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How can I use a clock as a decorative accent in my home?
Source: www.sligh.com How can I use a clock as a decorative accent in my home? Clocks are fast becoming an affordable yet timeless option for home decorating. According to Treena Crochet, Allied Member ASID, it's a personal design statement. "I do a lot of residential interior design work, and I always put a clock in the living room," says Treena, whose interior design tips also are found on www.furniturefan.com. "Whether old-fashioned or contemporary, depending on the lifestyle of my client, clocks are making a comeback. They're a grounding experience." See Treena's story in Decorating with Clocks. Today, there are many different clock sizes and styles to choose from, reflecting people's changing tastes in home decorating. Finish colors have changed, too. Clocks are crafted in colors ranging from dark, traditional wood solids and veneers, to warm southern European tones - and even antique white finishes. If you decorate in a formal or traditional style, review our collection of classic Sligh floor clocks, reproductions from early American designs and the Charles R. Sligh collection of our finest clocks. If you'd describe your home décor as casual, transitional or contemporary, try browsing through Sligh's Styletrends® collection. From French Country and Mission, to Arts and Crafts and Mediterranean, Styletrends clocks integrate many popular European and American design influences. Sligh also has introduced more than 20 affordable, decorative floor clocks - many with chime options. New models include Celine, with southern European styling and classic Bombay midsection; classic Greek and Roman architectural features of the new Corinthian clock; French Canadian characteristics of the Montreal; and early 19th-century style roots displayed in the beautiful R'egence model. Made of hardwood solids and veneers, many of these designs feature hand-painted decorations and hidden shelves to display small pieces of art or your prized collectibles. "Not only are these fresh, unique clock styles in vogue with today's interior design trends, but they also offer people beautiful design choices for accessorizing that are more affordable," says Jeff Pulver, Sligh's manager of product development. "Because they have a highly accurate quartz movement, these clocks can be moved easily to almost any room in the home." The quartz movement also makes clock maintenance as simple as changing a battery. If you don't have enough room for a floor clock, accent your home with a wall or mantel clock. Like fine art or unusual paintings, clocks can be an excellent way to build or continue a design theme that is an expression of your individuality.

 


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