A water fountain can be seen not only in the front yard but also in the backyard garden. The addition of a water fountain will enhance the beauty and value of the home design. When you resell the house in the future, the price will be increased at once due to the interesting and attractive elements. You can have a nice water fountain in custom made design. Since there are various types of water fountains that you can get on the stores, pick the appropriate one based on the location, size and decoration of the house. The custom made water fountain will be created based on the personal liking of the homeowners.
If you live in an Italian, Spanish or Victorian home design, the water fountain should be made in ornate style. You can have it in several tiers with a statue of Greek goddess or god at the top. You can also add several statues of Cupids with their arrows. Of course, you have to spend a lot of money because the ornate and big sized water fountain is more expensive than the modern one. But it can carry a fantastic persona in front of the house. It will impress the guests who walk through the driveway. The people who want to have a modern styled fountain should choose a compact one. It can be in the form of a simple round bowl or square shaped bowl.
Then you can add some decorative teal colored mosaic tiles at the border. Spread some pebbles or gravels to evoke the calm and natural feeling. You can reduce the stressful effect when you spend the time in outdoor area. The beauty of sparkling water will deliver the peaceful area. You can purchase the water fountain in the market in various materials like stone, clay, or even concrete. The stone water fountain reflects the beauty of nature. It can be seen in various country styled garden decorations. If you do not want to spend a lot of money to purchase a water fountain, you can create it from the unused items at home. For instance, you can use several aluminum garden hoses to create a unique water fountain. Match it with a simple landscaping design.
Published at Thursday, June 02nd 2016 by Natalie Swedberg