8 Cheap & Easy Ways you can improve your Home Office [Infographic]

For many people, their home office means the world to them. It’s their main hub for their business and the way they pay their bills. So keeping it tidy, nice to look at and actually having items that benefit you on a daily basis is key.  This post is going to take you through a few budget-friendly ways you can improve your home office.

Your Desk

The desk is pretty much the most important thing in your home office, as you need it for most of the jobs that you need to do. Desks can be expensive, ranging from around £150 to the thousands! However, there are many ways to get around this.  One way is to look in charity shops as you might be able to find an amazing desk for under £100. You could also look on sites such as eBay or Gumtree, similar to the charity shops, they may have some damage to certain areas but you can always fix it yourself.

Add Some Decoration

You will be in your home business a lot and looking at a bland wall or desk all day wont help motivate you to achieve your goals. Add some decoration that is from your other loves in life, whether it be family pictures or sports memorabilia, it’ll definitely brighten up the place. You could also add a plant. They change any not so pleasant gasses into lovely oxygen throughout your day as well!

Create a Phone charging Unit

Keeping your phone charged is essential for any business owner as answering phone calls and emails on the go is just part of your life. This is why its essential to always keep it charged and in arms reach at all times. One way of doing this is creating a DIY phone-charging unit.

If you want to learn more about DIY phone charging units, and other uses for plastic like polycarbonate, check out this great infographic below:

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