A clever way to decorate a mantel combines hanging a mirror, then leaning a clock with an interesting face against it, like Michelle Mentzer of Miles Design Group did in this metro Atlanta home. To get a steal on vintage mirrors and clocks, hunt through ones that are stacked up at flea markets and antique stores, or booths at local antiques stores frequently drop prices on all items by 20 percent or more.
Tucked beside a luxuriously furnished bed, this vintage two-drawer chest in distressed gray wood provides ample storage and just the right amount of space on top for a small lamp, an alarm clock, and a mercury-glass vase of flowers.
This gorgeous black end table by HGTV HOME features two open shelves for storing books and other accessories. The table is also outfitted with a chic acrylic-base lamp, small topiary tree and vintage clock, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
Marry the old with the new and make an entryway statement. The vintage wooden table is the centerpiece of this space, decorated with an old clock and vintage accessories and tied together with three new and stylish gilded mirrors.
A spacious banquette makes for a cozy ambiance in this contemporary breakfast nook. Two chairs flanking the round pedestal table provide additional seating. Pops of red are added through the vintage-style wall clock, framed artwork and throw pillows.
Combining the idea of the clock striking midnight and a favorite destination, Laura Ingalls Gunn of Decor to Adore was inspired to create her Bonne Année table decor.
Gunn’s centerpiece features mini towers under glass cloches, faux snow, metallic ornaments and votive holders along with an array of vintage-style clock faces—printed from the computer and detailed with glitter.