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Furnishing Your First Home: 5 Pieces to Buy Now

Once you've moved into your new home, what pieces do you buy first? Be guided by this checklist

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Photography: Vincent Coscolluela

Moving into a new home or starting a new life in your own personal pad can be daunting, especially when you're faced with the task of filling it with furniture and decor. What do you buy first? Do you simply get the first piece that caught your attention? Do you purchase a piece just because it's cute and charming?

"Furnishing your first home is a matter of budgeting and prioritizing your needs," shares interior designer Peaches de Guzman-Grey. If you're currently going through this milestone of furnishing your first home, here are five pieces that you should prioritize.

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