Four Recommendations for Your Wall Fountain Purchase
1. Make it a focal point in your home or office: You may not realize this, but fountains are still a cutting edge addition to your home or office. While we think they should be more standard (because they're awesome), they are just not common these days. So, with the addition of a fountain to your home or office environment, you've just “upped” the environment from the customer or visitor perspective. Admit it, fountains are impressive. From the most modest to the extravagant they add life and inspiration to any space.
2. Choose a natural material like slate or copper: This recommendation comes from years of experience in the industry. Fountains made with natural materials like slate, granite or marble have a solid but soft tone to them, and bring the outdoors in. We've found that our customers love copper for its natural, modern and artistic qualities. All four natural materials are incredibly durable. If you want your fountain to last generations, granite or copper are what you are looking for.
3. Add a custom logo or artwork to personalize your waterfall: Nothing can draw a customer’s eye to a company logo better than a customized water fountain. While business owners make a smart choice when utilizing a water fountain that is personalized to feature their company logo, there is so much more that can be done to personalize a water fountain in your home or business. Art fountains, for example, are incredible – these are original works of sculpture, painting and multimedia design are blended with a water feature to create stunning works of fine art. All of the benefits of a unique piece of art, with the serenity of a water fountain.
4. Accent your fountain with decorative artwork or plants: Water fountains are already a sensory feast for the eyes and ears, but adding decorative artwork or plant accents can help to highlight this creative home or business feature. Examples of the artwork/fountain combination can be found on our website – please check them out. If you are looking to add plants to your fountain, you should consider whether you are interested in floating plants, especially if your fountain has fish. These give an added visual delight, as well as cover for the fish. Make sure the plants you choose – whether in or around your water fountain – add to the overall design, instead of distracting from it.
Keep your eyes on our blog, for our next article that includes more details about choosing the right plants for your indoor or outdoor fountain.