“You’ve just got to be smart,” he says.
“If you’re not smart enough to do it, don’t do it.”
Bryant, who is currently working on a new book, is quick to point out that the price of furniture is one of the biggest issues for consumers.
“You need a price point,” he said.
“You’re looking at $2,500 for a single bed, $7,000 for a double bed.
It’s just not worth it.”
While Bryant’s new book is expected to be released in 2019, it’s already made waves.
In addition to being the first book to be published in the U.S., it also sparked a viral conversation about whether people can afford to buy high-end furniture in the first place.
Brett is skeptical of this idea.
“The fact is, we’re not buying more,” he told Business Insider.
“We’re buying lower.
We’re buying the cheapest things, and that’s it.”
Bryand says he doesn’t believe that the average person can afford the prices in the market, but he also believes that we are not buying the things that we need.
“The reality is that if you think about it, it is possible for a consumer to buy a $2.5 million bed, a $6 million bed and $10 million bed,” he explained.
“But it’s just as likely to be a $600,000 bed that’s a one-bedroom.”
If you need a cheaper bed, Bryant says you need to buy an older bed, like the one he bought for $6,500.
But, Bryant insists that if someone needs a one bedroom that costs $10,000, that’s just a luxury.
You need to be smarter about where you buy, and the cheapest thing that you can find is going to be the thing that makes your life easier.
It’s important to note that not all of Bryant’s recommendations apply to every single type of home.
He says you can also find the same quality and price point in an apartment or a loft, and even in a condo.
So, is buying a $10k bed for $1,500 worth it?
But it does give you a bit more of an edge.
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