I love the idea of a modern-day grandfather clock. The one on the left, from Anthropologie, $128, is a fun riff on the classic; the hands are actually mounted on wallpaper. The one on the right, available at Stitch, $230, is more of a glammed-up glass mantel clock, available with a bronze- , silver-, or blue-tinted mirror back. Both styles run on a battery.

—GINA BAZER

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I love the idea of a modern-day grandfather clock. The one on the left, from Anthropologie, $128, is a fun riff on the classic; the hands are actually mounted on wallpaper. The one on the right, available at Stitch, $230, is more of a glammed-up glass mantel clock, available with a bronze- , silver-, or blue-tinted mirror back. Both styles run on a battery.

I love the idea of a modern-day grandfather clock. The one on the left, from Anthropologie, $128, is a fun riff on the classic; the hands are actually mounted on wallpaper. The one on the right, available at Stitch, $230, is more of a glammed-up glass mantel clock, available with a bronze- , silver-, or blue-tinted mirror back. Both styles run on a battery.

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