Bistro clock

After commenting on Maria Newell’s post where she showed her bistro clock, she asked me to send her a picture of my little one. So Maria, here it is, as promised. I love how I can the time from both rooms. Isn’t it fun to see how so many of us have similar items even if our tastes are different! That’s neighbour’s for ya! 🙂

 

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5 Comments

  1. 1

    Hi Nancy! It’s so cute! The perfect spot for it! Decorative and has a purpose. That’s what I like about it. I also like your sign above your sink. Thank you for sharing!

    • 2

      Thanks Maria. I haven’t hung the sign as yet because I was wondering if it worked. Also, I have a picture in my entry with writing on it and I didn’t want to overdo it! The saying is Life Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect to be Wonderful…so much my philosophy that I think it’s a keeper. It also gives me the black that I think anchors the room. I’ll have to share more pictures soon. 🙂

  2. 3

    I love how the clock is centered in perfect symmetry against the cupboards behind it. So perfectly satisfying!

  3. 4

    Oh so very lovely. I love bistro clocks but have not found a place for one yet. I already have quite a few clocks, but you and Maria Newell gave me ideas….ideas…ideas…

    Can’t I just combine a decorative and functional bracket and a clock that can be hung and put two together and mount on wall space?

  4. 5

    Let me know if that works Hanh. I spent time online looking for a bistro clock and then one day I was in a nifty little store called Lola’s Landing and there it was! It also was very economical in price around $30 Canadian. It is small but it works here.

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