Furnishings in the new dining room include an antique grandfather clock case and rustic table in distressed white. The original built-in cabinet was retained and is painted matte black for a nice contrast with the white walls.
An oversized clock makes a dramatic statement on the wall of this dining room, which pairs a rustic wood table with a cool industrial light fixture. A simple orchid adds a touch of elegance to the space.
Across from an oversized gray plush sofa sits a white marble fireplace, the mantel of which is used to display a small clock and two decorative cat statues. Above the mantel hangs a framed print of the Marin Headlands and two wall sconces.
Decked out in geometric patterns, decorative art and low-slung furniture, this living room lives in serious midcentury modern style. A starburst clock keeps time on the gray wall, while a sleek coffee table keeps a low-profile on the striped area rug.
This transitional living room features a neutral sofa paired with colorful accents, like the multicolor striped area rug and charcoal accent wall. A white built-in bookshelf to the right of the fireplace provides ample storage for books and other decorative items, like a plant and traditional clock.
Herringbone hardwood floors, fine antiques and sculptural wall details are among the standout features in this transitional foyer. The dark floors form a stark, pleasing contrast with the white walls. Meanwhile, natural wood beams overhead draw the eye to the stepped ceiling and wrought-iron chandelier. A grandfather clock is a stately and unexpected touch.
With white porcelain tile walls and a gray slate tile floor, this master bathroom is elegant and simple. Repurposing an antique clock as a medicine cabinet adds storage, while the 19th-century Italian chair and antique Swedish bench provide a variety of seating options.
Striking black walls provide a dramatic background in the Nordic-inspired guest bedroom. A midcentury-modern clock in white adds a focal point above the bed while bedding in a mix of gray and white stripes creates a cozy place to relax and unwind.
The turquoise blue wall color complements the brown cherry wood cabinets and contrasts with the neutral colored countertop in this transitional kitchen. Contemporary bar stools, track lighting, a unique clock and turquoise vase mix well with the traditional build of this kitchen.
Wood boards add pizzazz to this navy bedroom wall and blend with the simple yet beautiful bedside table. A funky, contemporary lamp brings a pop of bright color and an interesting shape contrast. A yellow clock and stack of colorful luggage contribute to the colorful design.
Beach-blue walls create a bold first impression in the foyer of the home. A powder-coated aluminum stair rail system visually expands the home's usable space. A decorative clock, displayed in the landing, is permanently set at five o'clock—relaxation time. A blue limpet shell mirror, flanked by candle sconces, greets guests in the foyer.
This shabby chic sitting area has its area defined by the rug and is made up of an elegant sofa and antique armchairs as well a gold and glass coffee table. Behind this cozy area is a wood paneled wall with a tall painted clock and a small dining area.
The open design features a white coffered ceiling, blue and white area rug and blue accent throw pillows. A long neutral sofa and curved brown velvet tufted chair provide stylish seating around a circular leather coffee table. A large roman numeral clock breaks up the neutral wall space.
As seen on HGTV's Anthony and John have recreated the once small living room area into a grand yet cozy space. Black leather seats for the modern chic look compliment the high asymmetric cathedral-like ceilings for that grand feel, track lighting for a modern look and red accents defines this room. A fireplace carved into a stone wall and a smart reading area overlooked by a coo coo clock defines this room as seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders.
This design embraces the size of this kitchen and the asymmetry of the built-in cabinetry by staining some of the cabinets a deep espresso color and leaving the cabinets on the primary wall (with stove and microwave) in a lighter maple. A fun touch visible in this photo is that the end of the peninsula is painted in chalkboard paint. Red accents, including a large clock, add pops of color throughout the space.
Sherwin Williams Iron Ore was used on the walls for both of these boys’ rooms. The Jack-and-Jill bathroom is covered in a cool black and white comic strip-inspired wallpaper. The animated paper adds a sense of humor and a youthful energy that perfectly describes the Blehm boys. Each of the rooms also has refurbished vintage pieces that reflects the boys’ individual interests; check out the retro digital clock and Rubik’s cube. My favorite element is the black penny tiled bathroom floor that bridges that gap between the two bedrooms.