I absolutely love the little slice of heaven that I’m living in right now. Seriously, happiness doesn’t even begin to describe how much I love living in my dream apartment, I’ve even nick-named it “The Palace” because it makes me feel like I’m living in a fairytale. And with a new place to call my own, I get the privilege of decorating however I please, which means all of my money isn’t being spent on clothing but opting to buy new furniture whenever I can. When I heard about Underpriced Furniture in Atlanta I knew I would have to make a beeline there in hopes of scoring a new dining room table.
This place is absolutely massive! You walk in and you’re almost overwhelmed with all the possible directions to go, however if you were like me you made a beeline to the Magnolia Home collection by Joanna Gaines (yes the very Chip and Joanna from HGTV). It was really great to see the collection in person, and to feel the weight and quality behind the pieces I contemplated buying.
Underpriced Furniture was more or less a Southern Showcase Ikea. It’s one of the largest furniture warehouses in the Southeast, and you can traverse room by room, style by style and there’s no doubt you won’t land on something you love. I think one of my favorite things in the entire store was getting ideas for my own place. While I have the majority of the big things knocked out, it’s the decor elements and wall trimmings that I’m looking for now! I felt semi like a design pro because one of the living rooms looked very similar to what I’ve put together at my own home. Maybe HGTV needs another host? If so, I volunteer as tribute!
If you are in the market for new furniture, I highly recommend paying a trip to Underpriced Furniture! And even if you have to have furniture delivered, you can have your items delivered to you on the same day.
If you want to see more of the store and hear my review, be sure to check out my store tour here on YouTube!
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