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Clocks Help Decorate an Addition

An addition to a home is done for many reasons; to add space to a home for sure, but perhaps also to add value, or to create private space for someone or something specific. There are many reasons that homeowners choose to invest in their homes with the construction of an addition, but the end result is hopefully an extension of a home rather than something that looks disjoined and out of place.

To help make their additions something that adds value and space to their home rather than just something that is independent of the rest of the house, homeowners look for ways to create a consistent design utilizing such features as paint, furniture, art, and accessories.

One of the accessories that lend themselves particularly well to versatility in this respect is clocks of all kinds – especially if clocks are used throughout the main part of the home. By utilizing clocks in the addition, the homeowner is able to create a consistent design theme throughout all parts of the house – the result of which is a home that flows naturally.

Through specialized sites, consumers can find clocks made by high-end manufacturers such as Howard Miller, Ridgeway, and Kieninger – and browse through selections of everything from wall clocks and mantel clocks to grandfather clocks and even grandmother clocks.

So no matter if the home addition is of a contemporary design or of a more traditionally, classic décor, there are clocks that can easily complement the addition and the home at large – creating a cohesiveness with the use of these specially chosen accessories.

By | 2008-06-26T09:03:40+00:00 June 26th, 2008|2 Comments

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