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  • Top 5: Statement clocks

    Sep 20, 2011

    We often take clocks for granted, glancing up at them every so often to make sure we’re not running late or simply to see if it is almost dinner time! But the clock on your wall doesn’t have to be merely functional. In fact, they’re becoming art works in their own right!

    Check out these eye-catching timepieces that are guaranteed to have you checking the time more than ever before.

    Graham&Greene retro wall clock
    A retro inspired clock can really help to tie a scheme together, giving your kitchen an eclectic and interesting feel. Create this look at Graham and Green.

    This 50’s, Bakelite inspired clock from Cox&Cox is another great example of a retro piece that will give your home a trendy vibe.

    Occa cut-out orange clock

    Inject a bit of colour into your home with a bright statement clock. We love this burnt orange, cut-out clock. Occa

    John Lewis City clock
    Friends and family in different corners of the globe or simply a seasoned traveller? Keep your eye on the time around the world with this fun clock from John Lewis.

    Graham&Greene wall mounted pocket watch
    Pocket watches may be out of fashion but we love this giant version from Graham and Green which will have you looking for Alice’s White Rabbit in every corner!

    Remember, choose a clock which fits in with your existing scheme. For example, a vintage grandfather clock would look completely out of place in a contemporary, white kitchen. Invest in a clock that complements your décor and your friends will be talking about it for all the right reasons.

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