Gray paint covers the walls and ceiling and matches the cabinetry in this kitchen. The monotone move becomes a neutral backdrop for the bright wall clock, a family of fun wooden birds, even the classic "I Heart NY" slogan.
Wreaths are an excellent way to add seasonal flair to everyday items. Give wall clocks a holiday touch by covering the frames with evergreen wreaths. Since the wreath is meant to be the star of the show, simple clocks picked up from discount stores work perfectly.
A Venetian clock is framed by a series of prints depicting antique jewelry and regalia. Pale pink wallpaper and floral upholstery on a traditional chair are mixed for gentle contrast in the lovely sitting room.
This guest bedroom chock-full of unexpected design items is at once quirky and layered with depth. Hitting an antiques store when decorating a room can provide endless inspiration and help you define your space -- take, for example, the old tuba and the antique fan made into a wall clock. Both are fun and youthful -- and may be cheap additions that provide endless personality.
Sorry, smartphones: “Hanging a massive clock with a pretty face infuses a space with sophistication,” says designer Kimberley Kay, who spruced up this San Francisco, California home office. The 30-inch-by-30-inch HomeGoods score matches the niche’s boxiness, while oak warms the walls and the chrome table legs.
Sea green upper wall sections top the white paneling and white column doorway for a soft foundation to this room design. Gorgeous, sturdy wood furniture grounds the room and gives it the craftsman style. Grandfather clocks add height to the design. A wood frame sofa with neutral striped cushions and wood cabinet with floral doors fit the decor perfectly.