Tetra Tank

May 9, 2012

A while back I made a post about an aquarium we were building. It took a while to finish it completely. Building an entirely enclosed aquarium is quite a bit more challenging than it’s terrestrial counterpart. But during a recent photoshoot, I got some shots of the final product. We consider it a successful prototype for future explorations of sweet furniture/aquarium combinations to come!

The aquarium houses a submersible filter, submersible heater, and LED lighting. All the components are enclosed and can be controlled by two switches on the side. A single cloth covered wire is the only visual mess running away from the tank. A small compartment on the side provides a place to put your fish food. A walnut screen sits in the tank, hiding the filter and heater from view, while providing adequate circulation.

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