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Re: Kitchen Island

100% agreement. It's awful.

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Re: Kitchen Island


@software wrote:

@faeriemoon wrote:

Do you think it's real?  Or some sort of gel reproduction.  There appear to be rocks "floating".

 

Either way, I don't like it; but it's slightly less gross if it's fake.


 

 

When I found the picture, it was credited to the man who owns the home.

Hey, it's the internet, who knows?

 


 

@faeriemoon and @software - I think a few of the rocks are attached to the top and sides of the glass and thus appear to be floating based on perspective (I've seen this technique in a smaller tank).

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Re: Kitchen Island

Reach right in and grab dinner.🍱🍱🍣🍤😂

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Re: Kitchen Island

@sharke   at least we're not seeing you swimming around here!

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Re: Kitchen Island

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Re: Kitchen Island

Interesting to say the least.

 

My island is a 150 year old table.

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Re: Kitchen Island


@lovemygrands wrote:

Since I was little, fish of any kind and fish tanks give me the creeps so this wouldn't be in my home.


@lovemygrands 

 

Me too.

 

We had a small Guppy tank when I was 3 or 4.  

The grown ups were always eating the babies,

no matter how much shelter my Dad put in there.

 

To this day fish, and fish tanks give me the willies.

"Animals are not my whole world, but they have made my world whole" ~ Roger Caras
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Re: Kitchen Island

    Oh heck no!! Never!! So wrong on so many levels!! Yikes!! 👎👎

 

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Re: Kitchen Island

The concept is interesting but the execution of it not so much.  Aquariums are very relaxing and this one is a beauty.  I like the legs of the table.  Everything else is cold without any sense of the relaxation an aquarium exudes.  This is: Just because you can but why?

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Re: Kitchen Island

Gosh, how do you suppose they clean it?  Feeding the fish will be an easy thing with a small access door, but cleaning it will be horrid.  You could practically climb into it unless somehow there is a way to have a huge fish tank and not clean it?