Wall clocks are not a thing of the past. I know very well that most people will always look at the time on their cell phone or watch, however wall clocks always bring more information to the decoration. They are very modern models for you to hang in the kitchen, living room, dining room or office.
Photo – @Schoolhouse
A more rustic kitchen calls for more delicate pieces that do not weigh heavily on the environment. The simplest models with little information are ideal. The one in the photo has the numbers in black, but not to draw too much attention the base is all white. You can’t go wrong!
Foto – Blog Tecnisa
It is always cool to bring a retro touch to the environment. The models with gold or silver details are perfect. Don’t be afraid to throw a panned piece at some street market in the room. Just combine it with modern furniture or a more different painting on the wall.
Picture – Bright Bazaar
Color always makes the house more alive! Bet in wide open shades of yellow, blue or red for a fun and vibrant decoration. I love this kind of super current composition that mixes prints and strong colors. The clock ends up creating a contrast with the tone of the wall, but it does not weigh precisely by the pastel pink tone of the background. The tip is to mix vibrant tones with pastels.
Photo – Casa Abril
Models without numbers are always more current. Here this clock ends up playing the role of a painting and composes very well! It is very cool to mix the shapes: round frames and square clock or vice versa. The result is very modern!
Picture – Style Me Pretty
The minimalist models have everything! The less the better. Remember that for a minimalist decor, the design has to impact in some way. Without the structure of a conventional watch, this type of model is ideal!
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