A recent visit to the Long Beach Aquarium
got me thinking about getting a fish or two--there's something very serene about watching fish float around in a little home created especially for them, lovingly designed by you (and maybe the guy who works in the Fish Dept at PetSmart). However, I do have some rather sensitive memories of my first fish-owning experience (not good, I was overzealous with the food flakes), and in a valiant attempt to ignore these memories, I went on the hunt for new and innovative fish bowls.
For the single or double aquarium inhabitants, there's the ode to TPS reports
with this Office Tank
, complete with an entire plastic office cubicle set up. Or, if you have a pair of Siamese fighting fish that don't enjoy sharing the same water, I'd recommend putting them to good use with these fishbowl bookends
. And if you are a devious fish owner with flair for vintage items, this cat-watching fish bowl
from the 30s would be ideal.
And finally, for those of you who have money to burn, wanting a school of fish, and about to remodel your kitchen, why not take buck the traditional tiled backsplash and install a fish tank backsplash instead? Although...it may remind you of cash-only Chinese seafood restaurants in Alhambra...