Buy secondhand furniture instead of cheap pieces

09/15/2009 | Slate

If you don't have to money to invest in long-term furniture pieces yet, Nina Shen Rastogi offers a guide to making the greenest purchase you can afford. Buying secondhand means you're not contributing to manufacturing and may allow you to afford a higher-quality, longer-lasting item, she notes.

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