What Time Is It?

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After living in this house for 2 years and spending all of our spare time (and spare change!) remodeling and redecorating, my husband and I just came to the realization that we have no clocks in the house! Not one single clock in the entire house, aside from mu husband’s alarm clock that sits in the corner of our bedroom and is only visible from the bed.

Also? We don’t wear watches. Unless we happen to be walking past the stove with it’s time display, or have our iPhone 4 in our hands, we never know what time it is! We have been looking for a wall clock, but it is difficult to find something to coordinate with a house that is already completely decorated. I have mostly earth tones, and it is a bit difficult to find something that doesn’t just disappear and blend in with all of the other design elements going on.

I found this gorgeous wall clock on 1001 Wall Clocks and I love the pop of color in the flowers! I think it would look beautiful on dining room wall, right above our dining room table.

We have been spending a lot of time in our backyard since we bought our new patio set and above ground pool last year. I have been trying to think of ways to make our patio more inviting and cozy, since we host a lot of bbqs and pool parties during the summer months. I started looking around 1001 Wall Clocks for outdoor clocks and found quite a few options that would really work in the backyard.

Of course, no one wants to keep track of time while they are enjoying the pool during those scorching summer days, but let’s be realistic – if we didn’t put a time limit on our get togethers, no one would ever leave!

Photo: 1001WallClocks.com

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