Top 10: Wall Clocks

wall3 LIME TWIST This lacquered metal Mozia Clock by Italian product designers Diamantini & Domeniconi checks the tone-on-tone box, and is available in a Skittles-pack-worth of hues. $200, Geek Living 
wall12 LEARNING CURVE There is something reassuringly educational and retro about this chrome Newgate Brixton Wall Clock, like you'd find it in the high school of a John Hughes movie. $135, West Elm
wall9 A DELICATE BALANCE The Brooklyn-based sibling trio behind LeeLABS design and fabrication studio mix two seemingly incongruous elements--lace and concrete--in their hand-carved, architectural Warpweft Clock. $238, Anthropologie
wall14 INTO THE WOODS Japanese product designer and architect Moritoyshi channels a '50s sleep-away camp aesthetic for this plywood Lemnos clock, whose simplistic typeface and natural materials pay respect to eastern design ideals. $90, Canoe
wall1 THE FUZZ Designer Sebastian Herkner used 60% recycled PET felt for his tactile LEFF Amsterdam clock design, which feels like something you might find in Bert and Ernie's apartment--in a good way. $199, Design Public
wall13 LIGHTER SHADE OF PALE This white-on-white Embossed Numbers Wall Clock has the feeling of a minimal sand sculpture with an added flash courtesy of its stainless rim and hands. $55, Crate & Barrel
wall6 FOR THE BIRDS Taipei-based Haoshi Design swaps swallow figurines in varied states of flight for run-of-the-will numbers in this art-piece-turned-wall-clock. $150, Haoshi 
clock REALITY CHECK You may know the time, but do you know what day it is? This graphic and technical-feeling Big Flip Calendar Clock by Karlsson is a reassuring bit of classic design in a sometimes disorienting world. $279, Sears
wall8 WOODLAND FOLK Made from milled solid maple and finished with a leather strap, this Raw Wood Wall Clock by Brooklyn-based product designer Stanley Ruiz feels like it was lifted from Gepetto's northern Italian workshop, with a noted Helvetica influence. $250, Fitzsu
wall2 CLASSICAL PERIOD The watch designs by pioneering post-war Danish designer Henning Koppel serve as a template for this elegant stainless steel George Jensen clock, which substitutes minimal black dots for the traditional numbered clock face. $200, Georg Jensen