Saturday, May 18, 2013

CLOCK - an inevitable element in your home

     Today when I came home I noticed that something was missing in my room. Only at the end of the day, I realized that it was my wall-clock. My brother broke it while playing football in my room. Now he is persona non grata :D Then I understood a clock is an inevitable element in my room. I was totally disorganized. Moreover without it, the space is empty. A clock helps me to become more responsible and give a specific charm to my interior design. The right clock can add your personality to a room.

     Table clocks also are very popular. They can be used on the table, in bookshelves, on the nightstand, or desk. In my opinion tabletop clocks combine functionality with style and can add your unique style to your home. Whether your interiors style is traditional, contemporary etc. you can find that perfect timepiece to enhance the décor of your house.

     So I am looking for a new wall-clock and I'd like something with a unique look that matches my home décor. I have accesed google search engine and I found some nice popular clock designs and decided to share them with you.

And don’t forget: "You must govern the clock, not be governed by it" Golda Meir

Catena wall clock by Andreas Dober. As the hours cycle through each day and midnight becomes noon and noon becomes midnight again, it’s easy to lose sight of the past. Andreas Dober brings us back to tradition with this.

Bubble clox by Darien Lee

Aspiral kinetic clock by Will Aspinall & Neil Lambeth. As the clock face turns, the red ball within rolls slowly and tells you the time at the moment.

Math geek wall clock. On it each hour is marked by a either a math problem or a symbol representing a certain value.

Good afternoon clock by Mile Project. Using beams of light as the hour minute and second hand this minimalistic clock aptly represents time as intangible and fleeting.

Vague clock by Sejoon Kim. If you don’t like a clock that’s always showing you the time and pressuring your life this vague clock will only provide the time when you press on it.

Normal Timepieces by Ross McBride. In this cleverly designed clockpiece, the hour hand of this clock is actually a rectangular hole that exposes the time on the face.

Domino clock

A clock introduced by Seattle-based Carbon Design Group, is a set of three larger-than-life dominoes equipped with articulating "dots" that flip back-and-forth between black and white to keep time.

Around clock by Anthony Dickens. The concept of this rotating clock is based on the constant and subtle rotation of the globe and is thus a better representation of time than the common clock.

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