Ideally, you want to buy wall clocks to tell the time. Of course that is the primary purpose but we also need to buy clocks that will suit our rooms and offices. We need to buy ones that fit the size and theme of our halls too.
Before committing your money, first look at how much space you have on the wall. If you are buying for a wall that has a lot of objects, then you must buy small clock. Sparsely ornamented walls can suitably for larger wall clocks. The essence of matching the wall to the clock is to ensure that it is visible and easy to reach when you need to change the battery or set it.
The shape of the wall clock is also important. They come in all different shapes – hexagonal, circular, square or rectangular. A clock with a round face will best suit a room with leather furnishings whilst one with rectangular case will fit an area where you have lots of rectangular tables.
You should also consider what functionality you would want the wall clocks to have. Some clocks are silent whilst others produce alarms at every hour or half hour. If you needed silence in your room, the silent versions will be more helpful. Again, if you have rooms close to libraries or study, you should go for the silent clock. On the other hand, if you need a clock to wake you up in the morning or regulate some other activity audibly, the alarm versions will be ideal.
You should also consider how you want your display to appear when it comes to choosing a timepiece. Digital displays are easy to read but only so if the backlight is very bright. Gray digital clocks will not be good for a dark room. Bright LED’s will suit such rooms better. Again, analog or dial wall clocks are suitable for elegant rooms or rooms that require special decor.