Ensure a stylish Daylight Savings with one of these trendy timepieces for your home.
Though the multitasking smartphone has come to replace many a bedside alarm, we think there's still something to be said about a classic timepiece that provides both function and an eye-catching statement. Whatever your style, spring ahead with one of these chic numbers this Sunday and ensure that time stays on your side all season long. The Cofield-designed Geometria wall clock ($398) forgoes the standard circle for a fun, geometric shape that contrasts a handcrafted copper with oak wood. anthropologie.com The minty green colour and ‘50s feel of the Newgate Cookhouse Clock ($130) is the perfect addition to a retro kitchen. westelm.com Kartell’s Tic&Tac wall clock ($149) sets time in a transparent box to create a reflective piece that plays delightfully on light and shadow. livingspace.com Design junkies will appreciate Established & Sons' font clock ($395), which features a distinct flip mechanism and twelve different typefaces. informshop.com The oversized Mr. White wall clock ($195) proves white accessories—and a monochromatic palette of white on white—are always a timeless choice (pun intended). westelm.com Japanese designer Yuichi Nara updates the classic cuckoo wall clock ($348) with smooth hand carved ash wood and clean white accents. anthropologie.com There aren’t quite fifty shades, but those partial to more subdued tones should find solace in BoConcept’s colour circle wall clock. boconcept.com Playfully rounded corners and a tone-on-tone blue make CB2’s Memphis wall clock ($60) as spirited as the ‘80s art movement that is its namesake. cb2.com Susanne Philippson's butterfly clock ($375) is a work of poetic art—the three moveable butterflies represent those fleeting moments in life that seem to go as quickly as they come. mintinteriors.ca Though Braun’s iconic travel alarm clock ($45) is designed for just that, its compact shape and crisp crescendo alarm also make it appropriate for home. walrushome.com