Types of Indoor Wood Fountains

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Types of Indoor Wood Fountains

Other than bamboo fountains, most people don't associate indoor water fountains with wood. However, wood fountains bring nature inside the home or office. With a variety of styles to choose from wood fountains complement most interior design themes.

Most wood fountains are indoor floor fountains or wood-framed wall or shelf fountains. Some tabletop fountains found at Serenity Health also incorporate wood elements like bamboo.

For instance:

  • The Savannah combines the effects of wood, light, water, leather, stone and metal in an enclosed intriguing diorama. An intricate hand-carved hippo rests in a savannah setting among eucalyptus and reed on polished stones at the base of the fountain. Water cascades gently down slate tile background into the reservoir below.
  • The Tuscan Ivy fountain brings visions of an Italian garden into the home.
  • And, The Stone Mountain Waterfall draws inspiration from the way water flows down Georgia 's Stone Mountain during a sunset rainfall. Sparkling water flows down background multi-colored slate tiles that gleam in the fountain's built-in light. And a choice of eight finishes for the wood cabinet complement virtually any indoor décor.

Meticulously designed by a talented artist, each of these unique wood fountains can be mounted on the wall, placed on a tabletop or stand alone as indoor floor fountains. Each fountain uses only about one gallon of water that sparkles day and night with built-in lighting. The rich distressed pine frames come in a choice of finishes to coordinate with interior décor. Kudos to the artist who requests that a portion of these fountain sales is donated to American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Hosea Feed the Hungry, Atlanta, Georgia or American Arthritis Foundation.

   

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