Spring has arrived and summer is on the horizon (finally!), so what better time than to start looking at updating your interiors.
Gone are the heavy throws and darker colours – and out comes the lighter, brighter interior themes to represent the longer, sunnier days.
One of the most affordable ways of updating a room is not to change the bigger items, but to update a room's accessories and accent colours – we're talking cushions, lamps, ornaments, throws, artwork and… clocks!
So to celebrate the warmer weather that is (finally) on the way, I've picked out nine of the best looking unique wall clocks – on the High Street and online…
Time doesn't stand still – and neither should you!
1. Oh so lovely origami
How original is this Karlsson Origami Wall Clock in Pink?
It costs £38 from Red Candy and would suit a more feminine themed room – or even a teen’s bedroom.
Its unusual shape, with origami style texture, will create an eye-catching feature on any wall and, with a soft pink ceramic face and two brown hands, this quirky clock can easily blend into the background. It's subtle but oh-so trendy.
It's made of ceramic and measures 27cm diameter (with a depth of 6cm) and requires 1 AA battery.
2. Cement clock
Encased in a simple brushed silver effect case with matching silver hands and a cement effect face, Cox and Cox's cement statement wall clock would make an ideal addition to a home office or living room.
It oozes masculinity and would suit either an industrial, minimalist or uber-contemporary theme.
The cement clock costs £80, is made from steel and measures 40cm diameter and 6cm depth and requires 1 AA battery.
3. Elements Cuckoo Wall Clock House
It used to cuckoo on the hour and play a lovely little tune, so I had to feature some sort of cuckoo clock in this cool clocks list!
Featuring an analogue clock face in black, the battery operated Elements cuckoo clock from Dunelm feature a simple white house shape with a small white bird mechanism.
Measuring 11cm wide, 20cm long and 27cm high, it costs a very affordable £30 and requires 1 AA battery.
4. Geometric Swirl Rose Gold Clock
The geometric swirl rose gold clock from Graham & Brown is definitely one of those conversation starters.
I'm loving its swirling design – and of course the fact that it's the on-trend metallic of the moment (rose-gold) makes this clock even more appealing.
It would look super cool against a dark background in a dining room to create a moody atmosphere, or even in a themed bedroom that features a variety of textures and shapes.
The Geometric Swirl Rose Gold clock costs £75 and measures 63cm wide by 63cm high, with a 5cm depth.
5. Wine O'Clock
The cards have then been double mounted with cream and black, into a stylish black wood box frame – and a quartz clock mechanism has been inserted into the frame creating an original stylish clock.
The finishing touch is the addition of the black hands to complement the frame. If it's not one for you, it would make a great gift for a wine (or gin/prosecco fan!)
6. Fifty Five South Milk Bottle Cap Wall Clock
This cute Fifty Five South Milk Bottle Cap Wall Clock is a great find!
It's from I Want One Of Those and costs £33 (currently on offer for £16.99 – with a saving of £17!)
Its quirky shape resembles a milk bottle cap from days gone by, and the white clock will create a nice talking point on a kitchen wall – a room that would suit it well.
It's made of white aluminium, measures 39cm high by 39cm wide and 5cm depth and requires 1 AA battery.
7. Small Cream Wall Clock
This is the clock that I currently own in my kitchen. It's a simple and classic cream enamel wall clock in a small scale design, ideal for understated impact.
It features Roman numeral hands (which still baffles the kids when it comes to telling the time), but it suits my modern country/retro kitchen perfectly.
The wall clock, which is 23cm in diameter, is from Laura Ashley and costs £35, although at the time of writing it has been reduced to £18.90.
8. Birgen Wall Clock
With the industrial look a popular trend, this Birgen Wall Clock from Made will have heads turning.
It's made of grey and brass, combining two current trends in one piece. And although it looks like it's made of concrete, Birgen is made of a lightweight grey resin, which looks like concrete but it's much lighter – and won't crack!
This sophisticated wall clock takes 1 AA battery and costs £29.
9. Parlane Wall Clock Vestibule
This is possibly my favourite wall clock – hence why I've saved it for last!
It's from NEXT, costs £99 and measures 94cm high by 36cm depth.
Which unique wall clock is your favourite?
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