Furniture Buyers Guide

Getting new furniture is an exciting time but choosing the perfect pieces does take a bit of thought and preparation before making a purchase. Whatever look you are trying to create can be achieved with the right planning and Finewood have a superb range of oak, pine, rough sawn furniture to choose from. Based in Derby, our showroom is constantly getting new stock in and we currently have some great discounts available. We also specialise in bespoke made to measure furniture that is totally unique to your home and makes the most of the space you have. In this blog, we take a look at how to purchase the best furniture for your home.

Coffee chest - rough sawn

Choosing Your New Furniture

For larger rooms such as the living room, darker woods look bigger and heavier which have a more dramatic style. Designs with glass in give the illusion of space making them a better choice if you are tight on space. The most important thing to remember is that less is more when it comes to furniture and quality is most definitely more important than quantity. Think about storage too when buying your furniture as clutter diminishes the look of any room. Try and coordinate the furniture you buy and have a clear picture of what you want the room look like once completed. Finally, and perhaps more importantly, get your measurements correct! There is nothing worse than buying a beautiful new piece only to find out it doesn’t fit.

See our Furniture for Yourself

We are open seven days a week and would love for you to come down to see our furniture for yourself. All of our pieces are fully guaranteed and are handmade in the UK using responsibly sourced wood. Finewood also have our own delivery team that operate throughout Staffordshire and Derbyshire ensuring you get your furniture safely. For a free quote, or to discuss any of our services in more detail please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today to find out more.

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