Interior Design For Bargain HuntersWritten by Rosemary Leake
Interior design for bargain hunters is new fashionable item in arena of interior design. Everyone is interested these days in making their money stretch as far as it possibly can. There are many, many possible ways to achieve this. The most important determining factor in your success is amount of patience and time you are willing to invest in order to find and purchase true items of value and not frivolous purchases which are of significantly less value that you will regret later.
The places you will find most traditional bargain hunters looking for pieces related to interior design are places such as second hand furniture stores, seconds depots, and discount stores. If you shop around in these stores, you are likely to run across great purchases for interior design for bargain hunters. These purchases might include items such as furniture, linens, accessories, and like. You can even occasionally find bargains on household electronics such as wide screen televisions and stereo systems. Be sure when buying items such as these that they are in useable condition and fact that they are broken is not reason they are for sale so cheap.
Another potential place to purchase items for interior design for bargain hunters would be homemade sales such as yard sales, flea markets, auctions, and estate sales. These places are no longer areas where you will find occasional bargain hunter and enormous amounts of obsolete, valuable items that no one will find but you. Rather, these places have been commercialized as being places to find great deals and even most common shopper has his or her eyes open for that ‘dream’ deal. This being said, these places are still great resources for bargain hunter who is looking to buy well-conditioned, useable items for a better cost then one would find in a department store.
Perfect to the PennyWritten by Bob Curtis
At some point in our careers, we may find ourselves part of an obsolete operation, such as a downsizing, business insolvency, or even a single retail store closing. This can be a time of positive reflection for us, if we “step back” and ponder good things that have happened, as well as all new things we have learned. Such was case for us, not long ago. Our store was closing. I could take time to list all shoulda, coulda, woulda items that may have made a difference, and perhaps even have saved store, but at this point, it doesn’t matter anymore. This is written to add human perspective and feeling when considering impending change. We had already had our last “store meeting”. It turned out to be a barbeque at someone’s home. Our store manager arranged for all of us to be at store together for a one hour window of time. He bought everyone a tall fruit smoothie drink and we just sat around and talked and laughed. Then it occurred to us that this would be last time all of us would ever be together at same time again. The store would close, some of us were moving, and we would all go our own separate ways, forever. We had made efforts to let others know who had worked with us in past that store was closing. I had written a poem about event and had given copies to all who I thought may care. It went like this:
Where does one begin? How does one collect thoughts The feelings and essence of an Era that has come to a close? To simply put words to paper Does not convey yearnings The hopes and excitement The companionship and triumphs that Were waged and won Individually and as a team As we strived for best In each other and collectively To make a success of our dreams.
And now, at it’s passing We reflect on special times The sweet times The personal times of joy and tears Shared among us, for us and Because of us for The essence of life Was not within these walls But within heart The mind, and blood Of those within.