There’s no denying that a home aquarium adds a sense of relaxation to your home space. Generally, most people do think that a small tank with a few fish can really do the trick, but for some people that’s not enough. They prefer a stunning feature that’s as large as a swimming pool.
The good thing about aquariums is that they can also be put in weird places, like the bathroom, kitchen and one can even have an aquarium bed, just the same way we have a water bed. Of course we know that adding an aquarium to your home sure makes your room look beautiful, but more than that, scientific studies have shown that observing fish help alleviate stress and reduce blood pressure, especially in adults and aged people.
Aquariums come in all shapes and sizes, ranging from the small rectangular ones to large and massive rectangular ones. There are also round shapes, in built ceiling and in-built wall aquariums. Basically choosing an aquarium for a house is a matter of preference and space availability. It is made of a glass enclosure with stones, pebbles and rocks beneath in order to simulate the ocean floor, fishes such as the angelic fish, gold fish, etc., one can also put artificial plants or real plants (water plants) in it, aerators, and lightnings too in order to give it this awesome feel.
Note: The reasons behind setting up an aquarium differs from individual to individual, so does certain factors such as kids, nature of people at home, etc. influence it too. Therefore, it is advisable to make proper research and do your findings well before you set up an aquarium at home
Check out the sample photos of some aquariums and start imagining the type of aquarium you would want just when you move into your new apartment
An in-built wall aquarium in a sitting room
When you think about shapes for your aquarium, a cylindrical shape is not a bad idea in the center of a house
Even when visitors come, they will be marveled at your center table
OHH MINE!!! Yet another Aquarium marvel
An aquarium in the basement of a building, with another embedded in the ceiling.
…Patrick O. Pomary