Tick, tock

    You use your clocks more for decoration than for keeping time (who needs them when you have an oven, a cell phone and a cable box?). But that doesn’t mean that the timepieces can’t make interesting accessories for your home. Read on for a few, really cute clocks.

    Vintage His Masters Voice Clock ($23, Etsy). For all those out there that still beatbox like it’s 1985, here’s a vinyl to add to the collection.






    Silhouette Cuckoo Clock ($368, antropologie). You’d sort of have to be cuckoo to pay over $300 for a cuckoo clock, but this artsy piece is certainly inspiration for any home.








    Pendulum Clock
    ($49.95, CB2). Minimalist and striking, this clock is part functionality and part wall art.







    IKEA PS ($29.95, Ikea). This cute, fire-engine red clock would fit in anywhere: the kitchen, a family room or even a child’s bedroom. And it’s so small, it could be the perfect pop of color for a more sophisticated, monochromatic palette.





    Retro Hexagon Clock
    ($29.00, Pottery Barn). We love this interesting shape as a bookend, or as an accent for a bare desk or counter.




    — Whitney Teal

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