How Your Home or Office Profit from an Interior Wall Water Feature

Home Office Profit Interior Wall Water Feature 2479072229404673.jpg Your indoor living space can benefit from an interior wall fountain because it embellishes your home and also gives it a modern feel. Your home or workspace can become noise-free, hassle-free and peaceful places for your family, friends, and clients when you have one of these fountains. Moreover, this type of interior wall water feature will most likely gain the admiration of your staff as well as your clientele. Your indoor water element will most certainly grab the interest of all those in its vicinity, and stymie even your most demanding critic as well.

A wall fountain is a great addition to any home because it offers a peaceful spot where you sit and watch a favorite show after working all day. Anyone close to an indoor fountain will benefit from it because its sounds emit negative ions, eliminate dust and allergens from the air, and also lend to a soothing environment.

The Outcome of the Norman Invasion on Anglo-Saxon Garden Design

Anglo-Saxons experienced great adjustments to their daily lives in the latter half of the eleventh century due to the accession of the Normans. The Normans were much better than the Anglo-Saxons at architecture and horticulture when they came into power. However, there was no time for home life, domestic design, and decoration until the Normans had conquered the whole realm. Monasteries and castles served separate functions, so while monasteries were massive stone structures constructed in only the most fruitful, wide dales, castles were set upon blustery knolls where the people focused on learning offensive and defensive techniques. Peaceful pursuits such as gardening were out of place in these desolate citadels. The purest specimen of the early Anglo-Norman style of architecture existent today is Berkeley Castle. The keep is reported to have been developed during the time of William the Conqueror. An enormous terrace encompasses the building, serving as an obstruction to assailants trying to dig under the castle walls. A picturesque bowling green, enveloped in grass and bordered by battlements clipped out of an ancient yew hedge, makes one of the terraces.