Confusion never stops
Closing walls and ticking clocks
Let’s talk clocks (not Coldplay). I’ve been suffering from some serious clock envy lately. I’m not sure why because I loathe the sound of a ticking clock. I mean, it will seriously drive me out of my mind. I once had one of those $5 clocks from Walmart in my dorm room in college but it drove me mad so I threw it away (to the chagrin of my roommate). But I may consider living with the sound again because these clocks look so so good (I can always take the batteries out right?).
I am so in love with this clock I want to eat it. Unfortunately, it is $160 🙁
I love this clock. It comes in silver, mint, red, and white and it ranges in price from $25 to $40. It’s adorable.
This sunburst clock is awesome and amazingly it’s only $25! It reminds me of the sunburst mirror in my entry.
Here’s another little retro number.. adorable and only $24 it would be a cute addition to any room.
This is a great clock and it would look great in a living room and it’s only $25 so yay!
For some reason it seems like the most popular place for clocks is in kitchens… like these:
And they look great there, but I think clocks look good in lots of places.
Okay so this is technically in the kitchen but this a seriously ‘go big or go home’ take on the kitchen clock. (Source)
This kind of reminds me of those clocks at fancy banks, but homey and cool. (Source)
It’s a pretty classic look to have a large clock in the living room. This clock really stands out because it’s the only thing on the walls and the statement is lovely.
In my house I currently don’t have any clocks, not an alarm clock, or a stove clock, or a microwave clock… I’m like living in the stone age over here. The only clock I have is on my phone so *fingers crossed* I never lose it! Maybe I “need” to get a new clock (I like to trick myself into “needing” things so I don’t feel bad about buying them). How do you feel about clocks? Are you as torn as me about them?