When choosing new furniture, one of the most important — and sometimes confusing — considerations is fabric selection. From kids and pets to dirty shoes and spilled drinks, you need material that can stand up to everyday life. But how do you know what’s best?
First, consider how the furniture will be used. If your furniture will be subjected to heavy wear, like a couch in a central area of your home, it’s best to choose a tough, durable fabric that’s easy to clean and can withstand daily use. In these cases, look for tightly woven fabrics with high thread counts (the number of threads per square inch). Also consider who will be using your new furniture. If you invite pets onto the couch, for example, consider a microfiber or faux leather since these fabrics can withstand extra wear and tear.
No matter what you’re shopping for, the following guide will help you better understand the different types of upholstery fabric in order to make the best choice for you and your family.
The holiday season can be hard on your wallet, especially when it comes to buying thoughtful gifts for the ones you love most. Fortunately, there’s an alternative: At Rent-A-Center, you can give big gifts for small payments. It’s better than layaway because you take the products you want home today, and you’ll create holiday joy—not holiday debt—with no credit needed. Here are a few of the products available at Rent-A-Center that you’ll want to add to your holiday wish list.Read Story
With the holidays quickly approaching, you probably have family and friends on the way to stay overnight in your home. Here are some tips and tricks to help you create a warm and inviting guest bedroom that will make your guests feel right at home.Read Story
The living room is a place for gathering. From movie nights with big bowls of popcorn to lazy days with books and a blanket, your living room should reflect the way you live.
It should be comfortable, durable, and stylish, too. And if you’re looking for a way to achieve all of these aesthetics, turn to Signature Design by Ashley Ackerly sofa and loveseat. Here are a few reasons why we love it.
You’ve labored over key items in your space: a classic L-shaped sectional, the meticulously placed vintage rug, and the oh-so-perfect palette to pull it all together. In design, it’s often the details that ultimately make a room feel complete. Being mindful of the light that fills your space is just as important, but is sometimes overlooked. More than natural light, lamps — and their shades — bring function and character to our lived-in rooms. Your room will be made in the shade if you follow these simple do’s and don’ts for lamp light and your décor.Read Story
Aside from the kitchen, the bedroom is arguably the most important room in the home, and a well-designed bedroom allows for both romance and rest. The ancient Chinese discipline of feng shui (pronounced “fung shway”) suggests that the way furnishings are arranged within a space directly affects the energy of the room. Equally important are how furnishings relate to one another. Try these simple ideas for a feng shui bedroom.
It’s easy to pull together end table décor that speaks volumes about your personal style. Start by gathering items that you love, no matter how different they seem, and have fun playing around with combinations.