Indoor fountains can easily fill an entire room with a splashing, running water sound that is relaxing and calming in so many ways. Placing fountains on your walls does not take up any precious horizontal surface space such as tables and floors, yet it still allows for you to include a stunning water feature in a living room, a bathroom or a bedroom. The only necessary element you need to add to indoor wall fountains is moving water, so once you add that element, everything is set.
Indoor fountains essentially combine containers, water and a submersible pump with tiers and other water features, offering you a peaceful accent that is both visually appealing and emotionally and mentally relaxing. Wall fountains are comprised of a wide variety of different materials, and come in a myriad of different colors and textures so that there is a wall fountain to accent any home décor idea or concept. Some of the design possibilities that you may see while shopping for fountains includes glass, plexi-glass, steel, copper, cement, limestone, fiberglass or marble. Indoor fountains can come in forms as small as a single lily pad, or as large as an entire bedroom wall. Most of these fountains produce sounds that are trickling or cascading in nature and in some cases, the sounds are as customizable as the fountains are.
All you need when it comes time to install your indoor wall fountains are a source of power and sturdy wall studs to connect your fountain to the wall. Many fountains can be heavy, including those that are constructed from plaster, concrete or stone. These heavier fountains have to be hung securely, meaning drywall studs if you do not want your indoor wall fountains to disconnect from the wall. Your fountain’s pump will also require a source of electricity so that you can move the water around within the fountain, allowing it to move from bowl to bowl, or from top to bottom and then to top again.
You should choose fountains based on their sounds, sizes, structural elements, the serenity and tranquility that they create, and their drama. For example, you may choose indoor wall fountains with water cascading down chiseled slate into a clear rectangular trough filled with quartz, or water may slide along a textured stone surface, trickling past polished river rocks before collecting in a large stone bowl. Or you may prefer fountains such as concrete cast angels pouring water from their hands into a bowl, or a stained concrete in an aged ceramic color with animals pouring water from their mouths into individual bowls.