Monday, November 01, 2010

Decorative Clocks: Uttermost Cason Wall Clock


Uttermost Cason Wall Clock in Chestnut Brown Decorative clocks don't seem to be on the top of many interior decorating wish lists today. It's a shame really because there are lots of great pieces that can add a decorative focal point in most any room. Perhaps we don't think much about clocks because time is at hand continuously--on our televisions, computer screens and cell phones.

In the past wood clocks were just about the only choice. Now, we can find beautiful designs in many materials. Wood is still a favorite, but metals and synthetics are readily available in many shapes and sizes.

The Uttermost Cason Wall Clock in Chestnut Brown is a good example of a wood clock that is large enough at 30" across to become an interesting feature in an entry or dining room. It would look great above a sideboard in the dining room or a long table in the foyer. The Uttermost Cason with its scooped frame design in distressed chestnut brown wood veneer and antiqued gold details is designed by Grace Feyock.

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over 4 years ago, Eri said

First off, you didn’t mention your bepdaresd. You should really start with that and take colors from that to decide what paint options you are going with. To be honest, the spatter paint idea WILL look wacky and busy and I think you’ll get tired of it .not to mention that that much paint will dig pretty hard into your $100 budget. Here’s my idea. I would pick one or two colors from your comforter to use for your paint. You can do three walls one color and one wall another as your feature (focal) wall.Your focal wall is usually the wall that you see first as you walk into your room. You usually put the head of the bed against that wall. You can also do one color at the top of your wall and another at the bottom. If you still want to spatter, I would either just do the bottom of the wall, the focal wall, and not on all of them. You can also spatter paint your desk if it’s painted. THEN you start buying your accessories to match or contrast with the main colors. Don’t forget your curtains! Make sure they coordinate with the bepdaresd. Good luck!

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