Guest Picks: Quirky Clocks for the Nursery
Keep track of nap and feeding times with a fun, unusual wall clock that complements your nursery decor
Clocks are a great way to add some color and dimension to a room's walls. They're also a handy way to keep track of feeding and nap schedules when added to a nursery. Here are a few fun and colorful options that would work in an infant's room, a kid's bedroom, or most any other room, really. — Maddie from Colour Me There
I love the simplicity of these stylized animal clocks. They're great for any space, really.
New Zealand designers Objectify have just released a new collection of retro-inspired wooden clocks. They're colorful and funky and for any space.
It's hard to beat the classic cuckoo clock. Just make sure it's not set to go off every hour — or you'll have a naptime nightmare!
I think this clock summed up my kid's feeding needs perfectly when she was a baby.
This is perfect for an underwater-themed room or a neutral space ready for some personality.
A collection of numbers and European landmarks, this clock comes in a few different colorways to suit any decor.
This wooden clock would look beautiful in any room, but it's definitely stunning for a calming baby space.
Chevron is so hot right now, even on clocks.
I love the twig-inspired hands on this simple and stylish clock.
Here's another Objectify creation. Can you tell that I love their clocks?
Available in a few colorways, this retro-looking clock has a quirky appeal.
This laser-cut floral number looks more like a hanging decoration than a clock.
With vintage-looking hands and scalloped edges, this would work beautifully in a feminine space.
It's an apple designed by Jonathan Adler. What's not to like?
This is the perfect spiky addition to the animal-loving kidlet's room.
A wiener dog on the wall? That's a big yes from me.
I'm loving this retro-looking flower. It's so fun and colorful for a kids' room.
If you hang a moon on the wall, will the baby will think it's bedtime? This is a lovely wall decoration regardless.
This modern twist on the traditional cuckoo clock is deliciously whimsical.
This Cloud clock has a classic look and would look equally great on a pastel or brightly colored wall.
This Mushroom clock would be perfect in a woodland-themed room.
A kiwi clock? Delicious!
The dark wood and silver accents on this clock give it a classic look, but the sunburst shape makes it work in a kids' room.
This is another cute cuckoo clock. Who knew Walmart had a huge collection of them?
I wonder if looking at this clock would hypnotize the baby into staying asleep long enough for you to jump in the shower.
This is a candy clock! What kid wouldn't love a wrapped lolly on the wall?
This colorful, numbered clock is definitely kid friendly.
A clock with string-and-nail art is a winner.
This doily clock would look lovely in a girly space.
Get your daily serving of milk with this vintage-inspired clock.
This colorful kaleidoscope clock will add more than a pop of color to your nursery space.
This is a cute clock for the robot-loving kid.
A kids' space is the perfect excuse to add some color. I wish it was yellow o'clock right now.
Although this owl seems a little angry at ten past ten, he's hopefully a lot chirpier the rest of the day. (Chirpier, get it? OK, lame mom joke.)
Ideabook published on Oct. 30, 2012.
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