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Do you rather have a new modern bedroom set or a an antique? Would you be swayed to have an antique if it has sentimental value?

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No bedroom set for me.  Haven't had one for over 30 years.  They ae a waste of money, in my opinion.  I'd rather put $$ into buying a great mattress and good frame, good pillows and nice bedding, than a cumbersome set.  I would like the antique set, for sentimental reasons only.  Until then, give me simplicity please!

Honestly my bedroom set is old.  I need a new one!  It's not an antique, it's just old.  We are slowly replacing and redoing our home and this is probably the last on the list.

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