Clocks in My Home

With Daylight Savings Time ending tonight, I thought I would take you around my house to see some of my clocks…

This clock is the Alexander Martinot Clock from Ballard Designs.

It hangs in our conservatory, 

otherwise known as the pool table room.

 I purchased this clock from the Big Clock Store.

Right now it sits on a shelf also in the pool table room

because I never really decided where to put it!

This Howard Miller clock hangs on the wall in my kitchen.

And this one from the Threshold collection at Target

hangs in my laundry room.

I seem to go for a similar look in wall clocks
because I also like these…

Lanier Wall Clock

Ballard Designs

Station Wall Clock

Pottery Barn

Threshold Oversized Wood Wall Clock


and this one might look nice in my office…

Manor House Blue Clock
(Yes, it’s navy but kind of looks black here.)

The Big Clock Store

Remember to set your clocks back tonight.
Spring ahead, fall back…

Daylight saving time begins the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November.  – source Wikipedia

Did you know that Daylight Saving Time is observed in most areas of the US except Arizona (not including the Navajo Nation), Hawaii, and the overseas territories of Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands and the US Virgin Islands?   source – Wikipedia

Yeah, I am just a wealth of information today.

I hope you have a good TIME tonight!

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  1. What a timely post! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Love all your clocks! I just went around my house (and cars) resetting every single one of them. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Oh, YAY, we get to stay on the same time all year long! No resetting of all the clocks around here! I really like all of your clocks, Shelley. I did a post some TIME ago about my clock fetish. My hubby doesn't even wear a watch anymore since he retired and thinks I may have an OCD issue with clocks and time…!

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