Do you have a boring office? Want to spice things up and make your office space more “you”? Here are 10 budget-friendly office products you can get at Target.
After getting decor and organization ideas, be sure to enter the $200 Target Gift Card Giveaway.
7 Things to Get at Target to Spice Up a Boring Office
Ceramic Table Lamp – $30
Brighten things up with this Gray Medium Assembled Ceramic Table Lamp from Threshold™. With a glossy, bud-shaped base and speckled design, it gives the room and chic, sophisticated flair. The soft, ambient glow has a simple on/off switch for easy operation.
Artificial Succulent Plant Arrangement – $20
For a warm new look, choose one of these Artificial Succulent Plant Arrangement in Pot from Project 62™. These faux succulents can provide a bright, natural-looking touch to your office.
Framed Leaves Decorative Wall Art – $75
This delicate, nature-inspired set of 3 28″x12″ Framed Leaves Decorative Wall Art from Threshold™ can easily be hung in a vertical or horizontal row or in three separate locations. The print is on frayed paper for a textured, refined look.
Grid Wall Organizer with Clips – Threshold™ – $18
This Threshold Grid Wall Organizer is a versatile, cost-effective way to display your pictures, notes, and more. Put this elegant and trendy organizer on the wall or ceiling or have it free-standing on the floor. It can even connect to other panels.
3 Compartments Wood Desk Organizer – $16.99
This 3 Compartment desk organizer helps you store miscellaneous office supplies or keep your essentials organized. With 3 compartments made of cedarwood material, this high-quality desktop organizer and pencil holder set are a perfect combination of function and style.
Steel Onyx Mesh File Cart with 1 File Drawer and 2 Small Drawers – $125.59
Get organized with this durable, contemporary Mesh File Cart. It has a letter-size file cube for hanging files, two storage drawers, and a black powder coat finish with four swivel (2 locking) casters.
Rylen Office Chair – $207.99
This Rylan Office Chair with a comfy Sherpa material adds a contemporary, warm and inviting style to your office. It has a wide back, high arms, and a thick cushioned, adjustable seat.
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