5 Ways to Decorate a Room with Cuckoo Clocks
I love decorating my home to make it cozy and amazing and one of my favorite items is a Cuckoo clock my grandparents bought me one summer when I was 8 years old. I had it in my bedroom and still have it to this day. There is just something so amazing about the craftmanship and beauty that this clock provides and that is why I had to tell you all about Cuckoo Forest. Cuckoo Forest carries the most amazing selection of Cuckoo Clocks that are gorgeously made and that will last a lifetime and beyond. These are unique pieces that are custom made in Germany and that will be a wonderful addition to any homes décor and I am obsessed with them.
Cuckoo clocks are popular in decorating right now, as they can be used to enhance a wide variety of decorating schemes. These versatile pieces can be used to add a hint of whimsy to any room. Here are some tips on how to decorate with cuckoo clocks.
1. Find the Right Location for Your Clock
A cuckoo clock can easily become the centerpiece of a room. Finding the right place to put your clock is important. Some people choose to place it in a central location—say, over the TV or fireplace, or on the mantel. Others like to draw attention to a beautifully crafted timepiece by setting it off by itself, possibly on a wall with less decoration. Placing it in between and slightly above two other pieces of decoration or furniture may help to make the clock the center of attention, while providing a balanced look.
2. Match the Clock to the Room
Cuckoo clocks come in a wide variety of colors, sizes, and themes. Sometimes people think of clocks as being wood-toned or metal, but there are many modern options for cuckoo clock enthusiasts, and it may be easier than you think to match the clock to your room. Color options range from bright yellow to serene blues to earth tones. Themes may includes animals, outdoor scenes, dancers, and many others. In case you’re not familiar with different types of cuckoo clocks, make sure you read this article from Cuckoo Forest: Five Types of Cuckoo Clocks.
3. Find a Clock That Fits the Personality of the Room
Colors and themes aside, a good decorator knows rooms have personalities, and decoration can invoke a variety of moods. You may want the room you’re decorating to be a calm, peaceful place to relax. On the other hand, maybe you want it to be a fun place to gather with friends and have a good laugh. No matter what your plans are, there’s a cuckoo clock to fit the room’s personality. Some clocks invite you to get lost in a magical, whimsical scene, while others are more bold and straightforward. Others look like they’re smiling at you. Find more here at Best Wall Clocks for stylish and creative wall clock designs fit for your personality.
4. Use the Clock to Complement Other Pieces
Once you’ve chosen a clock that fits your room and decorating style, it’s easy to find ways to complement your furniture or other decorations. A clock with blue birds, for example, may complement your favorite tea set. A bright yellow clock may be the perfect thing to offset your canary-patterned curtains. If your clock has carvings of people or animals, you may be able to find some small figurines that look like they were made to go with it.
5. Make Sure Your Clock is Easy to See
Once you’ve chosen and positioned the perfect clock, make sure it can be seen easily from different vantage points in the room. Walk around, and sit in all the chairs. Is anything blocking your view of the clock? Sometimes moving other decorations or furniture around, or even moving the clock, can help you find the ideal position. The clock should be close to the items it complements, but not so close as to obscure other pieces you’re proud of. Try walking into the room as if it’s your first time, and glance around to see how quickly your eyes land on the clock. German cuckoo clocks are well-known around the world. Click here to learn more about cuckoo clocks and their history.
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I love the idea of decorating around a valuable (even if in memory only) keepsake. I don’t have any cuckoo clocks, but when my family lived in Japan, my mother made me a two-foot Geisha doll all by hand, including kimono, etc. That is the decor centerpiece in my living room!
I’m cuckoo for cuckoo clocks! Of course the racket gets to be an issue every hour or so.
Margaret S Porter
I love clocks but dont own a cuckoo clock. We visit a clock store when we vacation in Gatlinburg. I am going to look closely at their cuckoo clocks
These are great ideas, I love Cuckoo Clocks! We had one in our living room when I was a kid and I always loved watching it. I am definitely going to have to invest in one now! Thanks for sharing. 🙂
Thank you for sharing. I would love to have one of these cuckoo clocks. They are beautiful.
I love cuckoo clocks but I have never thought to decorate a room with them… but these are excellent tips to help me get started!
I don’t have any cookoo clocks but I love the ones you have pictured here. They do add a homey feel to a room. Also they’re interesting to look at and add a focal point to a room.
I did not know that there were so many different types of cuckoo clocks. It would be fun to decorate a room around such a clock.
I love Cuckoo Clocks. My Grandmother had one in her home and I loved watching it as a child. I purchased one after college and still have it. It is hard to find a place for it, We have ours in the living room and I love seeing it every day. A lot of people question why I would want one, but the memories of my Grandmother seem to beam from it, which makes me so happy. My daughter is looking to buy one like I have for her daughter. I guess when you grow up around one, it seems natural to own one.
(5 Ways to Decorate a Room with Cuckoo Clocks) I remember my parents having a nice coo-coo clock from Germany when I was a child. I don’t really know what happened to it though or where it disappeared to. 🙁
Linda Manns Linneman
These clocks are beautiful. I haven’t seen one of these in years. Thank you so much for sharing these
We brought back a cuckoo clock from Germany. We lived overseas for some time.