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5 Home Must-Haves You Should Never Scrimp On

No, it doesn't include expensive investment antiques!

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In an ideal world, every home—big or small—would be clad in big-ticket furniture, high-quality homeware, and other pieces that would last for decades. 

However, the reality is, not everyone can afford extravagant fixtures—especially first-time homeowners. While there is no problem with buying affordable furnishings, there are important key items worth splurging on that will not only keep your home stylish but comfortable, too. 

Here are five things you shouldn't think twice about buying: 

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