18 Mediterranean Indoor Fountains

Get zen with an indoor fountain! The sound of water immediately brings a sense of zen to your home. Have a stressful at-home job? Can't feel comfortable in your own living room? The zen noise of an indoor fountain might be able to help! Incorporating the natural beauty of water into your home requires some major considerations. First off, what kind of indoor fountain do you want? Most indoor water features come in three types: Wall-mounted, free-standing, or tabletop. All three have their negative and positive features, and it's important to think about which one is right for you. More 
Welland Pot Pouring Water Tabletop Fountain with LED Light
This tabletop fountain features a vessel pouring water into a lighted basin with a second dry vessel at its side. Features an illuminated lotus flower with emanating water. Includes an LED light and pump. Tabletop fountain capture the essence of form, function, and beauty all in one! Finish color may vary from picture. Suitable for home decoration. Can be put on nightstand, boo...More
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Serenity Health & Home Decor
3 Reviews
Water Pouring on Steps Tabletop Fountain
Accessory piece for a fireplace mantel or rustic living room. Could also be a nice piece for a kitchen counter.
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Custom Homes by Miller
7 Reviews
Morada project
“i like the three tear” — jjlsphotostudio
Luxe Water Walls
28" Water Walls in Various Homes
Dimensions: 28"W x 53"H x 6.5"D
Luxe Water Walls
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Wine Cellar Innovations
69 Reviews
Bella Basin Tabletop Fountain
This wine cellar humidification fountain is created with copper, wood, rock, and slate and are all natural materials found in this hand made item. It has a flame finish and clear coat.
“fountain” — Marci Marmor
Luxe Water Walls
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What size fountain should I buy?

Size is vital when it comes to indoor fountains. Know which room you want to put this fountain in, and what space it will occupy. A wall-mounted fountain can take up quite a bit of space, and requires some coordinating in terms of electrical hookups. A tabletop fountain is much more flexible, and doesn’t usually need anything more than a couple batteries. Double check the requirements for any fountain you’re about to purchase, and make sure to measure the space that you want it to go in.

What else should I consider when buying a fountain?

Before making a purchase, think about where your fountain will go and therefore how much noise you would like it to make. If you're placing it on a covered porch or entryway, a fully streaming fountain is fine, since it won't bother anyone as they try to sleep or relax. On the other hand, a soft bubbling flow in a bedroom or living room can help soothe away stress without interfering, though the same can't be said for a roaring waterfall.

When it comes to placement, you want your water feature to make an impact, but you don't want it to be in the way or annoy any family members or guests. As mentioned, a covered porch or entryway is ideal, since it's displayed without being overbearing.
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