First dorm? Empty-nesters? How to find furniture that’s just right, based on where you are in life
Kristen Schipfer-Barrett, the digital media and communications manager for Badcock Home Furniture, helped provide the following guide. Let’s say you’re ...Moving into a dorm roomDorms often come with big furniture pieces, but these rooms might not have everything a student will need. “You’ll probably want to make your dorm a more beautiful and stylish space -- and make it feel like home,” Schipfer-Barrett said. Perhaps a side-server or more furniture pieces that will offer storage? You might (pick up something on your adventures) and ask yourself, ‘Can we incorporate this into a room?’” Schipfer-Barrett said.
VIDEO: How to set up your living room for the ideal game-watching experience
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. The views expressed in this article are those of the advertiser and do not necessarily reflect those of this site or affiliated companies. Whether you’re having people over for the game on Sunday or it’s still a bit too soon, based on the pandemic, it’s still nice to hear from the experts when it comes to hosting and how to best arrange your furniture or your living space. A merchandising strategist from Badcock Home Furniture, in Kissimmee, said you want to strive for “comfort and function, mixed with a little style.”She went on to provide some tips as to how you’d ideally go about setting up your family room, or an entertaining space. For the full video, click play, above.