I like the idea of abstract placement of these clocks around the edges of the television - almost framing it.
However, the feature on this wall is the TV. The rest of the decorative details and the color is left to the other parts of the room.
On the other hand, this collection of numbered prints is both whimsical and playful and feels less stark.
Counterpoint goes to soaring white walls and warm contemporary furnishings.
But the symmetry in these details is also calming. Especially with the blue green prints and soft greenery.
But do you really want a bunch of stuff distracting you when you watch golf? (I know my answer is yes -pluueeaaasse!)
But maybe you don't need a lot of stuff? Just a shelf with some small details?
Or should the details be focused where the conversation is instead of where the TV is?
At the same time, should you really forsake great vertical space that could be valuable storage? I can't ever find it in my heart to argue against storage!