10 Ways to Maximise Wall Clocks in Your Home

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Full article with thanks to: bramwellbrown.com/blogs/news/76632901-top-10-ways-to-use-wall-clocks-with-maximum-impact

1. Make a Statement

Wall clocks can either blend into your interior design scheme, by using the same colour palette or tone as the wall or become the stand-out, centre piece of a room. A great way to create this focal point is by using an oversized or ornate wall clock.

2. Colour Splash

If you have a neutral room, using a brightly coloured clock can set the theme for the room, as well as adding accents of colour to your design scheme. Bright colours or simply a wall clock with a funky coloured frame can really draw attention to a pale background.

3. Instant update

Want to update your room but don’t want to spend a fortune on paint/wallpaper or artwork? Wall clocks are ideal for quick fixes, spicing up a room instantly with their elegant shapes and interesting designs. Even small-sized clocks can create a point of focus or interest on a wall.

4. Talking piece

Hanging a mechanical, quirky or antique clock in a prominent position in your home, especially in the kitchen or dining room is a fantastic talking point. The more unusual the better in this regard.

5. Gallery wall

Displaying multiple timepieces of different shapes, sizes and colours is a clever and yet simple way of creating a dramatic feature wall display in your own home. The important thing here is simply in the variation of design and sizes of clocks on your gallery wall. You really need to commit to this because a gathering of, say, only three clocks can look a little odd versus a more considerable collection. Car boot sales are an excellent place to find clocks of all shapes and sizes to add to your current collection.

6. Collector’s pieces

With such a broad spectrum of clocks available, clocks can be really fun to collect. Even spread throughout the home, rather than in one room, unusual time-pieces can delight staying guests. You can often pick up older, possibly wind-up clocks, from antique shops in working condition at relatively low prices. And unless your usual visitors are knowledgeable about historical timepieces then any sort of clock that you personally enjoy having around will no doubt go down well.

7. Time stands still

Wall clocks can be used to mark special events, for example, children’s birth times (clocks are stopped at the time of birth) and can be displayed next to special photographs. If you have a clock that is no longer working then this could be the perfect use for it!

8. Make it completely unique to you and your family

Some clocks can be personalised. The addition of the family name or the name of your house can make a clock a truly special addition to your home

9. A link to loved ones abroad

Hanging three or four wall clocks in a row set to a few different world time zones is a clever way of feeling connected with those you miss in other parts of the world. Pair the clocks with photos, maps or treasured keepsakes for added impact.

10. Tick tock, tick tock

And finally… wall clocks don’t simply have visual appeal, the rhythm of a clock with its moving parts and spinning cogs can be very relaxing and the steady ‘tick tock’ extremely soothing – perfect for a calming living room or snug setting!

Full article with thanks to: bramwellbrown.com/blogs/news/76632901-top-10-ways-to-use-wall-clocks-with-maximum-impact

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