Has your accountant told you that you need to spend some money on office things before the end of the year? Try this:
Let’s say you have $20,000 and ten employees. Tell everyone that you have $10,000 to spend to make the office better. Ask each employee what one thing (costing from $1–10K) they’d buy the office to make it a better place to work for everyone. Put the suggestions up on the wall and let everyone discuss and vote for the winner. Then buy it.
Now, take the remaining $10,000 and divide it equally among your employees (including yourself). Don’t pay it to them. Instead, ask each how they’d spend their $1000 to make the office work better for them. Then buy it.
I think you’ll be amazed at what a morale booster this will be for your office. The amount doesn’t have to be $20k either. Your employees will be happy to know that you not only value their input on making your office a better place to work, you act upon it.