15 Mind Blowing Aquascaping That Makes You Want More
Keeping a pet fish is often a common choice because it takes lesser maintenance effort than keeping larger pets such as cats and dogs. There are tons of unique species of fishes out there that comes with their own unique shape and colors to beautify your aquarium even more. One crafty thing that people love to do is to design their aquarium to make it cozy for the fishes as well as turning it into a lovely decor piece. Their effort goes way beyond buying decorative piece from the shop and arrange them in their aquarium. Some take extra effort to create sceneries that looks zen and peaceful. While others opt in creating mythical lands that only one can imagine. Now, let’s feast our eyes with these amazing creations!
1. Bamboo Buddha Forest
Whether you are a Buddhist or not, this bamboo forest with a sculpture of the religious statue is an epic display to have in your room. The little bushes on the ground makes the whole scene seems cozy. The thick bamboo leaves on top gives it a zen vibe that even your fishes would appreciate.
2. Floating Greenery
This looks amazing! It’s a ball of moss with little greens growing on top. If you’re aiming for something unusual, this globe of green is something that you should look at.
3. Swing On Tree
Landscaping the aquarium can be as simple as building your favorite childhood memory into the glass box. This mini tree with a swing definitely does just that.
4. Steve Aoki’s Dragon Fish Tank
The famous DJ sure likes to go epic both in his music and also aquarium taste. This three headed dragon will not just wow your fishes but your guests as well.
5. SpongeBob Fish Tank
Manifesting your favorite childhood cartoon in the form of aquarium is another mind-blowing way to decorate your house. The props can be bought online including the cartoon characters. After that, it’s a matter of placing them into the right spot.
6. Fish Tank Planter
Sometimes, it’s alright to treat your fish tank like a giant vase. Just throw in some of your favorite water-living plants and put some rocks around it. It’ll be like a hybrid between an aquarium and a planter.
7. Under Water Stairs Aquascape
Creating mythical landscapes is almost a common idea that never fails to amaze. Imagination is all you need and this floating rock stair looks so mind-blowing! There’s also a shine of yellow light at the back which gives it a sense of depth.
8. The Great Rock
Landscaping doesn’t have to be complicated. You can be hiking along the river or forest and happen to stumble upon a uniquely shaped rock. Look at it, admire it. It’s probably gonna be the next best thing to be placed in your aquarium.
9. Valley of Fishes
Tall rocks does a huge role in this epic scenery. There’s a cozy and tight walk way under it. Just imagine walking along it and as you look up, beautiful fishes and breathtaking scene awaits.
10. Mario Fish Tank
There’s recreating childhood cartoon in a fish tank and it’s no surprise you can do the same with retro games too. It makes such an extraordinary gift for those who love games. The pixelated Mario hopping around is always a delight to look at. Probably can get your fishes into gaming too!
11. Lighted Cavern
There’s a cave in there. I wonder what’s inside. This is definitely a sight to love! The cave has shining light coming out of it. Not only this creates a sense of wonder, it also triggers curiosity. Could there be gold in there?
12. Tree Island
You can grow your tree in a pot or you can grow your tree in a pot of aquarium.
13. Hill Landscape
Featuring the scenery that makes a good wallpaper, this pine wood forest is an absolute wonder! The trail leads to somewhere covered by the folding of the foot hill. I wonder where it leads to?
14. Giant Aqua Planter
You can go as big as you want! Don’t limit your creativity to the scene in the water. Go out side the box. Grow something out of it too!
15. Dense Tropical Forest
Create a mini forest that you would love to go in. Maybe put up a chair and setup a reading tent inside as well. There’s peace and tranquility in connecting with nature. Creating such an environment that is pleasant to look at helps a lot too!