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Standard Wall Decorative Clocks

Purchasing standard wall decorative clocks for a home or work environment doesn't limit any style trend. A variety of products are available, including standard alarm decorative clocks ideal for work and school environments. Clocks range from retro styles to wooden rustic designs. While a simple clock with a white face may be the easiest solution for some environments, choosing something with embedded rhinestones can set the tone for the rest of the room. Even the addition of a matching decorative desk clock can help pull together a theme.

Round Wall Clocks

Perhaps the most common option is the round wall clock. These standard wall decorative clocks don't have to be boring though. Options exist for those designed with numerous faceplates in various colours. From ultra-modern black wall clocks to simplistic wooden clocks, a variety of options exist.

Themed Wall Clocks

Decorative clocks come in all sorts of themes. From characters to animals, such as a cat wall clock, there is something available for anyone. Themed clocks do well in spaces that are a bit more fun, such as a child's playroom. Themed clocks can have bright colours, characters, interesting sayings, or sports logos on them. Interesting shapes creating a geometric design element in the space work well too.

Handmade Decorative Wall Clocks

For a strong statement piece, buyers will love the investment in handmade decorative wall clocks. Options are available in both wooden and metal versions. These handcrafted clocks offer a charming feel, whether in weathered wooden design or sculpture-like design. Some handmade clocks combine various materials, such as various types of metal and etched glass.

Retro Wall Clocks

Retro and vintage decorative wall clocks are an excellent option in the right space. From those with an industrial iron design to those with a French provincial look, it's easy to add these to any space. Others look as though they are right out of the 1950s or 1960s.

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