In Need Of New Armchairs

I have recently moved into a new neighborhood, and I’m pretty much ecstatic with my new house despite the fact that there is a load of things for me to do. You know, the usual thing that you need to do whenever you find yourself moving into a new home.

I’ve been spending my time packing and unpacking and throwing away those old and useless stuff so they don’t clutter my new home the way they did in my old place. It’s an undeniably gruesome feat, considering that I don’t get much help from my friends or family to get it done. But tiring as it is, I discovered that the whole thing gives me quite a huge satisfaction. My new home is now junk free. I’ve finally gotten rid some old, broken furniture after much procrastination on my part.

De-cluttering is good for my heart, body and soul, but at the end of the day, I discovered that I need to make some necessary furniture purchases. One thing that tops my list right at the moment is of course, some armchairs as I’ve gotten rid of my old ones. I can live without a rickety kitchen table or a termite-infested TV rack, but I can never live without a comfortable armchair to sit on after a long day at work. I certainly can’t imagine myself sitting on the cold, hard floor every day. It will without a doubt gives me a terrible backache that will most definitely send me to the chiropractor’s office.

Do you know where I can get some reasonably priced armchairs? A good friend of mine recommended a furniture website for high quality armchairs with a reasonably good price. My friend is all but singing praises about that online shop. Should I check it out and make my purchase from there too? Right at the moment, online shopping sounds pretty tempting. I don’t think I have much energy left to go about after all those energy taxing de-cluttering sessions that I’ve done.

About Pepper

I am a single working mom, trying to raise my kid the best way I know how. Join me as I navigate my way through the jungle that is Single Mom-hood, armed with rose-colored glasses and strength of spirit. As pepper adds spice to food, so does my daughter add spice to my life. She makes life no less than…PEPPERRIFIC!

Catch me on G+.


  1. Do you have Ikea near you? Their furniture has gotten way better in the comfortableness department and their prices are usually cheaper than most.

  2. I think IKEA would be a good place to try too!

  3. wow congratulations on your new house. im sure you’ll be busy with a lot of stuff these days. and yeah i agree with you when it comes to trying to de-clutter our lives.

  4. If you don’t have any furniture showroom nearby, online shopping will be the best idea..Sofasofa is a good site…Do a bit of comparison shopping and you’ll be alright.

  5. Gigi Beleno says

    That’s what I would like to do also . . . declutter and then I will check out their designs once I gained space.

  6. Oh my gosh, I have a de-cluttering project which I’m planning for next week. I hope I can de-clutter and clean our house successfully!

  7. Don’t forget craigslist and estate sales, auctions, etc. Re-purposing is the interior design concept du jour, and rightfully so. I recently refurnished my old house with entirely secondhand. I reupholstered and color blocked, and voila. Ikea has always been a favorite. As for sofasofa, a basic precursory online search of reviews says it all. They’re customer service is appalling and you get what you pay for, though the prices seem to be right.

Speak Your Mind