Purchasing low quality furniture is akin to throwing money in the trash. The long-term costs of cheap furniture outweigh the short-term benefits those pieces may provide you. While inexpensive furniture may be a lower upfront investment, it ends up costing more in the long run due to repair or replacement costs. The average replacement cost of an inexpensive sofa will be about $600-$2,500, while the average replacement cost of an inexpensive dining table will range from $1,000-$3,000. Instead of continuously purchasing furniture over your lifetime, invest in a piece of Amish craftsmanship. Custom Amish furniture offers many benefits over cheap, mass-produced pieces, including intricate details, resilient finishes, and meticulous craftsmanship. Check out the infographic to learn more!