Some people seem to think so.
If you willing to indulge in Tzedokoh, then you can indulge in material possessions.
Not sure what you mean by “substandard”. You get the best quality”stuff” you can afford that serves its intended pupose and provide you and your family with satisfaction. If your not a big “car person” than there is no need to buy a $75,000 luxury SUV if a $35,000 provides the fucntionality, safety, space and comfort you need. Buying to impress others rarely provides the satisfaction you are seeking but deliberately living a spartan lifestyle with substandard material posessions may cost more in the long-term and in some cases could also put you and your family at risk.
The tent doors in the desert did not face each other, maybe, in order that one should not see and desire the others possessions.
No, but it might be a sign of being someone who doesn’t care
so much about material things (or doesn’t have much money).