Water features are typically associated with outdoor gardens, adding a serene stream to lush natural areas. But you can also get that feeling of relaxation inside the house with a characteristic of the water inside.
The uses of the water features at home are endless, from small accent pieces to bulkheads. Read on to learn how and where to use the indoor water features. You could be inspired to use these unusual features in your own home.
Create an interior wall accent
The wall fountain is one of the most popular ways to use indoor water. These remain a common feature of indoor water as they do not take up space on the floor, but they add a relaxing and bubbling sound and attractive images.
Wall fountains tend to work well in homes with rich, natural textures such as deep woods and green walls, as the elemental nature of the water feature adds to the natural feel. They also work well in a high-end style, as a characteristic of continuously flowing water denotes a sense of luxury.
Place subtle water features near windows
A pond should not be a big ordeal. The picture above shows a pond that is simply a small pool surrounding a decorative jug. Its positioning through the window is essential because it allows the pool to capture natural light. Reflective light draws attention to the small water feature.
This style is especially useful if you have space limitations. Putting a small piece of water on the side means that you have more space to work, while using natural light to showcase the beauty of the function.