Modern Clocks from Horne

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Just because telling time is totally routine doesn't mean your clock should be basic. Accessorize your walls (and tables) with one of these handsome faces from Horne. Both functional and beautiful, this felted model with metal hands by Leff Amsterdam would add unique form and texture to an eclectic tabletop vignette (like the one above, in the home of Georg Kayser.)
Felt Two Clocks by Leff AmsterdamFor a modern glam look, I love this minimal marble design by Menu.  If you have a marble countertop or backsplash in your kitchen, it would be super chic for your electronics to share the same surface treatment.

Norm Marble Wall Clock by Menu A/S
A clock can be an unconventional way to inject color into a room. The Chiaroscuro by Loll Designs, available in nine different hues, is a fun option for a vibrant kids' room.  I also think the turquoise would make a cool tone-on-tone addition to Jessica Alba's office.

Chiaroscuro Clock by Loll Designs
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