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Extra Large Decorative Wall Clocks

Extra Large Decorative Wall Clocks

In our modern world, every room needs a clock.  Our days are mechanically divided into   hours and minutes, filled with appointments, appointments and even meal times   – all driven by the clock.  Since this   is largely a true statement, why not make a statement with your wall clock?  You can have a state-of-the-art or one that   reflects the history of timekeeping and industry.  It can be silent or contain an ambient   tick-tock reminding of the days when clocks needed to be wound daily to have   a good time.

Round clocks

Since the day repeats itself at sunrise, sunset, meals, sleep, and   work, it is only logical to have a round clock face.  Large clocks, such as those used to be   displayed in train stations, bus stops, or even classrooms, are easy to read   and the dial provides a platform for decoration.  The hands can also be a means of   decoration, as can the numbers of the hours.    Color can also play a role in the appearance of a   watch.

Rectangular or square clocks

It is possible to have an analog clock that has circular motion   against a square or rectangular background.    These add a bit of interest to the dial and still offer the   opportunity for differences in appearance.    Since it’s not a traditional appearance, it’s also a time to artfully   depict time.

Unusual or organic shapes

You can put a clock face on almost anything, including in front of   gears, on a bicycle, or in front of a piece of art.  All that is really needed is a way to mark   the hours and maybe the minutes and record the moving hands.  That means the sky is the limit for   creative watch designs.  You can even   have openwork clocks that let the color of the paint behind the clock show   through and make it part of your artistic statement.  Clocks are an essential part of our modern   life.  They make it easy to get to   appointments, meetings or social events on time.  Your life will be easier when you have a   clock in every room.  So why not use   your clock to make a statement or blend in with the ornaments in your   room?  Look for ideas   below.

Oversized open wall   clock

30 inch open size and open size wall clock in black with Roman   numerals on the hour digits.  Narrow   gray hands are moved by the power base in the middle of the watch.  An excellent choice for placement on a   white or pastel colored wall.  From   Laurel Foundry Modern Farmhouse.

Warm to cool   clock

An unusual clock with artwork as a background.  The art is shaded from a bright red over   yellow, then green and blue – warm to cool.    An alternative composition by the same artist is Constant Motion.  Both compositions are by Laura Trevey.  The watches are offered by East Urban   Home.

Distressed   Round Clock Face with Roman Numerals

Perfect for your bohemian retreat.    The distressed wooden dial is reminiscent of old train stations and   shows the legend “Antiquite de Paris 1887”.  The large face is easy to read throughout   the room.  When a battery is inserted,   not only does the time remain, but there is also a soft click to verify that   it is correct.  Intended for indoor use   only.

Giant clock   clock

Many fine clocks have windows in which the clockworks are   exhibited.  But with this clock, the   movement is the whole clock, lavishly hanging on the wall.  The gears do not move and are used for   decoration.  The watch itself has a   wide, cream-colored dial with gold-plated Roman numerals and is powered by a   single AA battery.  Still, the piece is   attractive and fun.

A huge pocket   watch

For many years a gentleman’s pocket watch was an important piece   of equipment.  Not only did it help him   get to meetings on time, the watch chain and pendant were a decorative part   of men’s clothing.  This oversized   clock is decorated with a stem and loop that are very similar to these   ancient clocks.  It has a desperate   white face, black Roman numerals, a lily decoration and shows the date   1879.

Rectangular oversize   watch

The Dillwyn Midcentury wall clock from Wade Logan is rectangular   in shape with gold colored Roman numerals on the quarter hour markers and   gold colored indicator lines on the other hour markers.  The wall behind it is visible through the   body of the clock.  It is powered by a   small central motor that requires a single AA battery.

Shiny hours clock

This 30 inch clock from Langley Street looks like it is counting   shiny hours.  The dial is made of   simple chrome, with the quarter hours marked with Arabic numerals.  It is mounted against brown wood rays   interspersed with chrome dowels with pearls so that it looks like a stylized   sun.  Batteries are only required for   indoor use.

Wirework wall   clock

The Vanderburg 24 ”Angular Wirework Clock from Mercury Row is an   intricate design made of thick, gold-colored wire.  The quarter-hour stations are marked by a   simple wire, while those in between share the angular design.  The face is a choice of gold and white or   brown and gold.  It uses 2 AA batteries   and emits a ticking ambient noise when in use.  Intended for indoor use   only.

Factory gear   clock

The Gears Wall Clock by Austin Trent Design is an ordinary, round   dial with Arabic numerals decorated with an arrangement of gears against a   background of angular black lines.    Excellent for Age of Industry decor.    Just surround it with blueprints, pictures of factories, and other   industrial art.  Batteries are only   required for indoor use.

Bicycle wall   clock

The Andrewson bicycle wall clock looks like an old ferris wheel   rode straight out of the wall.  Between   the handlebars there is an old-fashioned alarm clock with Roman   numerals.  Under the clock there is a   bicycle basket that can be used to store an ornament or a   plant.