We all have our favorite collections or items we like to display in our homes. It’s those little touches that give a home warmth and personality. Large wall clocks have always appealed to me. Maybe it’s because they conjure memories of overnight visits to my grandmother’s house, listening to the comforting tick-tock of her vintage clock while falling asleep at night. Wall clocks can be an art statement that’s used to personalize your home.
Note how the color of the hands and numbers on this large clock pick up the color of the rug and furniture.
A modern kitchen and breakfast nook features a large, contemporary clock. I like the rounded choice of this clock along with the pendant light – since the windows are rectangular.
My friend Jennifer shares tips on decorating with wall clocks on her blog, Jennifer Rizzo. I love all of the beautiful clocks she displays in her home.
And Vanessa from At the Picket Fence has a lovely wall clock in her dining room.
I’m crushing on this large metal clock above the mantel, along with the colorful pottery on the nearby shelves. Such a sweet dining room.
Large wall clocks can make as beautiful an impact on a wall as a fine oil painting, and they cost less than an original piece of art. Not to mention the obvious benefit of telling you what time it is.
Don’t know what to put on your mantel? Consider a decorative large wall clock!
And finally, a colorful kitchen enjoys a large wall clock to make sure you’re off to school or work in time when eating breakfast.
Do you like large wall clocks or use them in your home?