• How to Aquascape with Manzanita Branches

    How to Aquascape with Manzanita Branches

    Create a stunning aquascape with these 10 tips for aquascaping with our molded Manzanita branches. Manzanita branches are one of the most sought after hardscape elements for freshwater aquascapes. Its’ long, twisting forked branches visually give a sense of flowing movement, strong current, and the slow erosion of time.
  • Tune Into Nature with Serene Sounds

    Tune Into Nature with Serene Sounds

    Serene LED lights feature nature-inspired soundscapes with binaural audio tones, creating an “audible illusion” similar to white noise. Listening to Serene’s soundscapes can help stimulate certain mental states – like helping you concentrate while working or helping you relax and relieve stress.
  • Top Pro Tips for Installing Background LED Lights

    Top Pro Tips for Installing Background LED Lights

    Whether you’re installing a background light on a new aquarium or accenting an existing setup, here are a few installation and adjustment tips from our techs to get the most out of your background lighting!
  • Tips for how to Aquascape with Seiryu Stone

    Tips for how to Aquascape with Seiryu Stone

    Seiryu stone is often used in Iwagumi aquascapes and is perfect for creating ledges, rock walls, and underwater caves.  Its deep gray color and rough jagged texture make them perfect freshwater planted aquascapes or focal point hardscapes. Follow these tips to create an inspirational freshwater aquascape with our molded Seiryu stones.
  • Top 7 Background Lit Aquariums

    Top 7 Background Lit Aquariums

    Get inspired with our Top 7 Aquariums with LED background lighting. We often get asked questions about of aquascapes, aquariums and Serene LED lighting, so we've included some tips with each pick, along with why its in the Top 7!
  • Tips for Aquascaping with Dragonstone

    Tips for Aquascaping with Dragonstone

    Aquascaping a larger-sized aquarium seems like a dream to most hobbyists, however can oftentimes be both technically challenging and physically difficult. You’ve got a lot more space to play with – but also means you’ll likely need a lot more heavy hardscape material (rock) and larger-sized branches (wood.) Larger, heavy rocks and glass often times don’t mix well, and finding the perfect centerpiece stone...
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