Katlyn 24" Rustic Bar Stool Finish: Ready to Finish, Upholstery: Saddle
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Isn't that a loaded question? Ha! The answer might be free to the big bucks. You could pick someone else's junk off the side of the street or you could get into some major debt trying to buy everything for your house over the catalogs.
The other variable is size. If you have a smaller space, such as an apartment, it will cost less than that McMansion.
One general guideline I have heard is depend on about 25% of your home's value.
So in case you bought your own home approximately $250,000 your furnishing budget could be $62, 500. Now, that seems a little on the high side for me. A house that is certainly $250,000 will probably be about 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. I would say you might furnish it approximately half that, in the event you don't drink too much. If you want to get a little more custom, I could see spending the $62, 500.
Here are some of my guides to the rooms of the home.
Mid Range $6,500
Higher Range $12,500
Mid Range $6,100
Higher Range $13, 300
Mid Range $8,200
Higher Range $16,000
Mid Range $6,000
Higher Range $12,400
Mid Range $7,200
Higher Range $15,000
Mid Range $3,700
Higher Range $7,800
I know there will be some people who balk at some of these numbers and a few which will think they are too low. Katlyn 24" rustic bar stool finish: ready to finish, upholstery: saddle, It all depends what your location is in the nation, what your taste is and just how you decide to go about furnishing you home. Just remember, you receive that which you spend on most often than not.