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10 Things to Check While Ordering Indoor Water Features

10 Things to Check While  Ordering Indoor Water Features

Interior decoration is an art, but not everyone making an attempt at decor is an artist. All decor enthusiasts are on the lookout for something authentic and original. Unfortunately, there isn’t much left in the world that can be claimed as exclusively yours unless you get it custom made. A water wall indoor from Midwest Tropical is just what you need if you’re in search of décor that makes your corporate office reflect your brand identity and exotic taste.

There are a plethora of selections in the market, and choosing a water feature that’s suited for your hopes is challenging. You should know these 10 things before diving into the deep end of the world of indoor water features.

  1. Water Supply

The biggest perk of today’s water features is that you do not need a constant water supply. The water features are self-contained, which means that the water keeps on circulating without wastage. You may need to top up some water during summers, but that is also a long shot since indoor settings have regulated temperature.

  1. Sound and Playback Music

How the water feature sounds are just as important as how it looks. Before making a purchase listen to the water feature to ensure that its sounds are pleasing. Placing an indoor water feature means you will have to listen to it quite a lot, along with everyone who walks in through your doors. It could get annoying really quick if the sounds produced are not soothing.

  1. Power Supply

While staking out the location of the glass waterfall, make sure that it has a power source. The electricity is required to pump the water through the feature, which is then brought down by gravity.

  1. Maintenance

Your water feature may need cleaning time to increase its longevity. But this is a non-issue since maintenance of indoor water features is short and straightforward.

  1. Location

The location of the water feature is essential to bring out its beauty and benefits. Installing it in an area where a lot is going on décor wise will undermine its magnificence. Place it in a way that creates a compelling focal point and ties the room together seamlessly.

  1. Material

The finish of the water features plays an essential role in what it looks like and the care it needs. Different types of materials suit certain themes better than others, so this should be thoroughly vetted before buying one. If you’re opting for a rustic theme, then stone and granite will fit right in. In contrast, bronze and stainless steel fountains offer impressive contrasting tones to natural tones. Glass and resin are perfect for modern up-class looks where the purpose is to come off futuristic.

  1. Lighting

Lighting is something that can ultimately make or break the entire effect of your water wall indoors. If you wish to use a natural light source, then placing it near a window would be the way to go, but you also have to consider what happens when it goes dark. Do you have enough lighting to bring out its striking effect, or is the lighting suited to its stature? Anything too dim or too harsh will render all your efforts futile.

  1. Traffic in Premises

Although indoor water features are safe, you should factor in the traffic when placing it in entryways and lobbies. Are they going to be a hurdle? Are they out of the way enough for people to enjoy it without it becoming a safety issue?

  1. Care

Ensure you drain your fountain in case of extended holidays and keep it covered to protect the materials.

  1.  Natural Elements

The water feature’s effects are enhanced multi-fold when placed with other natural elements such as plants. Small pots would be wonderful while boost the aesthetic value of your indoor water feature.

These pointers will help you greatly in narrowing down your choices when choosing a glass waterfall from Midwest Tropical. So don’t let doubts hold you back and create interiors you always imagined.

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