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    Junior Member hokeypokey is infamous around these parts
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    My sister told me her built-in furnishing always needed repair from time to time... So I advised her to buy furniture of her own

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    If you want something for long term, I think it's best to go with built in furnishing. But if you plan on moving at some point - you may have to leave it behind or something.

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    I'd like to buy furniture of my own so I can still use them in case I move out, relocate.

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    Big cabinets for kitchen/room area are okay I believe...

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    Junior Member grrlacious is infamous around these parts
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    Well, firstly and obviously, you can't replace built-in furniture, which makes it hard for redecorating. If you really want built-in furniture, choose wisely which furniture needs less frequent replacing.

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    better believe it.. not generally strong and great in quality

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    Pros is that they are very sturdy. You wont have to worry about knocking them over especially when you have kids at home. Cons of course is that you cannot replace them easily when you want to redecorate your home.

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