Often, when selecting pieces with which to redecorate their living space, homeowners consider what would be attractive to potential buyers, should the time come for the house to be sold. But some experts are suggesting that people decorate their home to dwell, not sell."When people were buying and moving, we stressed making your home a reflection of what everyone likes. Now, finally, we can embrace our homes, and have them reflect what we love," host of HGTV's Designed to Sell and Bang for Your Buck, Lisa LaPorta, told the Marin Independent Journal. "When you update to stay, you don't have to be safe. You can have a blast."Instead of picking out furniture that can be easy to pack-up and move, homeowners who know they will be living in their home for some time can invest in beautiful pieces of Amish furniture.Whether selecting a large entertainment center as the focal point of one's living room or a log-furniture bedroom set to transform the bedroom into a cabin-like oasis, homeowners can let their personal decorating style shine through their chosen furnishings, and focus on pieces that they truly enjoy.
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