Designing a waiting room, let alone any room, isn't cheap. There are many things that go into designing a waiting room, such as paint color, furniture and fabrics. Luckily, we live in a day and age where we can hop on a computer and get instant DIY design inspiration and find creative ways to decorate without having to spend hours and hours mulling it over or breaking the bank.
Listed below are some of our tips on ways to find inspiration and save some money.
Cost Effective Painting Solutions
Instead of painting an entire room, consider painting a feature wall (assuming your current wall color is a neutral color that will work well and doesn't need a touch up).
Image Source: How To Decorate
A feature wall can be anything you want it to be. The point of it is that you decorate/paint (or both) one wall in your room that is the "feature" of the room. All other pieces of décor can pull out elements from this wall and be incorporated into it.
Shop Discounted Furniture
A cost effective way to furnish your waiting room is to shop on sale items on the furniture manufacturer's site or the designated sale area in their store. Another option is to shop coupon sites like Retailmenot for coupons from furniture manufacturers and retailers to see if you can save a buck or two. More often than not, you will find something you can use.
Use Pinterest for DIY Décor Ideas
Pinterest is known as a visual bookmarking site that helps people discover and save creative ideas. And in the office décor arena, there are plenty of DIY design boards to scour for inspiration.
Not only is Pinterest a treasure trove for ideas, but you can also create your own design board to save all of the pins you come across and come back to it later.
Image Source: Pinterest
As you can see, there are ways to create a beautifully designed room without spending a ton of money. All it takes is a little imagination and some elbow grease! If you're ready to start shopping, make sure to take a look at our discounted waiting room furniture to see if we have something that would work for your decor!