Tick Tock o‘clock
As the world becomes more technologically advanced and the more and more things becoming digitalised, the clock may become a artefact. Yet this is far away and should be avoided, clocks are important , whether it gives a reminder to us that things are to be done or that time is limited and to make use of it. Maybe that's too serious, and it's for the funtion of making an empty wall look better. I also have in mind quite a few people I would like to buy clocks for due to their persistant lateness, or if you are one of those people.
When buying a clock there are a few things to bear in mind. 'Tick or no tick?' That is the question - For me it can only be no tick. The ticking for some people can be soothing. Other questions should be size style and where it will be placed.
When purchasing a wall clock, it is usually wise to match the style with that of the room. For those minimalistic lovers out there, the less numbers shown on the clock face the better. More often than not those numbers are represented in Roman Numerals and sometimes without a clock face. In the right environment this can be a great approach.
Other alternatives also depend on the rooms design, a darker lit room with more cultural items would be a great environment for a wooden clock. Which ever you choose many options are available at Lionshome, just find the one that suits you.