Oh its good to be back blog readers. It’s been too long, and I’ve missed you! I do hope that you had a fantastic Christmas and New Year. We had a perfect one, very chilled, and we all got chance to rest up and relax as well as spend some time with our family (both in and out laws!) and together. I ate way too much, so I’m now eating healthy (again!) having lost 8 lbs in the first week of January, I think that tells a tale of how much cheese and chocolate I was eating over the festivities!
Back to blogging though and my love of interiors for this first post of the New Year. I thought I’d continue with my series on finishing touches. Those things that make you house a home, the kind of items that you can really show your style off with and finish a room or area. This time I wanted to concentrate on wall clocks especially ones with large designs. I received my own feature clock this Christmas, for the wall in my office, it’s a retro sunburst design that represents my love of vintage, and I love it. Which got me to thinking I should share a few other designs that are available, including a selection from www.purelywallclocks.com.au
Starting off with this living room clock. It’s a Sputnik design in blonde wood that really stands out on this inky blue wall. I think the natural material and contrast work really well together.
I love the white numerals of this white and gold feature time piece at the side of this mantle place. Perfectly simple and elegant, I wouldn’t mind adding this to my collection actually.
A little nod to my cog obsession. What do you think to this one?
Cogs always remind me of my younger brother, who when he was young had a bit of a thing of taking things apart to figure out how they worked. I once made a box frame piece of art using vintage watch faces, and this reminded me of it. I just love how the face is a functional shape for this wall clock.
I used clock, which helps you tell the time, with both of my daughters when they were growing up. I think half the battle is getting them used to looking and figuring it out independently. Style like this help them to feel that they can do it. This is the perfect blend of educational, muted fun colour and beautiful design, plus I love those wall stickers!
What gallery wall would be complete without a big wall clock at the the heart of it? I think they work so well because of the change in shape compared to most frames and mirrors. Working well as a feature within a large wall gallery. This one keeps it simple and doesnt fight with the original artwork, which really is the star of the show.
How do you feel about large wall clocks? Have I tempted you to add one, to one of your rooms?