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Six Of The Best: Wall Clocks Under £50

02/02/2011 14:21 | Updated 22 May 2015
Just because clocks are primarily functional doesn't mean they shouldn't also be stylish. A clock is likely to be on your wall for years, and you'll look at it way more often than any of your other wall art, so make it a good one. Here's how – without breaking the bank...
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Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

Simple, stylish and somewhat surprisingly the least expensive of the lot – and from The Conran Shop no less. You really can't go wrong.

Station clock, £15.95 at The Conran Shop

Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

Simple, stylish and somewhat surprisingly the least expensive of the lot – and from The Conran Shop no less. You really can't go wrong.

Diamantini & Domeniconi small cuckoo clock in red, £39 at Rockett St George

Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

Great colour meets simple but stunningly effective design.

Koziol silk wall clock, £34 at Red Candy

Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

This one reminds me of unwrapping a present, which is never a bad thing.

Umbra Ribbon clock, £42 at Red Candy

Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

One for the retro enthusiasts, with a 1950s diner vibe, this one's perfect for the kitchen.

Diner clock in blue, £19.95 at Dotcomgiftshop.com

Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

This hard-working clock doubles as a message board – great for love notes and shopping lists alike.

White board message clock, £39 at Rockett St George

Six of the best: Wall clocks under £50

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