A grandfather’s clock is statement piece, which has been classics for many years, and I’d even say centuries. You may think that it’s a bit old-fashioned and can’t be integrated into modern interiors but you are mistaken! A gorgeous vintage piece, whether this is a furniture piece or a decoration or accessory, can add a chic feel to any interior, and sometimes a contrast it creates is the most eye-catchy thing in the space. Let’s have a look how to incorporate a grandfather’s clock into your interior.

Grandfather’s Clocks In Decor

If you have a cool grandfather’s clock from your grandparents or a flea market, you can easily make a stylish statement with it. Such a piece can be incorporated into a rustic, vintage, Scandinavian, art deco, shabby chic or eclectic space. If it doesn’t fit in the color, just repaint or refinish it and voila – a cool statement piece is done! As for rooms, grandfather’s clock can be placed in entryways, living rooms, dining rooms and even kitchens and bathrooms, everything depends on what effect you want to achieve.

Repurposed Grandfather’s Clocks

You can re-paint the clock or add some pattern to it to make it more eye-catching. You can also repurpose the clock, for example, a living room can be completed with a shelf made of a grandfather’s clock – paint it, add colorful wallpaper inside and maybe some drawers. If it’s a dining room, you can leave the clock and add dinnerware storage. The clock face can be substituted with a painting or a mirror, or you can leave it as it is.

Modern Grandfather’s Clocks

There are bold versions of traditional grandfather’s clocks that will make a gorgeous statement anywhere. It can be a clock with an aquarium, a marble piece with brass – such a luxurious item! An ultra-modern piece of smoked glass and with an electronic face clock will blow your mind!

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