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love this wall of clocks. I would like to do a wall of clocks and compasses. Tribute to Covey, watch the compass, not the clock.

Dishfunctional Designs: Collecting & Displaying Collections Of Clocks. it was hard to decide which photo to pin. Great ideas for display!

A collection of vintage clocks is displayed in an antique shelving unit flanked by architectural salvage pieces:

Something I've thought about for a while. Clocks on a wall spaced as such, but I'd want each clock to be set to a different time zone. One for Home, Honolulu, London, Paris, and some other random place for funsies.

Mixed size wall or floor clocks with a deliberately distressed look and finish. Batteries not included. A. Large market clock Dia.92cm £298 B. Station clock Dia.50cm £169 C. Studio clock Dia.31cm £69 D. Industrial grey Dia.60.5cm £95

A little humor goes a long way in the home office. Here, we've used a collection of beautiful, functioning wall-mounted clocks to remind us of the virtue of easy-going efficiency. Soothing neutral tones, a window-facing view and a comfortable swiveling chair only add to the likelihood of time well spent.

So I really like this clock, even though I can't read roman numerals to save my life, haha.

Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust says, "To make these kinds of arrangements work, draw an imaginary line around the space you want to fill. It can be a circle or rectangle--or even a square. Keep the pieces within the imaginary parameter. Also, it helps to have a piece of furniture underneath to "anchor" the grouping." I also like that she's left some space for adding more clocks to the collection.

Numbered chair backs. Clocks!! More ways to decorate with numbers BrightNest Blog

French door and clocks = wall art. Would be cute hung horizontally too over a buffet or high ledge.