Hanging Wall Clocks

I have always like hanging wall clocks, but they can be expensive and hard to find the style I like: vintage style.  I have a few standing vintage style clocks around the house that I didn’t know what to do with.  I found 2 decorative wall brackets in a nicely large size at Hobby Lobby on sale for around $7 bucks each.  So with 4 appropriate nails, a hammer and screwdriver I used a ladder to mount the brackets up on both sides of the entrance to my kitchen;  I then used 2 S hooks to hang two clocks up.  Now one can see the time/tell the time 5 times in my kitchen because now it has one wall clock, two hanging clocks, one on the microwave, and one on the stove.  But one doesn’t hear the ticking sounds from clocks or digital clocks.  And the 5 sources are in sync at telling time so all is good.  //(~!*)\

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  1. 1

    Hi, Hanh! That’s a clever idea for your standing vintage clocks. You’ve managed to create an “architectural” arch element in the entry to your kitchen without any remodeling. 🙂 Enjoy!

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      Thank you, Jennifer, I hope you are having a great year so far between two countries. I have just noticed that with these arches, I can anything on them not just clocks. And you are right, it looks much more “architectural” now. Happy decorating to you.

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    Oh, my gosh Hanh! I love that idea! It does look architectural! I also have this thing for clocks and have looked at those at Hobby Lobby. I love the little one on the left and have been tempted to buy it. However, none of my clocks seem to be in sync! Lol!

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