Not only are fountains visually delightful, the sound of flowing water and its production of negative ions are great for your overall sense of relaxation and well-being. Adding a fountain to your home may seem unorthodox, but it will quickly turn any room into a soothing, living oasis in which all the stress of daily life just melts away. For a colorful, surprising piece of wall fountain art, try The Nautilus Wall Fountain. Its bold colors give it the look of a modern, expressionist painting framed in copper. As water flows over the design, it shines and really seems to come to life. If your drab walls need to be jazzed up with a striking conversation piece, you can’t go wrong with this calming nautical fountain.
Nautilus Wall Fountain
Dimensions: 48"H x 27.5"W x 6"D
If you have flipped through the pages of a decorating magazine, you have no doubt seen the trend of adding a living wall or “vertical garden” to the home. Not only are they visually striking, especially in otherwise minimal and lifeless rooms; green walls are good for your health! Green wall plants naturally reflect sound as it bounces off their leaves, helping to reduce noise and create a more peaceful home environment. They can also help to balance the moisture in the air as they breathe, making them a kind of natural air conditioner for those who live in hot climates. This will help to reduce your overall energy costs. Plants naturally purify the air around them and expel vital oxygen. This is the kind of wall art that truly comes alive and even benefits your mental and physical health.
8' x 4' Reflecting Pond Wall Fountain
Perhaps the most common “living” element in interior décor, flowers arrangements are visually and mentally soothing. The scent of flowers can help to reduce anxiety and put us in a more positive state of mind. Flowers have been shown to reduce the heart rate and blood pressure of hospital patients, even decreasing their need for pain medication. Placing flowers on your desk at work can help boost your mental sharpness and creativity, giving you the mental clarity and energy to take on a stressful work day. To make a long-lasting flower arrangement that will lift the positivity in your home for many days, cut flowers’ stems and immediately submerge them in water which is changed daily.
Autumn Leaves Wall Fountain
In the 1930’s, sculptor Alexander Calder was gaining fame for his kinetic art pieces which came to be known as “mobiles”. A mobile is naturally in a constant state of motion as it balances its individual parts, making it visually mesmerizing. Hanging a mobile in the nursery has been shown to have many benefits for the development of babies. As your child’s eyes naturally focus on and follow the mobile’s movement, he or she will reach out, strengthening muscles and coordination, as well as cognitive abilities. No matter your age, adding a mobile to your home décor can help you to relax and to think about art in a different way.