Asked on Oct 4, 2017

Ways to decorate aquarium

Fki AquaristIdeas4UAli Kay
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just moved and funds low. Have it sitting in living room and want to decorate. Dimension 30 x 15x 12
8 answers
  • Barbara
    on Oct 4, 2017

    Put cactus in it.
  • Rebecca Taylor
    on Oct 4, 2017

    Hello, you could make a candle garden or put gravel in the bottom and add large seashells, starfish etc.
  • Cynthia H
    on Oct 4, 2017

    Succulents would be pretty. A fairy garden would be pretty also.
  • Sharon
    on Oct 4, 2017

    I once had a large land crab in one.
  • Ann Riffe
    on Oct 4, 2017

    put your carved jack-o-lantern in it, with lights.cover the bottom with black tissue paper. you can also put one of those big hairy spiders in it too
  • Ali Kay
    on Oct 8, 2017

    Make it into a terarrium! Easiest way to take care of plants, since it stays humid and moist. Cover it with saran or cling wrap to keep the moisture in and make sure it is in a sunny area. Personally, I would throw a few poison dart frogs in too, but top thats just me :•)
  • Ideas4U
    on Oct 8, 2017

    I stained/watered down a Turquoise color and painted the wood base. you can pick your own color. Since the base is empty, I put a LED light strip inside. I covered the glass inside the aquarium with an off White/natural tissue like wall paper. I put a beveled piece of glass on the top that made it a table. You could use anything on the top that fits. It turned out looking like an original, beautiful table that had a soft glow of light Shining through. You can get the LED light strips in “warm glow” and they take batteries. You can also use the cabinets for storage. I loved mine! Ended up giving to a friend that always asked me to make her one!
  • Fki Aquarist
    Just now

    Aquascaping is gardening underwater with inspirations drawn from various resources, i have been Aquascaping since last 20+ years and with my experience i can confirm it is challenging, but its made easy when following tips - https://www.fishkeeping.info/all-about-aquascaping


    all the very best for your project, do share pictures of your completed tank

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