It’s ‘Time’ To Get Colourful

You'll enjoy keeping an eye on the time with these beautiful colourful clocks that brighten up your walls and your day.

Time is something most of us stress about and keep an eye on day in and day out. It makes sense, then, to have clock faces that are interesting, appealing, and attractive to look at. After all, if you’re going to look out for time, at least have an engaging face to keep an eye on. Here are 6 eye-catching ways to go down that road.

1. RIGHT ANGLES:

For a colourful take on the geometry of clock faces and a more appealing way to look up time, keep an eye on this circle of colours, shades, and time. Your time starts here.

2. RUSTICALLY TICKING:

If the fine art of rustic chic clicks for you, this offering in vintage, kitsch, and multicolour is a beautiful and quirky way to keep track of time. Get into it.

3. TESTING TIMES:

Step back into time with this clock face inspired by a design classic and pop culture icon that references the days before the rise and rise of satellite television. Turn it on.

 

4. WARLI CALLING:

The art of the Warli tribe is very unique. Unravel Indiahttp://engrave.in/unravel-india gives you an opportunity to make it a part of your life with this pretty offering that brings together the worlds of Warli art, colours, and the fine art of keeping time.

5. FACE TIME:

If what you look at to tell time matters, invest in some high quality, handcrafted, colourful, and unique clock face time from Unravel India. One look is all it’ll take to get hooked.

6. COLOUR CIRCLE:

A circle of joy and style is this hand-painted and skilfully crafted spectrum of colours, ideas, material, and imagination from Unique Art & Interiors. Welcome to an enchanting way to tell time.

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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