I am buying a house and going to turn a spare small basement rooom into a fishroom. I want it to look neat, because it is a mostly finished basement, but it still has brick walls and concrete. I want at least 12 Twenty Gallon Tall tanks, to colony breed guppies. Yaay finally my dream comes true. Have plenty of money to use too. I want each tank to stand out, look sharp and unique, but also all will have to be fairly uniform, having good hiding no clutter of electronics or wires, and LED lights are must. They are all gonna be moderately planted, with a mixture of diffrent layouts and substrates rocks and driftwood and diffrent plants, and all the backs will be painted flat black. I want to know what is the best kind of LED lights to use, from an electricity standpoint and also a plant growth standpoint. Money is not really an issue, i want looking this nice! I also kind of want the tanks enclosed with an actual hood, my basement can get a little damp. There are 2 windows that can be opened up and allowed to air out, and i plan on using a de-humidifer in the summer months, and a open tank type led growlight might allow too much evaporation and lead to mold problems. There is a heat/ac vent in the room and in the winter ill run the dry heat and use a space heater or just that dehumidifer (it puts off decent heat) The room is about 144 Sq ft and i plan on using a low tech setup with Flourish and excel. Need to know how much light i need to provide, id like to grow lots of plants but my water is pretty hard and alkaline 8.2ish and 200GH and usually Crypts do well,amazon swords do decent,i probably will have alot of those. Any type of fern or other soft water plant, usually dosent do well HELP!