"Do you really beleave in this?"

I say "NO, I know it. I see it every day"

"the most beautiful furniture possible"

Aquariums in my opinion are the most beautiful furniture you can have in any property. Aquariums have come  a long way from plastic plants to beautiful aquarium plants with bright green to bright pinks. Don't forget about the fish with all the colours of the rainbow.

Not a addition, it is a part of the furniture. 


Aquarium therapy, Its a thing. There are many scientifically proven reasons why this works. connecting with being around nature to simply taking your mind of reality and immersing your self in the under water world. 

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In today's busy time, stress is a common thing from working environments to day to day life.


"In the past year, 74% of people have felt so stressed they have been overwhelmed or unable to cope."

Mental health foundation

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Physical benefits 


"As well as improving people's mood, the experiment showed "significant" reductions in participants' blood pressure"


Reduced heart rate is one the bonuses of observing fish move hypnotically around their watery domain.


Aquariums are associated with increased productivity, according to the World Health Design.


Patients who viewed an aquarium prior to treatment were found to experience the same benefits as patients who underwent hypnosis and require less pain medication.

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Feng shui

"If you’re into feng shui, you probably know that placing a fish tank somewhere in your home gives you wealth or money luck."



Biophilia (meaning love of nature) focuses on human’s innate attraction to nature and natural processes. It suggests that we all have a genetic connection to the natural world built up through hundreds of thousands of years of living in agrarian settings.


Scientific studies and research by

  • University of Exeter

  • University of Plymouth

  • National marine aquarium

  • University of Michigan
  • California Academy of Sciences

  • Texas A & M University

  • University of Delaware

  • University of Verona

  • University of the West of Scotland

  • Norwegian Institute of Public Health

  • Norwegian university of life science

  • Harvard University Press


Psycho-physiological Stress Recovery Theory

The theory describes how the brain when exposed or even the percents of nature triggers the brain and releases dopamine. Most people may know that and some might not even realise it but it makes sense, going on walks for example calms people down.  What is really interesting in that in time of stress and/or anxiety the response from the brain amplifies and works better and faster.   

attention restoration theory

This theory explores how long periods of focus and concentration will lead to mental fatigue,stress and anxiety. Its main hypothesis is  that people can concentrate better after spending time in nature, or even looking at scenes of nature.