Whether your clock is a functional work of art or an important essential, it’s good to keep in mind the style, goals and fit when you’re thinking of adding a wall clock to a room. Wall clocks come in a wide range of patterns, materials, and designs so you’re likely to not run out of options. Think about your favourite aesthetics and start browsing with that in mind.
Find the Right Location:
Consider where you would glance most often to check the time. You’re not likely to be seated and looking behind you, where you would have to crane your head in weird angles. This is a fast way to get annoyed with the placement. You can stand or sit in various parts of the room and decide where you can see the clock the easiest, and where it looks good. Next to a window or door is often not the greatest spot since the bright sunlight from outside can make it hard to see.
What Size Wall Clock Do You Need:
It may be helpful to take some measurements of the room that you intend to furnish with a wall clock before you make a decision to purchase one. This can give you a guide on the size range that you need to be considering. If you’re going to be hanging a clock in a smaller room, opting for a big centrepiece of a clock is likely not the best idea unless you’re intending to follow a certain theme of the room.