Wall Fountains



Wall fountains were once something that one would find primarily outdoors, or in the homes of affluent people. However, the water features back then were usually a bit crude and nothing like the beautiful designs that you will find in home improvement centers today. These days, wall fountains are an affordable option that can be incorporated into the décor of almost any home. While many people tend to focus on putting a wall fountain in an entryway, there are various other places that can house these beautiful water features.

1) Room dividers:

Wall fountains are a great addition to a wall that divides a room. It gives the wall a focal point that makes it more pleasing to the eye. In most cases, a wall fountain on a room divider should be a simple design that is fairly flat against the wall. Ornate designs might take away from the ambiance of the room and look out of place.

2) Home office:

A wall fountain in a home office can provide a calming element that can help you to keep your focus on your work. When you are facing a tight deadline or a stressful situation, you can take a few moments to focus on the light sounds that emanate from the water feature. The sounds of the water have been proven to reduce stress and improve a person’s mood. The effect is similar to that of white noise, such as the sound of a fan. 

3) Hall:

If you have space at the end of your hall, a wall fountain can help to fill that space. Some water features can fit in rather small spaces. Be that as it may, if you are working with a small space, make sure that you measure the space to ensure that the wall fountain you are considering will fit in where you intend to place it. Also, be sure to take the depth of the fountain into account. If depth is not accounted for before the fountain is installed, the fountain could end up blocking doorways, or other features of the hallway.

4) Wet bar:

The right placement of a fountain can add style to your wet bar. You can place it on the wall behind the bar, or you can find a slim one to place beneath the bar. However, if you are considering a wall fountain to put on the beneath the bar, you must ensure that you choose one that can handle being hit occasionally, since people who sit on the barstools might kick the fountain.

5) Media room:

A media room is another place where a wall fountain can shine. One idea for a wall fountain in a media room is to use a lighted fountain. This can provide a subtle light that can make it easier for you and your guests to move around if you have the overhead lights dim to watch a movie.

6) Finished Basement:

A finished basement can benefit from the instant facelift that a wall fountain provides. Depending on how your basement is set up, you might be able to find room for an ornate wall fountain that has considerable depth. If you have items like pool tables or dart boards in the basement, make sure that you don’t place the wall fountain where it can be hit by the projectiles, since you don’t want to end up with a wet spot on the basement floor and a broken fountain. 

7) Bedrooms:

Your bedroom should be a relaxing room. A wall fountain can provide you with a focal point that can help you to relax after a long day. In fact, the sound of the moving water might help lull you to sleep at night. You should find a wall fountain that complements the decor in your bedroom. Artistic wall fountains provide a stylish element that can transform your bedroom into your personal oasis for rest.

8) Patio:

Some wall fountains are suitable for outdoor use. Oftentimes, these fountains have considerable depth to them. Even if your patio is a covered patio, a three-season porch, or an all-season porch, you can enjoy the stress relief of a water feature. Nevertheless, because some fountains might not be able to handle severe temperature changes, it is critical that you consider the temperatures that the fountain will be subjected to. 

9) Bathroom:

The bathroom is a room that is full of water. Adding a water feature to the bathroom enables you to enjoy the calming sight of moving and flowing water while you are taking a bath, cleaning the bathroom, or doing anything else. As odd as it sounds for a water feature, you have to make sure that the water fall you choose can handle the high humidity level in the bathroom. Some indoor water features can only handle water in the area where it flows. In a bathroom, you will have moisture coming into contact with every surface of the fountain.

10) Dining area:

A wall fountain in a dining area can add a little peace to the room. While you won’t be able to make the water feature visible from all seats around a table, you can easily make it a focal point. If you have large furniture in the room, such as a large hutch or buffet, try to put the wall fountain on a different wall. If you don’t use the dining area frequently, consider choosing a wall fountain that can be turned on and off, instead of one that remains on constantly. 

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