If you have been here a while you may have seen my much-loved Clock Wall in our Living Room, here is a little reminder back from 2016, you can read about how it all started…
Over the years clocks have come and gone, my original Grey Cox and Cox Clock never leaving.
Then in 2017 I shared how it was growing, explaining that cheap clocks never last (don’t be fooled by their prices), it was a great way to add colour to our rented walls and how I had fallen in love with more architectural clocks…
And none of this has changed, I am still loving architectural style clocks, so imagine my excitement when Red Candy asked me to pick one from their website.
Have you seen their clock collection? It is one of the best I have ever seen and at reasonable prices. I actually had a few on my Clock Pinterest board for some time just waiting for Christmas, so I knew immediately which one to pick.
As soon as the Karlsson Origami Clock came it was up on the wall, every new clock that gets added means I have a little move around, but that’s the great thing about a clock wall they can be moved with ease.
I love how it has added another pop of colour to the wall and is very much a 3D piece of Art.
The clock is amazing quality, I had not even realised it was ceramic, the simplicity of the face means it attracts your attention for the right reason. They have it in other colours to, I am so tempted to buy in white for our Bedroom.
I have my eye on some gorgeous wooden fretwork ones now from Red Candy. If you are after a clock, or want to start a clock wall then I recommend spending some time scrolling the 300+ Wall Clocks they have as there is something for every style and budget.
*Clock was gifted for purpose of our honest views.