Let’s face it, you spend a ton of time at your desk. Whether it’s in an office or at home, your desk should reflect your personality and inspire you while you work.
There are a ton of options when it comes to decorating your workstation. Don’t worry if your work area is small, there is still the opportunity to deck out your walls, desk and floor that make up your workspace.
After hours of work, the way you decorate your workstation can actually keep you inspired and productive.
If you meet with clients or coworkers, you want to have a nice space to bring them to.

On a budget? You can make a few of the right products go a long way.
One commonality that all workstation themes have is artificial plants. The right artificial plant looks exactly like a real plant but doesn’t require the hassle and green thumb required to keep them alive like real plants do.
If you don’t know where to start when it comes to decorating your desk, no worries! In this post we will give you ideas for themes and products so that you can decorate your workstation and make it a space that you love. So, let’s dive in!


A minimalist approach to decorating your workspace is characterized by a few objects that make a maximum impact. This sleek type of décor incorporates space, light and objects in an organized way and plants are a great way to spruce up your desk (especially small artificial orchids like the Phalaenopsis Artificial Arrangement in Vase or the Dendrobium and Bromeliad Arrangement)
Consider something green without color as to not be too distracting. An artificial bonsai tree adds a sense of zen to any desktop.
Additionally, organization is crucial to a minimalistic workstation so check out this desk organizer from Anthropologie.


A colorful workstation can help keep you energized and inspired. For a space big or small, there is a plethora of accessories that add a splash of color to a drab workspace.
Artificial plants are a great way to add color to your desk such as this bromeliad planter which is beautiful and a breeze to maintain.
If you really want to spruce up your workstation with color, you may want to add a colorful rug like this Arlo rug from Wayfair.

Boho Chic

Boho chic is all the rage so why not make your workstation reflect this beautiful theme? Boho chic décor is characterized with a sense of culture and exotic flair. This theme is full of artistic touches and is rooted in a natural look.
Succulents are key to a boho chic décor. If you want your plant to hang from the wall, check out this option. If you want a succulent on the top of your desk, consider this planter.
To top off the look, check out this dreamcatcher wall hanging if you have the wall space as it’s whimsical and absolutely gorgeous.

Inspired by Nature

Want to bring the outdoors indoors? Are you a nature lover? Then your workstation should reflect nature’s touch.
To pull off a nature inspired workstation, consider multiple artificial plants and an artificial tree so that you’re surrounded by nature. Artificial plants and trees mean that you don’t have to deal with the hassle that comes with real plants and trees. They don’t require water or upkeep—just a simple dusting every few months.
To maximize the incorporation of nature into your workspace, consider getting multiple plants like this set of 3 ferns to stagger on your desk and/or bookshelves. If you have the floorspace, then an artificial tree will instantly add a sense of nature. Check out this ficus tree.
A natural look is completed with items made from raw materials. If you have the wall space, check out this wall hanging that will pull your workstation décor together.


Does your mood change with the season? Then maybe you should change your workstation décor every season.
The easiest way to make your décor seasonal is with artificial plants and artificial trees. The beauty of opting for artificial is that they can be easily stored allowing you to change your greenery every season.

  • Winter: For the winter months, a desktop Christmas tree is festive and beautiful. Check out this artificial Christmas tree that will liven up your workstation. It comes decorated in lights, pinecones and berries.
  • Spring: The spring is for cheery bursts of color. Go with something colorful and flowering like this beautiful yellow hibiscus.
  • Summer: Survive the hot summer months with this cool lavender desktop plant. It brings in a sense of outdoors without overwhelming your desk décor.
  • Fall: Fall decorations are characterized by vibrant red, yellow and orange hues. Sunflowers are an autumn staple as found here complete with a vase and faux water.


Do you have any suggestions on decorating a workspace? We’d love to hear all about it in the comments below.


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