Rustic and Farmhouse Wall Clocks
Country house style: vintage clocks for antique charm
A rustic eat-in kitchen with wall cupboards, a dining set made of solid wood
and open spice shelves is typical of the country house style. A wall clock as a
decoratively lacquered sheet metal with Roman numerals underlines the comfort of
this facility. Wooden watches with peeling paint in a shabby chic look also
support the rustic kitchen flair.
||Rustic wall clock
"Cheesy" - in a trendy retro look!
"Cheesy" wall clock you can set stylish accents in your
four walls. The analogue piece of jewelery in a rustic
retro look has a diameter of approx. 66 cm. Thanks to
the lacquered metal and the Roman numerals, your new
watch will catch the eye. Choose individuality and
||Wall clock (round) in a
vintage look: rustic chic
This round wall clock in
the vintage look with a diameter of approx. 36 cm exudes
the charm of bygone times. The white dial , with its
brownish edges and the slight traces of writing, is
reminiscent of the romance of old books with yellowed
pages and faded fonts in the library. The gently ornate
hands and numbers as well as the frame in black are in
Plastic, glass and metal combine to create a
decorative accessory. The analog clock is powered by an
AA battery (not included) and shows the time in 12-hour
format. Dream with this wall clock (round) in vintage
look of the lifestyle of the last century!
||Arne Jacobsen Roman
The risk of a dial with Roman numerals
in a rustic watch case having a stylistic failure is
countered by the Danish designer legend Arne Jacobsen by
omitting it: black numbers, white background, easily
traceable hands - that's the clock -Classic made by the
Danish company Rosendahl. Arne Jacobsen designed this
simple clock in 1942 for the town hall in Århus. Today's
battery-operated classic watch is made of aluminum with
a mineral glass cover in two sizes (including 2 x AA
batteries). The Roman wall clock by Rosendahl is a
concept of ancient heritage that also fits very well
into the year MMXII!
||Norm Marble wall clock
Timeless in a double sense: Norm Architects wants a
renaissance of classic watch designs that make repeated
glances at the cell phone to check the time seem absurd.
With this in mind, the Copenhagen architects move
forward and develop a wall-mounted clock for the Danish
brand menu, on which everything superfluous has been
consistently left out. Frame? Nothing. Digits and marks?
Why are the Copenhagen architects thinking, it is enough
to estimate the time using the two simple hands!
Equipped with an extremely fine choice of materials,
this is more about the timeless staging of the time in a
Norm Marble wall clock . menu delivers the clock in
elegantly banded marble.