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Wall vs Floor Indoor Water Fountains: Which One Should i Choose?

Posted by Doug Gardner on

Indoor water fountains are a truly stunning decorative accessory that will bring a new sense of style and sophistication to any home or workplace. The calm flowing waters combined with brilliant hand-crafted artwork is something that’s not found in traditional paintings or other conventional artwork. Perhaps this is why indoor water fountains draw so much attention and praise by those who see them.

It’s a little-known fact that indoor water fountains also improve air quality by filtering out impurities such as dust, dirt, pollen, pet dander, bacteria and mold. This is just one more reason why you should incorporate them into your home and/or workplace today.

If you’re in the market for a new indoor water fountain, though, one of the decisions you’ll have to make is whether to choose a wall-mounted or free-standing floor model (see image to the right). There are stunning models available in both wall and floor styles, but each type possesses its own unique characteristics. To help you make the best purchasing decision possible, we’re going to reveal some of the subtle nuances between the two different styles of indoor water fountains.

Wall-mounted indoor water fountains have a more natural-looking appearance. Once installed on the wall, they seem to blend into the surrounding decor, making them a preferred choice by homeowners trying to achieve a uniform decor that flows in a cohesive manner. Does this mean free-standing floor water fountains are a poor choice? Absolutely not, but some people prefer the ease of integration offered with wall fountains.

Another benefit of choosing a wall-mountain indoor water fountain is its minimal space requirements. As long as you have an open area of space available on the wall, you can successfully install a wall fountain. Floor fountains, on the other hand, require “floor” space, which is scarce in many homes and workplaces.

But some people may prefer the bold look of indoor floor water fountains, as they seem to attract more attention. If you’re looking to create a new focal point in your living room, for instance, than a free-standing floor fountains is probably the better of the two choices.

The truth is that both wall and floor indoor water fountains are amazing decorative accessories that will improve your home (or workplace’s) aesthetic value. Rather than worrying about the type, focus on elements like color, material, size and overall style.