Hi Home Tech, I've been virtually blind since I was a child and as a result I currently own an enormous digital clock radio with gigantic numbers. I had Lasik in November (yay!) and can now use a normal, stylish alarm clock. Problem is I can't find anything I like! Can you recommend something modern, stylish and easy to set? Thanks, Robin
(Note: Include a pic of your problem and your question gets posted first. Email questions and pics with QUESTIONS in subject line to: hometech(at)apartmenttherapy(dot)com)Hi Robin, Very exciting changes for you! Seems that stylish alarm clocks have been on the brain at AT, because both AT Chicago and AT LA have done recent alarm clock posts. Between those two posts, you have 21 options...and we'll add a few more we like here in range of prices and styles, and we're sure our readers will add even more options for you!
This beautiful Mother-of-Pearl option is from Restoration Hardware.
The fabric can be changed to coordinate with your decor, making this option from SUCK UK definitely stylish. (You can use this converter set to be able to plug it in here in the U.S.)
Using a motivating picture and a motivating message, the Motiwake Alarm Clock also serves as your personal cheerleader. A few more: • MP3 Player Alarm Clock; you load MP3s onto it via USB cord. • Philippe Starck designed this modern alarm clock/weather update, which is on-sale for the rock-bottom price of $12, originally $50. • Tivoli Radio Model 3, at Target. • Teeny-tiny travel alarm clocks from Bed, Bath & Beyond, in case you want to flaunt your ability to see tiny things every morning.