advice? Check out this amazing reclining sofa catalog: https://www.1stopbedrooms.com/living/living-room-furniture/sofas

So many gorgeous options to choose from, right? Now picture those in your space. Envision how they can transform the look, feel, and energy of your living environment. Conventional wisdom states that our environments can have an enormous impact on our moods and sense of place, wellbeing, and happiness. It’s not true that a place is just a place. A gorgeously designed and well-maintained is proven to make you feel better. This is not just something that you see in lifestyle magazines—these are proven facts based on psychological studies.

So, maybe we’ve sold you on the idea that you do need to shake up your home décor a little bit. Terrific! Where do you start? Yes, it can be overwhelming. Perhaps you’ve browsed a thousand interior design magazines and still can’t quite grasp the difference between modern, mid-century modern, and contemporary. First of all, there is a definite difference—second of all, you can leave that to some more experienced designers to know without learning it yourself!

Wait, wait, wait—not so fast. You may want to rush out and hire the most well-reviewed local interior designer you can find on Yelp, but let’s unpack why that may not be the greatest option. First of all, interior designers tend to have two major concerns: their portfolios and their product affiliations. Rather than actually help you find the pieces you love that’ll suit all of your needs, they’re more likely to steer you toward items that will reflect the style they want on their resumes, as well as pieces for which they’ll receive kickbacks from the brands they work with. Yuck!

Second of all, interior designers tend to charge an arm and a leg just for a simple conversation, let alone a fuller range of services. They may seem like helpful experts, but many of them are actually unscrupulous charlatans—sort of like those seemingly helpful salesmen that you meet in big box furniture stores who are waiting with bottled water and all of the answers to your questions. Wrong. What they actually want is to steer you to the most expensive piece you could possibly afford because it’ll yield them a top-dollar commission. More yuck.

It’s much simpler to skip all of that hullabaloo and talk to the helpful and friendly designers at 1StopBedrooms. Unlike those other guys, these folks don’t earn any commission on any part of their interaction with you. Their job is exclusively helping you find the products you’re looking for and upholding 1SB’s reputation in the industry as offering the highest degree of customer service. The only benefit they receive from their interaction with you is your positive response to survey questions at the end of the call—so you know that they’re really in it to ensure your satisfaction!

Once you’ve spoken with the designers, you’ll probably have a much clearer idea of what it is that you’re looking for—you may even understand the difference between modern, mid-century modern, and contemporary. We’ll spoil the ending: the first one was the modern style of the early 1900’s up to the mid-1900s, the second was the modern style of the 50’s and 60’s and the last one is the modern style of today. Here and now. It can actually be quite difficult to keep up with a contemporary style because trends are always shifting and you will have to be continually updating your décor to stay ahead of what’s hot in the world of home décor.

Once you’ve settled on a theme and have a clearer road map of what pieces you want in what styles, you can head over to 1SB and enter this information into the user search box and filtering tools. This lets you browse by keyword, shape, style, color, size, and more! No matter what you’re looking for, you’re sure to find something that works for your needs from some of the amazing brands that you know and love!

Something that will probably stand out to you is the price of everything. It’s rare you’re able to find furniture this inexpensive! You may be asking yourself whether the quality is on par with the price. Well, you’ll be happy to hear that this is one of those rare times that inexpensive does not mean cheap. With 1SB, you’re actually shopping directly from the manufacturer for pedestal fans and your beloved beds, which means you’re cutting out the middlemen. Cutting out the middlemen allows 1SB to slash prices on the same products you see at big retailers because they don’t have to charge you a premium on their overhead costs. You’re simply paying for quality.

On the subject of quality, expect nothing but the best from 1SB. Everything on the site features only the best craftsmanship from the brands that you’ve come to rely on. Despite their price tags, many of these items are actually heirloom pieces—meaning, rather than needing to be replaced in a few years, you’ll likely have to figure out what to do with these after you’re gone! They may even show up in antique stores 100 years from now.

With all of this to offer, 1StopBedrooms should be your one-and-only stop when it comes to searching for a new sectional. Nothing can beat the excellent quality and customer service at a price that won’t break the bank, so start shopping!

Sana Ahmed

Sana Ahmed, an alumnus of the Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in Interior Architecture, has been influential in design writing since 2014. Joining our editorial team as a freelancer in 2021, Sana combines technical knowledge and aesthetic sensibility. Sana's approach to writing combines practicality with a flair for contemporary trends. Her experience includes working with renowned design firms and participating in international design workshops. Sana advocates for sustainable living and enjoys creating upcycled art in her free time.

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