Not a fan of the same old furniture

My former husband used to prefer wood furniture, so we easily had a ton of oak furniture, but I don’t believe that look seems undoubtedly feminine.

I have recently begun the hunt for some new furniture. The leather chairs I had in the living room actually reached a catastrophic end when the swivel mechanisms went haywire and I ended up with my butt on the floor a single night. So now, all I have in the living room are my leather couch and a few wood chairs borrowed from around our wood table in the dining area! It seriously looks ridiculous, but to tell you the truth, I have been to every furniture store in our small city, and I haven’t managed to locate anything I honestly like yet. All the furniture seems to be look-alike furniture in the chain stores, and I am totally sick of looking at the same thing everywhere I venture to. The complication is that I have no interior design ideas. I can’t tell tuscan beauty from southwest style and don’t get me started on transitional sophistication or European furniture. I just don’t even know what it all means! I have sincerely considered hiring a designer to get some interior design help, but when I think of actually breaking the bank with that kind of cost, I get distraught about whether it is totally worth it. My former husband used to prefer wood furniture, so we easily had a ton of oak furniture, but I don’t believe that look seems undoubtedly feminine. Since I live entirely on my own, I would like my dwelling to reflect me. I don’t particularly want masculine wood chairs and oak furniture. My acquaintance has proposed that I look through Pinterest, discover things I like, and get custom built furniture that is simply mine. I really appreciate that idea, and I am now saving up as much as possible.

 

Glamorous bedroom