Did you know that you can find an indoor wall fountain that is ideally suited for nearly any kind of room or space? There are models meant for massive lobbies and reception areas, and then there are slim and narrow models that can transition easily from a tabletop to the wall.
They come in such a diversity of materials that they can be found in designs that work with any sort of décor, but they can also be customized with lighting, logos, artwork, and more as well.
To choose the right indoor wall fountain for your space is relatively easy, but it is often a bit of a challenge because you have to select just one! The main thing to consider, however, is the materials that will be used.
Why are materials so important? Well, let’s consider the one thing that we all know about an indoor wall fountain – it uses water. Water makes a lot of sound when it moves, and the range or strength of the sound made by a fountain can vary according to the types of materials selected.
For example, let’s say that you choose an indoor wall fountain that features copper framing surrounding a panel of pebbles that emulate the look and texture of a riverbed. Now, as water passes over a riverbed it tends to glide and slide without making a tremendous amount of sound, but when the direction is vertical, the water actually clamors over the stones and slaps on the surface below. This means that the fountain will tend to make the same level of sound as a gentle rainfall.
There are designs that are nearly silent and which create sound only as the water meets the base of the fountain itself. For instance, the wall fountains that utilize glass or smooth panels of Lexan tend to be extremely quiet with only a gentle “shushing” sound as the water slides to the bottom.
So, this means that the first thing to consider when selecting the fountain for your space is the actual amount of sound you hope to enjoy. This will guide you towards the most appropriate sets of options and designs.
Luckily, there are many different ways that the classic materials are put to use, so this means that all of the ranges of sound can be created through a good variety of different styles and materials too. Many buyers actually combine materials (such as glass with river stones) to create their optimal sounds.