When your furniture falls apart you need to decide what to do next. Leaving the furniture as it is, even if it is only slightly broken, could worsen the areas that are currently damaged. Your options then boil down to fixing or replacing. There are reasons why both of these options could make sense but you would need to analyze the situation to figure out which route would work best for your needs.
Taking the time to fix your seagrass furniture could be both financially and environmentally responsible of you. Repairing a broken table leg instead of tossing the entire table out is much less wasteful.
Knowing When to Replace
A kitchen table you either bought second-hand or from a cheap supplier might be great for your wallet but there is a possibility that it might not hold up. If your furniture were to get damaged or even break, you would need to determine if the piece is worth trying to fix. You may find that trying to fix the piece of furniture may be so costly or impractical that it would make more sense to simply purchase a replacement.
If that Wicker Paradise chair that got slightly damaged at the holiday party you held the other month is still in solid working condition but it no longer fits your needs, then you may want to donate it to someone who could also make good use of it. Throwing furniture that is in working condition away may not be the wisest, as it could go to someone less fortunate.