Relaxing and peaceful — two feelings you experience when you hear the sound of trickling water on a bed of rocks. Rejuvenating spas use indoor water fountains to promote a soothing and calming environment.
Flowing water is a symbol of prosperity and wealth, according to Feng Shui gurus. So, not only does an indoor water fountain offer an attractive focal point in your decor, but it also promotes good fortune and prosperity!
With wall fountains, you have the added element of the wall color behind it. You can really get creative here!
There’s nothing more elegant than a floor-to-ceiling wall fountain. With all that delicately running water, you’re bound to feel zen.
Dedicating an entire wall to make a fountain is a great idea, but it will also take a little more time and effort to set-up. It’s not as simple as a small, free-standing option — so you’ll have to really commit.
Make sure your wall fountain is properly installed and secured. You’ll want to avoid unsightly cables or screws.
You can also opt for a free-standing wall fountain for decoration.
4. Floor Fountains
If you’re intimidated by the thought of mounting an elaborate wall fountain — you’re not alone! Floor fountains are also a great way to go.
You can find free-standing fountains in loads of shapes and sizes.
If you want a more subtle addition to your room, you’re sure to find the perfect little fountain. But if you want the dramatic effect of a wall fountain with less effort, you can also find a floor fountain large enough to be the main attraction in any room.
5. Tabletop Fountains
Don’t underestimate a smaller fountain — it can really do a lot for a room. It can serve as a gorgeous accent or the center-piece of a small table.
They are perfect for bringing good energy to smaller spaces, like offices, reading corners, or a yoga room.
If you pair it with some house plants — you can really stir up some excellent Qi.
Don’t let a small budget or space keep you from the joys of an indoor fountain!
This cute fountain would make a great addition to any desk, end table, or bookshelf.
Can you say bathroom fountain? This design choice will instantly make your bathroom look like a five-star spa.
6. Plant Fountains
It’s only natural to pair a fountain with a plant. If you’re looking to create your own little oasis, this is the option for you.
Really, fountains with plants are the closest you can get to nature indoors. What could be better?
This is the practical choice for any plant enthusiast because it means more plants!
But it’s also an excellent choice because the fountain doubles as a natural humidifier — making all your plants extra happy.
Any plant parent knows that the possibilities for plant arranging are endless. With such a wide variety of pot types and planters at your fingertips these days, you can truly create an indoor jungle.
Use common hanging plants that grow in every direction to create a wild effect. Or grow a vertical garden with floating shelves to take your fountain design to the next level.
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