Decoration

What kind of decorations do like most in your tank?

  • driftwood

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  • Plastic plants, fake saltwater plants, etc.

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  • natural plants

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  • caves

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  • recked ship replicas, scubba diver figurines, etc.

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Jessie_Lynn

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Be truely honest...what decoration can your tank not be without?
 

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Janmitch22

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Well, I chose driftwood for my one vote, but I like driftwood, plants so the fish can dart in and out of them, caves and gravel/rocks. In other words, a natural (but beauuuuuutiful!) look. I have a little hollowed-out plastic tree trunk right now, but I'm researching and saving up so I can go crazy! Sometimes all four of my fish cram in there and peek out at me through the various holes. Too cute.
 

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i like the caves myself my centre piece is like a lighthouse island with a massive cave underneath im well pleased with it i also have a plastic log and loads of plastic plants

C W
 

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Natural plants, caves and driftwood all look good as long as it looks natural.
If that makes any sense
 

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Live plants and driftwood all the way. My fish love them and seem to be healthyer. I think they make the tank look better.

MARIE
 
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Jessie_Lynn

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I agree, I like the way driftwood and live plants look together.
 

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I would have live plants but they are just too much work!  They're beeeeautiful esp. when there's lots of them but I just don't have time! :-\  caves are cool and driftwood looks nice too.
 

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I don't remember what i voted for, but Driftwood is now my favorite. I may have voted for my Castle, that my boys wanted. Now, I wish I didn't have it. Driftwood, plants and stones look much better and are more natural.
 

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Thats ok Dahly we all have flourescent rocks or castles that now we wonder why we bought them
Carol
 
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Jessie_Lynn

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That is so true butterfly, I have two caves that are flourescent colors that I took out of my tank and now I look at them and wonder what was I thinking. ;D
 

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Mine finally got broke A friend of mine and Gunnies makes aquarium safe caves and other aquarium decorations. They are really nice and I know their ok for my fish.
Carol
 

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My tank is set up with a old-Rome type theme with a statue of the colliseum and some antique looking columns, and I also have a piece of driftwood and 7 fake plants. However I wish I just had more live plants and more branching types of driftwood, because I think it makes a tank look so much better!
 

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Well I only have fake plants right now but now that I'm getting ready to cycle my new 55 I plan on putting quite a few different decorations in there. To be included will be: live plants, drift wood and caves.

But my fav decoration would have to be driftwood, that stuff looks so ****' cool.
 

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i want driftwood but the only peices ive seen would not fit my aquarium... the ones at my lfs are about 15-18 inches tall and 20 inches long and 15 inches deep.... talk about large gnarled driftwood
 

EmpPleco

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Im sure that theres a way that you could cut it down to the size you want
 

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I wish we could have chosen 2, because it's a toss-up between live plants and driftwood.
 

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same for me
 
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