I’m in love with the vintage style blue clock above. The color, combined with roman numerals, creates a shabby chic look.
A pair of clocks hangs above a headboard in a contemporary bedroom. Who says you can’t have more than one clock, especially when one of them resembles a quaint pocket watch.
A retro, gold metal clock takes up residence on a night table in a Scandinavian style bedroom.
Large wall clocks are always appealing and can be used in lieu of artwork. Here, a metal clock pairs with mid-century modern furniture.
Here’s another metal clock on a pedestal. You could put your jewelry in the little metal dish it sits on.
Who doesn’t love a colorful retro alarm clock? This is another way to decorate with clocks. Add them to vignettes in your home.
In the kitchen, a black vintage clock joins pink and white dishes on the shelf.
Here’s a whimsical grouping of retro wall clocks in a kitchen.
And don’t forget the outside of the house. You can keep track of time while outdoors.
I hope you enjoyed the different ways to decorate with clocks. There’s such a great variety from which to choose! It’s like looking for art work.
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