Tricks for getting good furniture for cheap prices

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You get what you pay for,  several restore outlets across the nation.  You may spend more gas trying to save a $100.

Home Depot and Lowe's have damaged items for about 40% off and generally no one will be able to tell.

Sometimes a couple finish nails and liquid nails can fix almost anything.  Tile can be bought for $1 per square at same places and you don't have to worry about  if there is enough.

I have driven around for hours trying to save $100.  If you have the time and doing the labor it might be worth your time.

Habitat, outlet places that take on merchandise , etc.  A little creativity may help find a couple deals.

good luck

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