I don't know anyone who hates watches. Okay, except for the student stuck in a classroom waiting for the bell to ring. Unfortunately, for most of us, that image has defined our perception of what a personalized wall clock is. Boring, annoying, and you have the ability to suspend time when all you want to do is speed it up. I'm sure you've had those moments. I have. Wall clocks have the ability to be so much more than that! Clocks are especially interesting centerpieces, works of art, and mark time.
Think about it, a well-placed custom clock can really add or even complete a decorated party, holiday theme, or general home and office decor. Clocks are an easy way to spread that holiday cheer even more in your home or office. A well-placed personalized decorative clock will turn heads and arouse the curiosity of anyone nearby. Cities have been wearing the city clock for centuries for festivals, holidays, and anniversaries. Why not do the same in your home or office?
Holidays, parties, and festivities aside, the best watches are the ones that are made to be works of art. I have seen clocks placed in paintings and as part of sculptures. Keeping time is a deeply personal and deeply human habit. Every person on the planet keeps time in one way or another. That's a serious universal appeal. It is natural to see time as another form of self-expression.
As for what kind of wall clocks can be used. There are five basic styles or types; two types of display and three ways of keeping track of time. The two types of display are analog watch faces with hands that move around the face of the watch and the other option is digital. The analog face is considered more elegant and old school. Digital clocks use liquid crystal displays to show the actual digits of the hour. Analog clocks come in three varieties, mechanical, quartz, and atomic. Digital comes in quartz and atomic.