If you watch Fixer Upper on HGTV you know that farmhouse clocks are part of Joanna’s signature decor and if you read this blog you know I’m obsessed with Joanna’s decor! I have a bunch of clocks around the house but I’m definitely partial to white vintage decor and large wall clocks like these two. I’m still on the hunt for the faceless white clock that Joanna has in her living room, but in the meantime these will have to do!
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Farmhouse decorating is full of character and farm. Typically looking more rustic or vintage, part of the allure of Farmhouse style decorating is that there is no need to spend a ton of money to achieve the look. Thrifted pieces can be updated to look new again or new pieces featuring this classic style can be obtained to fit your decor in the perfect place.
Adding a farmhouse clock to your living or dining room is a practical decor element. Farmhouse clocks are sophisticated and stylish, while pulling in the unique look of a semi-vintage piece. Often made of reclaimed or weathered wood, your farmhouse clock can be personalized to best match your decor or personality by adding a pop of color of a more distressed finish.
The farmhouse clocks from the show Fixer Upper are always amazing but they are quite expensive. Many farmhouse clocks are showpiece that will tie together all of the decor in your room. As a focal point of the room, an ideal farmhouse clock is oversized and displayed prominently inside the room.
Luckily for those of us not decorating with Chip and Joanna’s budget, Amazon has a great selection of very similar clocks that range in all styles, sizes and prices. I’ve gathered a bunch of them to fit all budgets so you can find one that’s perfect for you. Some of these are under $15.00! Pay close attention to the size and color descriptions before making a purchase. Happy shopping!
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