Any time that this happens, I find that there are generally three ways of approaching it:
- Add more to the design
- Re-structure the design
- Remove something from the design
It's extremely tempting to go with the first option since it's often the easiest. However, this often results in a page that's more cluttered and has information that's simply unnecessary. You shouldn't dilute and overcomplicate a design for the sake of balancing a particular layout.
If you really need all of the elements in the design, then re-structuring it is the way to go. Layouts are generally flexible, so in the example above, you could perhaps make the Offers span two columns. Information can also be represented in a number of ways, so you could combine some elements.
Sometimes this problem can be a blessing in disguise, because it forces you to reconsider if each element is really necessary for the design. Removing sections of a design can be difficult and tricky to justify to stakeholders, but if you strive for simplicity over complexity, you'll often end up with a better result.