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How to Design your Interiors around a Water Feature

How to Design your Interiors around a Water Feature

Waterfall walls make mesmerizing focal points that pull together an entire space. Besides being compelling and attractive, indoor water features also fill space with unique décor and calming running water. More and more commercial properties are starting to use Midwest Tropical water features, so this might be the time to jump on the wagon and stay ahead of the trend.

If this is the first time you’re using a water feature either on the floor or the wall, then you may not know how to make the most of the space. Luckily there is a multitude of ideas that can be used, but it’s best to familiarize yourself with the general concepts behind designing your space around a water feature before committing to something permanently.

Let’s peek at some of the practical ways in which you can enhance your visual aesthetics and design your space optimally.

Bring in some more natural elements

Water feature designs go naturally well with greenery. Try pairing it up with potted plants to create original style statements. Specifically, when using wall fountains, you can use flowers or climbing vines or tall plants that can frame the border of the fountain.

Indoor water features are at an advantage since you can use real or artificial plants to give off the desired vibe. If you’re looking to exude authenticity, then go with real plants since they’ll be worth it even with the added maintenance. This also helps to establish a more natural ambiance if that’s what your purpose is.

Splash some color

If you have gone with simple water features made of stone or concrete, then this is the ideal time to add a splash of color to your space. Think bold colors while painting your walls or bright ones to accent the water feature’s natural look and establish some eye-catching visuals. Just keep thinking that less is more when it comes to color, so stick to your running theme while experimenting with wall colors.

Keep it simple

Water features have a habit of becoming the prime focus wherever they’re installed, so you may want to keep the rest of the space minimal. Let it do all the talking. The less fluff you have in the space, the better your water feature will be able to do what it’s meant to. Everyone can get an eye-full of the spectacular feature and admire your designing skills at being able to pull off everything incredibly.

Add some subtle décor

You can surround your waterfall walls with some additional décor if you feel something’s missing. Again you don’t want to go over the top and distract from your main attraction, which is the water feature. Choose something that complements it and use it sparingly so that it attracts more attention. Think of books, magazines, and vintage décor items that go with the existing theme and become an extension rather than an outlier.

Let it reflect your style

Your space needs to be a perfect reflection of your style and personality, so make sure you design it in a way that makes you happy. If you’re satisfied with it, then you can rest assured that everyone who comes in will appreciate your efforts and be aware of you as an entrepreneur long before meeting you.

Water feature designs are varied to cater to individual differences, which is why you can find something that suits you and your business. Midwest Tropical is where you should be while making such decisions, and with the tips mentioned above by your side, you can create an inviting space that’s one for the books.

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