What Time is It?

In our fast paced world time is always on our mind. I noticed the other day, despite wearing a watch on my wrist I looked at a clock more times than I could count as I tracked my busy schedule.

It's our belief in any active living space it's a necessity to include a clock in your design, simply for practicality sake. While our cable boxes, microwaves or ovens all list the time, adding a decorative wall clock can make the practical, beautiful. 

Now, there are many ways to style wall clocks allowing them to maintain their usefulness while looking like an purposeful accent in your home design. We know some folks may not be fans of artwork or paintings, and to you we say snag a detailed oversized clock and poof your entire wall is styled. Or maybe you have a vision of beautiful gallery wall but something seems to be missing and making it fall flat, snag a small or medium sized wall clock. This will add character and dimension by adding an element other than framed pictures. You might have a small, odd shaped, or blank wall that needs to be filled but you're running out of creativity, do a quick search online and you're find plenty of options for a wall clock that feel anything but bland. 

Clocks don't have to be boring or simply practical. Take a look below at 9 wall clocks we are currently loving! 

One  |  Two  |  Three  |  Four  |  Five  |  Six  |  Seven  |  Eight  |  Nine

One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight | Nine

Any of the clocks above your favorite? What's your favorite way to style a clock? Comment below!

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