Wall Clocks were intentionally created to be mounted on walls and are used to measure, verify, and indicate time. Wall Clocks can either have electronic, LCD, LED, or VFD displays. They can be utilized both indoors and outdoors. Wall Clocks are public, can be viewed by everyone, and are often placed in offices, public spaces, transit spaces, as well as the home. Wall Clocks help users stay on schedule and have been essential throughout history. The main parts of a Wall Clock include the hour hand, minute hand, and hours counter. Wall Clocks are available in a range of sizes, shapes, colors, and finishes.
Wall clocks should be hung at eye level as wall clocks should be highly functional so that viewers can easily utilize them throughout the day. Ideally, wall clocks should be hung at a distance of at least 4 to 6 inches between the clock and any surrounding furniture and lighting.
You can decorate around a wall clock by picking its placement for it and a color and style that will fit in within the surrounding furniture. You can let the wall clock become the focal point of the space, place it next to another focal point, or hang it among other frames and artwork.
You can place a wall clock in the living room by first considering how high the wall clock should be placed in the space. You should also consider the surrounding architectural features like mantel or window, any surrounding furniture, lighting fixtures, or pieces of art.