Most expensive decor ever got???

Discussion in 'Polls' started by Jai, Apr 4, 2006.

  1. JaiValued MemberMember

  2. newbie101Well Known MemberMember

    I didn't have to buy any of my decor except gravel :D I got the bridge and treasure chest for my birthday, and a friend gave me the petrified wood in the middle of the tank
  3. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    Probably 5 or 6 bucks...I'm not exactly loaded with money, I just buy whatever's cheapest ::) ;)...well with the exception of fish and major equipment of course.
  4. Joe GValued MemberMember

    I got sunkin ship that cost me about $18.00 looK's OK
  5. kerryveValued MemberMember

    Ive also got a sunken ship, cos about R250 - $35... but its really nice and the fish love hiding in all the little crevices!
  6. Joe GValued MemberMember

    mine is about 11 in long and the fry like to hide in it or underneath.
  7. kerryveValued MemberMember

    Yeah, mines about the same size, My pleco loves hiding in it. Just shows you how prices the are different everywhere!
  8. dano569Valued MemberMember

    mine was probably a piece of holey rock that was about $25
  9. fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

    probably my drift wood for the 5 gallon it was like $7.99 every thing else was givin to me or I found
  10. MarcWell Known MemberMember

    $8 rock
  11. DEADFISHNew MemberMember

    a "coral reef" lookalike...between 15-20 $$$!!!!!!
    everything else was like 5$ or less...even the fish...
  12. hopesmomValued MemberMember

    a bag of polished stones from walmart for $4, but I may take them says good for aquariums, but it was sold in the silk plant/vase/styrofoam section of the store - not the pet part of the store - so...I don't know...
  13. chickadeeFishlore VIPMember

    A piece of driftwood that I paid $35 for.

  14. emilai333Valued MemberMember

    Polished stones from WalMart work for me - depending on the fish. I use larger stones for my bettas, but I've had at least one smaller fish get stuck underneath them.
    As far as decor goes, my plants cost $3 each, and I have three of them. I also have 99cent glass vases, two dollar glass cubes, and several 3" diameter PVC connectors. Cheap, easy... and the fish like them.
  15. lokky.funkyValued MemberMember

    I have spent for ornaments only on plastic plants and gravel

    Gravel around Rs. 100 (approximately equal to $2)
    5 Plastic Plants - around Rs. 50 (approximately equal to $1)
  16. PhloxfaceWell Known MemberMember

    A $20 bag of polished smooth baby blue gravel for my 10 gallon Betta tank (needed polished gravel to protect his delicate tail)  and about $15 for a Greek Temple Ruins ornament with airstone for my other 10 gallon Betta tank.

    My ten gallon glass tanks were only $11.99 each, cheaper than the gravel or ornaments  :-[

    I will probably spend a bundle once I start landscaping with live plants!
  17. TumbleweedWell Known MemberMember

    A rock/cave decore $25.