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Decor with Clocks

Dont forget, this weekend is the end of summertime. The time will revert, by going back one hour.
It's time to change the clocks! Lo
oking for a clock that’s not like the others?
I have chosen a stunning range of designer clocks to help you on this assignment.
This stylish Felt Clock catches the eye immediately by its distinctive material. It’s made out of 60% recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET). It was designed by the international designer Sebastian Herker for NEFF .
Whether in the office or at home, time travels at the same pace — even when it doesn’t seem so.
Wave Clock is the new minimalistic wall clock designed by Sabrina Fossi Design, this elegant and perfectly balanced wall clock has clear figures to telling the time. It is characterized by sinuous waves that make the clock unique. The time seems glide on the waves.
Leff Metlev 35 Wall Clock is the ultimate melting pot; coloured glass with a stainless steel edge. A clock in the most basic way, built up out of a detailed cut ring fixed to the glass.
Mr White Wall Clock, it's perfect for those wo love the minimalist looks.
In geometric lines and with brass hands, Karlsson Marble Hexagon Wall Clock will complement a sophisticated modern interior. This wall clock will look like a true piece of art.
This eye catching clock in gold finish, designed by Karlsson, is a big and stylish clock that will surely get all the attention!
Wall clock ‘vintage’ is a glass clock that will be a great addition to any home!
A quirky clock with silhouettes of everyday household items and figures of individuals, the Model Kit Wall Clock it will look stylish on any wall colour. 
Inspired by blurred images designer, Ivan Kasner,has created a sense of excitement, imagination and illusion. The opaque clock face distorts the context and of the hands giving the clock a dreamy, hazy appearance.

But If you prefer a table clock, here are some options.
A vintage flip clock reinvented in a unique design by Erwin Termaat for Leff. Leff are so confident of this clock’s quality they provide a five year warranty. The Brick clock can be placed on your desk or hung on the wall and is available in three different fiishes.
Add a touch of contemporary chic to your interior with this statement piece. This Tube Clock is made from stainless steel and designed by Piet Hein Eek for Leff who are famous for their high quality clocks.
The Felt Table Clock by LEFF amsterdam is a modern clock made from recycled PET felt. Designed by Sebastian Herkner, it follows on from his fabulous Felt wall clock. Is available in three different finishes.

And don't forget with christmas time approaching, a clock is always a good gift choice.
Whatever your taste, hope we make it easy to choose the exact clock you need!


All products are available at Vivalagoon online shop.

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