Choosing the right water features for your modern garden designs involves a lot more than simply the aesthetic flavor. Wall fountains are becoming increasingly popular as a staple feature of entryways, patios, decks and lobbies not to mention extraordinarily popular in gardens and yards. Take your time to choose the right one that fits what you are looking for. A good way to do this is to simply look at wall fountain pictures from a printed catalog or high quality online retailer, close your eyes, and visualize how the fountain would look in your garden.

Choosing Wall Fountains

Before you start off on your quest for the right wall fountains for your modern garden, you need to consider where in your garden your water wall fountain is going to be placed. Do you plan to put it along a stone or brick wall in the back of your garden, or closer to the front where it will have more visibility? Where you decide to place your water feature will help you determine what type of wall fountain to purchase. Some people buy their fountain of preference first, but often bring it home to find out that it does not coordinate with their modern garden design, or that it does not fit where they thought it might. This is why you should examine the space that you have long before you consider what type of water wall fountains to purchase.

Themed Wall Fountains

What is the current theme of your modern garden? Modern garden designs can take on a number of different themes. Modern wall fountains with Zen themes, for example, may not blend in well with classic marble and statuary filled gardens that have more of an ancient Roman theme. It is important that you choose water wall fountains that coordinate well with the décor and theme that you have already established in your modern garden. Otherwise, your wall fountains may simply not fit in, which can disrupt the look or feel of your sacred space.

The next thing that you need to decide on is what type of wall, and where you will put your brand new wall fountain. Are you considering a large sized wall fountain that is more vertical than horizontal? Or are you looking into horizontal wall fountains that take up a lot of horizontal space instead? The type of fountain that you plan on purchasing will play a determinant role in where you can place it, but you should also look at your options long before you choose a specific fountain to purchase.

Different fountains can really enhance certain walls, because they draw the eyes in different directions. Vertical water wall fountains, for example, tend to draw the eyes upward and then beyond. Lower walls on the other hand are best suited for smaller, horizontal water features, because tall, narrow features would look cramped on walls that do not accommodate them fully. You must consider both your wall options and your fountain options before you do any serious planning, otherwise you may end up with a situation that you simply do not like.

So here is what you need to know when purchasing water wall fountains for your modern garden design: Decide where you want to place your wall fountains before you purchase them. The reason being is – when you go shopping, you have the measurements, location and other pertinent information in mind. Also, consider what kind of fountain you have in mind before you go shopping, so you can eyeball your garden or other preferred installation location, before hand. If you don’t think it will work, don’t risk it; otherwise you may end up with an expensive garden fountain with no place to put it.

Elizabeth Jean is the author of this article written for Garden-Fountains.com, a premier Internet resource for wall fountains and garden fountains.

Panoramic view of centre culturel Tjibaou
Centre culturel Tjibaou, Noumea, New Caledonia

The Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre, on the narrow Tinu Peninsula, approximately 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) northeast of the historic centre of Nouméa, the capital of New Caledonia, celebrates the vernacular Kanak culture, the indigenous culture of New Caledonia, amidst much political controversy over the independent status sought by the Kanaks from French colonial rule. It opened in June 1998 and was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano and named after Jean-Marie Tjibaou, the leader of the independence movement who was assassinated in 1989 and who had a vision of establishing a cultural centre which blended the linguistic and artistic heritage of the Kanak people.

The Kanak building traditions and the resources of modern international architecture were blended by Piano. The formal curved axial layout, 250 metres (820 ft) long on the top of the ridge, contains ten large conical cases or pavilions (all of different dimensions) patterned on the traditional Kanak Grand Hut design. The building is surrounded by landscaping which is also inspired by traditional Kanak design elements. Marie Claude Tjibaou, widow of Jean Marie Tjibaou and current leader of the Agency for the Development of Kanak Culture (ADCK), observed: "We, the Kanaks, see it as a culmination of a long struggle for the recognition of our identity; on the French Government’s part it is a powerful gesture of restitution."

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By Eustaquio Santimano on 2012-10-21 09:36:51
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50 Modern Garden Design Ideas 2016 – Small and big garden decoration Part.2

50 Modern Garden Design Ideas 2016 – Small and big garden decoration Part.2

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