With Daylight Savings on the horizon, we scoured the West for designer timepieces to help you fall back.

1. Maze Runner

The design of the Time Maze clock ($250) is anything but conventional; its discontinued lines and broken surfaces seem to express that time is not linear. livingspace.com

2. Summer Sun

This sun-shaped Raggiante wall clock ($315), made from bamboo and completed with bright orange hands, is the perfect accessory to remind us that the long days of winter won’t last. designhouse.com

3. Timeless Elegance

The curving arch of this Story clock ($159) adds depth to the bordeaux coloured marble and brass handles, making for an elegant piece to sit atop your mantle. boconcept.com

4. Watch the Clock

This alternative timepiece is a re-edition of the Eye Clock ($647) designed by George Nelson in the 1950s—perfect for a collector of vintage designs. grshop.com

4. Iron Man

Minimalists can appreciate CB2’s Iron Circle wall clock ($149) for it’s simple iron face, brass-coated aluminum hands, and its missing hour and minute graduations. cb2.com

5. In the Green

The tone-on-tone look of the Slipsten wall clock ($15) lends a sleek, industrial style that will look great in any room. (Bonus: the clock is completely silent, so you can say farewell to the loud tick-tock of the hands.) ikea.ca

6. Block of Time

Technology meets nature in the Hedge alarm clock ($50); the red digital numbers shine through a wood veneer, launching this rustic-chic look into the future. studioydesign.ca

7. Timelines

The playful geometric shapes of these Gatehouse wall clocks ($168) are laser cut from plywood to give a sleek, modern appeal. anthropologie.com