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Whether you work from home or have a desk job chances are, you spend a lot of time in your office. For that reason, it’s easy to understand why you’d want that space to be inviting. However, even the smallest of spaces can cost a fortune to furnish if you don’t know ways to cut costs. So today, I’m sharing How to Decorate Your Office on a Tight Budget. By the end, you’ll be able to have the office of your dreams without getting yourself into debt!
How to Decorate Your Office on a Tight Budget
If you are a long time reader of my blog then you know I am all about being friendly to my budget. You can get the things you want but at a much lower price tag if you just utilize a few skills. Did you know that the average cost for updating or setting up an office space can cost anywhere from $3,500 – $6,000? Before I start with sharing these tips I want to mention one thing – it’s important to start with a budget in mind. Knowing your budget for a particular purchase can help keep you in line of the goal and out of any debt. So with that being said, here are some fantastic tips for how you can decorate your office on a tight budget.
Get thrifty with furniture
If your first instinct is to go to an office furniture store, try something different! You’d be surprised to know that you can find great furniture pieces at thrift stores that may need a little love, but will save you some dollars!
Forget the expensive wall art
I get it, blank walls are boring. As a person who LOVES design and color, I could not have a blank wall near my work space all day. Knowing you want wall art is one thing but finding the right pieces of art at affordable prices can be a challenge. Try shopping at big-box stores to get the best deals. Another great option is to look at online canvas shops. They can offer large prints at affordable prices. Totally inexpensive but unique and fun!
Add plants to your office design, they are affordable and fun. Pick plants that are easy to take care of like:
- Spider plant
- Lemon balm
- Peace lily
- Golden pothos.
So now that you’ve read these tips, what is your favorite way to pull together your office space on a budget?