Moving with another person is a step forward in their relationship. While this is positive, there is a practical problem that must be solved. This practice is something lined furniture. Both have such kitchen tables, beds or other things you when you lived it yourself. While traveling with another person, it is a duplicate of the piece of furniture must be treated. In this article I'll tell you what I've been able to handle this with my current wife when we moved together.
Whatever you get rid of and if you need a new
Although each of you could have furniture you want to keep both, there may be situations where you realize that both want to get rid of something and replace it with a new one. For example, I was sleeping in my comfortable double bed. When I moved with my girlfriend (now my wife), my partner was not happy with the bed at all. However, it was comfortable to sleep in his own bed so we put her bed and temporarily part of my double bed. However, we decided that we want to buy a new bed and completely get rid of the old beds. We now have a new bed and we are happy to sleep.
Decide what remains
Sometimes you have to make tough decisions about what furniture and who stays. I think it depends on the situation. For example, I know I can not get rid of my TV because it had a much more recent. In addition, we have decided to keep my kitchen table, since mine was more suited to our needs.
The time to process the furniture
I realize that time is a very effective element when it comes to additional furniture. Sometimes you realize that a particular piece of furniture does not serve you and it is time to let go of it. One of them was my coffee table. It was not bad for us, but in the end we just wanted to change the order of our furniture to better suit our needs. And the coffee table had to go. I know you think our life works much better without the prior table.
Have a plan to put things you do not need
You also need to have a plan of where to put things that do not need more. Giving, selling or recycling are ways to handle this. Sometimes you might need some alternatives to handle things like taking your friends or family or parents room for storage platforms. Because, finally, try to avoid taking breaks whenever possible.