Wall Clocks - Decorate your Empty Walls

By: Ron Cambria

Sometimes nothing looks good. You and your spouse have been trying for hours but just can't seem to make that one large wall look like it should. You say, "Model homes do it." "Why can't I decorate large spaces." Really you can with help from an old friend. Today's large antique reproduction clocks can provide that centerpiece in a sea of blank wall. Large wall clocks have become one of the hottest trends in decorating. Timeworks Incorporated started the latest buzz about antique reproduction clocks that boasted clock faces recreated from actual antique clocks.

Starting around 1998 Timeworks introduced many large wall clocks ranging from 23 inch to 31 inches in diameter. Many other companies followed and the big wall clock phenomenon was born. Today it is very easy to find a very attractive rather large clock for one hundred to two hundred dollars.

How does an average homeowner find the right clock? The first step is to review the size of the wall. This is mostly common sense but smaller walls should not have an extra large clock. Large, high ceiling walls do need a larger clock face to make the desired impact. I do have to say that I have seen larger clock faces on smaller walls that look outstanding so, this rule doesn't always hold true.

This large wall epidemic has really taken hold in the last ten years. Most new houses built have taller ceilings creating large walls that tend to make decor look small. The key to decorating large walls is to decorate with like themes around the chosen clock. Antique reproduction clock faces usually do not mix well with modern d

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