Things You'll Need
- Decorative bowl
- Submersible pump
- Flexible water line
- Stones or pebbles
With only a few readily available materials and under an hour of your time you can build an indoor fountain waterfall that can bring you enjoyment for years to come. When building your very own indoor fountain waterfall you will have the chance to create one that will match the decor of your indoor living space. You may use a simple ceramic or decorative bowl of your choice for the catch basin as well as pebbles, stones or even gemstones for decoration. No matter what items you decide on, building an indoor fountain waterfall is an easy task that almost anyone can do.
Place the submersible pump into a decorative bowl of your choice. The bowl can be any size you'd like. A submersible pump for an indoor fountain waterfall can be found at online retailers or your local craft store. Connect the flexible water line tube to the pump.
Insert a weir into the waterfall basin. A weir is a wall or structure that is placed into the basin, and from which the water falls.
Place your choice of stones, rocks or pebbles into the catch basin container, covering the submersible pump and also creating a natural look. Connect the other end of the water line to the weir and plug in the submersible pump.
Enjoy your new indoor fountain waterfall!
Teresa Starr has been a professional writer since 1998, with novels to her name and credits as a screenwriter. Her novels include "The Questions Within" and "A Forgotten Tomorrow" which are both distributed internationally by Ransom Publishing, U.K. Starr studied English and creative writing at Frederick Community College.