Day 2: The Red clock
Fact: Red makes men more desirable to women. This is according to a study that was done by Elliot, CBS News. The study, published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, asked women to rate pictures of men framed by or wearing a variety of colors. The women rated men in red “higher in status and more likely to earn a better living.” That perception, which may stem from the fact that red pigmentation indicates male dominance in a number of animal species, leads to the attraction. found that men also find women in red more attractive because the color suggests “sexual receptivity.” Hmm….. gentlemen grab that red tie. Ladies, dawn that red dress.
Red Clocks: I have an obsession with knowing what time it is every five minutes or so. It is perhaps an unhealthy habit but getting late for a meeting, appointment, concert, tea with the girls because I lost track of time is never an acceptable excuse to use. It is fashionable to check the time on your phone however, it’s always better to carry a watch. It speaks subtle elegance if you ask me.
(This is not an endorsement of the drink company. We just thought it a cool vintage look)
The same can be said for a clock. It is that accessory in a room which is not necessarily relevant but can really help bring a room together or just add that little subtle spark to a rather dull or drab room. The best advantage about clocks is that they are probably one of the cheapest home or office accessory you could use to decorated a room and come in all shapes, sizes colors and even textures. In fact, long are the days when wall clocks were round or square plates with numbers and two sticks on them. Wall clocks have evolved into pieces of art. Here are just some red examples you could use to keep track of your time and make a statement in your room.