Classic Clocks for Every Room of the Home

Classic Clocks for Every Room of the Home

Regina Yunghans
Feb 8, 2011

I've recently come to realize I don't have nearly enough clocks in my home. I end up relying on my cell phone or computer. But I think things would feel a lot more settled if each room had a proper clock. Here are a few good ones for particular rooms:

Living Room: The Max Bill wall clock with lines is like a work of art for your living room walls. $380 at Hive Modern
Kitchen: This 14" wall clock by Chaney Instrument has large, easy-to-read numbers for reading at a glance in the kitchen. A second hand comes in handy for kitchen timing and it's hard-wired for hanging in hard-to-reach places so you don't have to worry about changing the batteries. $40 at
Bedroom: Glow-in-the-dark hands let you read the time on the Charleston Vintage Clock in the dark. $39 at Pottery Barn
Bathroom: An easy to read digital clock, complete with a display of the date, too, will come in handy as you get ready in the bathroom in the morning. The Digital Cube Clock is small, too, so there's room for it on the countertop or even on a small shelf. $19 at West Elm
Office: A time zone clock with interchangeable magnetic strips for the world's major cities would come in handy in the office - at home or away. $68 at Amazon

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