Not only will it have a positive visual impact on your room, but it will also ensure an easier life, thanks to its physical support and relaxing comfort. By making a one-time investment in a high-quality item, you'll also make a long-term investment in your quality of life. When you live in an apartment or condo, it can be difficult to know when to invest in furniture and when you can get away with something cheaper. Your space is likely to be small and could be more of a temporary housing situation than a permanent one.
However, regardless of your square footage or future moving plans, it's usually worth spending a little more on certain types of furniture, pieces where comfort and longevity are important. To start with, you should definitely invest in your sofa or sofa (via The Spruce). This piece of furniture is not only where you and your family spend a lot of time, but it is also often an important focal point in your room. A good sofa could last a whopping 25 years.
If you opt for something of lower quality, you may be saving money now, but you'll be buying sofas again in ten years or less. When people buy design as an investment in Europe and the United States, as they are mature markets, they choose vintage, classic and contemporary design, since it belongs to a specific culture, history and aesthetic, such as Scandinavian, French or Italian design, which has evolved over the centuries in an environment that has not yet been globalized , while in Asia they look to the future and to contemporary design, especially to internationally renowned designers. Spending money on museum-worthy furniture, whether antique or contemporary, is considered an investment because the designs will continue to be relevant for years to come. Gallery owner Victor Gastou says: “The pieces that have the greatest investment potential are from contemporary designers or designers who don't have the recognition they deserve.