6 Top Tips for Renovating Your Office Space on a Limited Budget

Modern open space office interior

If you want to keep feeling motivated while working from home, the look and feel of your office space are vitally important.

Without putting proper thought into it, an office space can easily feel drab, claustrophobic, and uninspiring, and It could even be lowering your productivity.

Luckily there are dozens of easy ways to renovate your office space even if you’re on a limited budget. Here are six top tips you need to know for getting started.

Plan ahead

Before you get stuck in, it’s crucial to plan ahead by working out how much you can afford to spend, as well as prioritizing the areas you’d like to work on most.

Draw up a clear budget with money allocated to each type of item you’ll need to buy, such as a new chair, paint, and tools.

This will ensure you don’t spend more money than you’re able to.

Recycle, repurpose, reuse

Another great way to save money while renovating is to reuse or repurpose old items.

This could mean upcycling your old furniture, or buying decor second-hand from charity shops or sites online.

You may even be able to find second-hand decor for free through sites like Gumtree or Facebook Marketplace.

Nurture through nature

Plants aren’t just a cheap and easy way to bring life into an indoor space – they’ve also been proven to boost wellbeing and productivity.

By simply adding some greenery to the space you’ll be creating a calmer, airier, and more pleasant environment.

Jazz up the walls

Another easy way to brighten an office is by adding artwork or other decorations to the wall.

Whether it’s prints of famous artwork or paintings by local artists, they’ll instantly make the room feel more characterful and interesting.

Light it up

Is the office feeling a little dark and drab? Adding some standing or desk lamps will instantly brighten the room.

Lamps can also help mitigate the harsh feel that overhead office lights often create.

Get stuck in

Labor costs can be the most expensive part of renovating a space.

This could mean anything from asking your friends and family for renovation ideas to getting out a hammer, nails, and a Milwaukee drill and doing some of the work as a team.

Following all these tips, it is likely that you will feel happier working there, and more productive overall.

With just a few small changes, your office will soon feel like a brand-new space.

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Bella Duckworth

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“Architecture is really about well-being. I think that people want to feel good in a space… On the one hand, it’s about shelter, but it’s also about pleasure.” – Zaha Hadid

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