Our Recommended Aquarium Decors:
Plastic Plants and Cave Rock Decorations
Although I am not fond of plastic decorations. But if you want something on a budget then, you can try this out. It will cost you around 12 bucks only. Whereas real plants and caves made of real stones will cost you 5 – 10 times more and will be harder to maintain.
Pirate Ship With Bubbles & Skeletons
When I was a child, one of my neighbors had this piece of decoration and I really loved it. Maybe if you are setting a fish tank for your child, this can be a good addition to the aquarium.
Natural Slate Stone For Hardscape
If you are into aqua scaping, then you must check out this hardscape. It’s made of real slate stone and its size is around 5 to 7 inches. If you have a 20-25 gallon tank and you want to make it look cooler, I think this product is worth giving a shot. It looks really cool to me.
Natural Large Driftwood
Driftwoods are awesome for aqua scaping. I don’t prefer aqua scaping without the use of driftwood. I love the concept of using moss on a driftwood to give it the looks of a jungle tree. Need I say more?
Spongebob’s Pineapple House
This is another gorgeous looking piece of aquarium ornament. It looks great in a betta tank. I have seen many aquarium hobbyists using this ornament on artificial betta tanks. Trust me, this piece of aquarium ornament looks amazing in a small fish tank.
Stackable Aquarium Rock Caves
This aquarium rock caves can be a great addition to your fish tank. Many fish like to have hiding spots. It’s great for reducing stress of fish and providing a cool place to hide. Also, fish and shrimp fries can benefit from aquarium caves like this one. Dimensions: 2.6 x 4.3 x 4 inches