Wall clocks offer more than just a way to tell the time, they add style and make a statement to a room helping to bring the decor together. Timeless wall clocks will never go out of fashion and there is a clock to suit every style. Take a look at these collections of wall clocks that I have put together from Purely Wall Clocks:
Suiting my beloved Scandinavian style perfectly they have wooden clocks to choose from, whether you opt for a classic round simple clock face or a satellite style retro clock, the crisp clean designs will fit in well with your Nordic themed home. My favourite is the Hus Wood Mantel Clock as it reminds me of building blocks. It would make a great addition in a kids room or next to a retro toys collection in a living area.
If you prefer something modern they have a large range of contemporary clocks to really enhance a room. I love the colourful options such as the Dots Dome Wall Clock and the Plug Inn Frits Vink Large Wall Clock with it’s rainbow coloured metal pegs. These clocks would fit in with any bright colour scheme. The Fleurs Light Blue Rope Hanging Wall Clock will bring colour to a shabby chic space- I would love this in our laundry room or Rebecca’s bedroom. The vinyl style clock would be a great gift for vinyl lovers and musicians.
If you want to add funk to a room take a look at their range of cool clocks. Spread the love with the Loving You NeXtime Wall Clock -this would make a great romantic gift and look great in a bedroom, hallway or living space. A rainbow clock would make a fab addition to a bright bedroom and the “Tell the Time” clocks are great for children’s rooms (they remind me of my first learn to tell the time” watch). The space themed clocks are great for young astronomers (Danny used to have a space themed room) while the Kiss Me in Paris Clock will add a touch of nostalgia to the home for travel lovers. They also have a big range of large wall clocks which are popular at the moment.
There are so many different styles of timeless clocks to choose from (over 300 designs in fact) – which is your favourite?