Buy It: $370   

Mondaine Wall Clock: As the official clock of the Swiss Railways, this beloved and iconic design has won honors from MoMA and the London Design Museum. Apple even paid $21 million just for permission to use its likeness on iOS. This model is a generous 15.75 inches (40cm) in size.

Buy It: $81  

Blomus Clock: Its stainless steel finish provides just enough contrast to suit a dark-themed room, yet will stand out beautifully in just about any space. This model is 15.75 inches (40 cm) across – and the white on black theme makes it readable from long distances.

Buy It: $50  

Tuma Silent Wall Clock: Gorgeous! A spectrum of grayscale adds just enough decoration to prevent this clock from blending into the background. This piece would be a lovely addition to any minimalist interior. It’s slightly smaller than the previous two clocks at 14 inches (35.56 cm). In addition to this lovely silver tone, this clock is also available in black and white.

Buy It: $124  

Wooden Pocket Watch Wall Clock: Looking for the perfect clock for a classic, rustic, or whimsical interior? This 15″ (38.1 cm) clock looks just like an oversized pocket watch for a creative twist on a traditional style. Its wooden body gives it a natural look that fits well within any color palette.

Buy It: $57  

Cape Craftsmen Oval Clock: At 20″ (50.8 cm) tall and 12.5″ (31.75 cm) wide, this oval-shaped wall clock is sure to become a focal point of your interior. It would work well alongside other antiques or vintage-style furniture, but might be just the bit of artistic contrast needed within a modern space.

Buy It: $110  

Oversized Vintage Clock: If you’re looking for a real statement piece, this 28″ (71.12 cm) wall clock just might fit the bill. It’s a functional and dynamic sculpture for the wall. Imagine this piece inside a warehouse-style loft or a chic and eclectic interior.

Buy It: $34  

Port Wine Wall Clock: Indulge your love for wine with this lovely vintage-style clock featuring the name of one of France’s famous wine appellations, Bordeaux Côtes de Francs. This clock is a large 18″ (45.72 cm) model, ready to enhance the traditional aesthetic of a dining room or living room.

Buy It: $521   

Rustic Oversized Clock: This is definitely not an ordinary clock. Hammered copper enjoys the classic patina of a gray wash, with Roman numeral pegs in black to stand out from a light background. This clock would look fantastic in a classic space – perhaps a French or Italian style kitchen – and might even compliment an industrial theme as well. This piece steals the show at 60.25″ (153.03cm).

Buy It: $366  

Hawthorne Tower Clock: Useful for spaces where decorators want the wall color to shine through, this style of clock is flexible enough to travel from home to home with a family throughout the years. It has a strong Art Deco appeal for a 1930s theme and can add bold appeal to a minimalistic space. This clock is 38″ (96.52 cm) across.

Buy It: $298  

Stockton Gallery Wall Clock: The Stockton Gallery wall clock by Howard Miller is a substantial 49″ (124.46 cm) in diameter, its smooth brushed nickel body sure to add a touch of sophistication to any interior. The hands and numerals are finished in charcoal black for better visibility.

Buy It: $84   

Colorful Wall Clock: Here’s something fun for artistic interiors! This piece is vivid and playful, its character brought out with a distressed finish. Use in a neutral interior for a touch of color, or match to one of your accents. The inner clock face is 19″ (48.26 cm) for a total of 30.5″ (77.47 cm) including the frame.

Buy It: $100  

River City Clock: Stone-textured ceramic tiles border this clock for a striking rustic contrast against its minimalistic face. The extra dials measure temperature and humidity. If you’re looking for a 15″ (38.1 cm) clock to accessorize a natural or neutral room, this one certainly stands out from the rest.

Buy It: $100  

Caledonian Railway Clock: Railroad enthusiasts and classic design fans alike are sure to appreciate this sturdy Caledonian Railway clock with its black numerals and metal construction. This model is 23.5″ (59.69 cm) across, and its classic vintage style will work well within any interior.

Buy It: $130   

Kensington Station Clock: Here’s another railway-inspired clock for your collection! This one is available in a crackled cream and black finish with distinctive wear marks around the edges for an authentic look. This piece is 29″ (73.66 cm) across and 24″ (60.96 cm) tall.

Buy It: $168  

Cle Du Ville Clock: Nostalgic and charming, this clock from Howard Miller boasts an aged parchment background printed with the names of famous cities in France, with applied skeleton keys taking the place of numerals. This would be a great addition to any travel themed interior, or a fine centerpiece to a nostalgic collection. It’s just the right size at 26.2″ (66.54 cm).

Buy It: $50   

Wooden Clock With No Branding: Need a wall clock to suit a minimalist interior? This light wood wall clock features lines for hour markers, an unembellished frame, and a silent movement.

Buy It: $70   

Minimalist Wooden Wall Clock: Here’s another piece for a minimalistic home, this time with a solid wood construction. Each one is handmade and silent, with markings carved from the surface rather than painted on. This wall clock would look especially at-home within a Scandinavian interior. It measures in at 15.74″ (40 cm).

Buy It: $64   

Copper Clock: Stunning! The copper trend is still going strong, and this clock can help round out your metallic accents. It’s a minimalist piece with plenty of style – the brushed copper case draws the eye, and the flat glass face ensures a clear view from any angle. At 15″ (38.1 cm) in diameter, it’s sure to make an impression on guests.

Buy It: $169   

Swallow Clock: Haoshi Design created this clock as a functional piece of artwork for the wall. The included templates will let you adjust the sculptural swallows in diameters of 19.68″ (50 cm), 21.65″ (55cm), or 23.62″ (60cm).

Buy It: $20   

Modern Frameless Wall Clock: Do you love to incorporate typography within your interior design theme? This frameless wall clock spells out the twelve, three, six, and nine for an effect impossible to ignore. Hour markers and hands both shine with a metallic finish. The minimum size to achieve accuracy is 24.8″ (63 cm) in diameter.

Buy It: $19   

DIY Mirror Clock: Made with sturdy foam with a mirrored surface, this clock has a modern minimalistic appeal that would look gorgeous in a dark room like this one but could stand out against a white or colorful background as well. The hour hand is 12″ (31 cm) long and the minute hand measures at 15.3″ (12 cm) – so it’s sure to make a statement.

Buy It: $1295   

Nelson Sunflower: Designed by Irving Harper for renowned design house George Nelson Associates, this piece enjoys an elegant aesthetic that falls somewhere between Art Deco and Mid Century Modern. But those aren’t the only interior styles that could rock this clock, as it would look right at home in any classic or natural interior too. This artistic piece measures at 29.5″ (74.93 cm) for a brilliant but not overpowering display.

Buy It: $167   

Hans Andersen Petal Clock: If you’ve been looking for a clock to pair with your favorite Mid Century Modern furniture, this design by Hans Andersen just might be the best piece to fill that empty spot on the wall. 20″ (50.8 cm).

Buy It: $60   

Ribbonwood Wall Clock: Ribbon-shaped clocks seem to strike the perfect balance between minimalism and decorative value. This piece was designed by Michelle Ivankovic for Umbra – and it makes quite a statement, being 20.25″ (51.435 cm) in diameter and 3.75″ (9.525 cm) thick.

Buy It: $70   

Cage Wall Clock: Designed by Alan Wisniewski for Umbra, this clock would fit well within modern and classic interiors alike. The cage actually projects outward from the clock face, turning it into a sculptural focal point easy to appreciate from any angle. This piece measures 16″ (40.64 cm) in diameter.

Buy It: $642  

Abstract Art Wall Clock: Colorful abstract art meets precision timekeeping with this amazing oversized clock. Handmade with paint on prepared glass, the texture and detail is unmatched and irresistible. This clock is part of a collection by that interprets planets through a post-modern lens. At nearly 3 feet across (almost 1 meter), it won’t go unnoticed among your art collection.

Buy It: $74   

Karlsson Moon Clock: Appealing to fans of astronomy, modern art, and nature, this clock features a bold printed moon covered by a protective glass face. The movement is silent to make your nights even more peaceful – a great accent piece for the bedroom. This moon is 23.5 inches (59.69 cm) in diameter.

Buy It: $221   

Giant Digital Wall Clock: This is such a cool wall clock! While digital displays are usually reserved for alarm clocks and wristwatches, this one takes it to the wall. The numerals stand 8 inches (20.32 cm) high for easy reading from anywhere in the room.

Buy It: $130  

Modern Digital Wall Clock: Here’s a digital wall clock with a more minimalistic aesthetic. Each number is 5.9″ (15 cm) from top to bottom, making it a popular option for schools and museums and stylish modern homes. Each clock comes with a remote to control brightness and to switch between time, date, and countdown modes.

Buy It: $110  

Blue LED Calendar Clock: For the modernist that isn’t into minimalism, the Ivation oversized digital wall clock has all the necessary features wrapped up in a cool futuristic package. The time uses a standard digital clock display, with the date printed in dot matrix below. The largest model is 22″ (55.88 cm) long.

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