NEW YORK, Feb. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Water features are fast becoming one of the most popular home consumer trends on the market.
The company's current line of water features includes nine different products ranging in price from $375 to $1880. A variety of styles comprise the line, each one offering a different take on the elegance and expertise that has come to define the Bardenshire name.
For the traditional souls, there is the Aslan fountain, a lion-crested fountain measuring 11.4 inches in height and 8.2 inches in width. Name after the noble lion of author C.S. Lewis' beloved The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, the Aslan exudes a powerful presence intertwined with neo-classical undertones.
The Aslan is crafted from stone powder and polyresin for extended durability. It currently sells for $415.
Those looking to accent their home with a modern fountain will love the Millennium, perhaps Bardenshire's most minimalistic piece. Whereas the Aslan features a pale hue, the Millennium is adorned with a dark bronze and a unique shade of black. The piece is at once angular and rounded, displaying distinct expressions of both design elements.
Water bubbles up from the top of the piece, tumbles down slough and free-falls into a vase-shaped basin below. The Millennium is 9.6 inches tall and 5.3 inches wide. It sells for $415.
Bardenshire's most striking piece is, no doubt, the Nightlife, a fountain depicting a forest scene in which four raccoons gather around a small creek that's winding its way through fallen wood and stones. One of the raccoons is grasping a fish.
Impressive in size – it measures 33.2-inches long and nearly two-feet high – the Nightlife weighs more than 30 pounds and comes with a 78-inch power cord. The fountain also includes an LED lighting feature.
The fountain is at the top end of Bardenshire's line, costing $1,880.
This trio of fountains is indicative of the creativity and diversity of fountains that Bardenshire chose to feature in its newest line of water features. Also included among the company's offerings is the three-tier, Spanish-influenced San Jose and the whimsical Scout and Jen, a fountain featuring a young boy and girl.
The company's goal in creating a new line of fountains was to maintain its momentum as the "leading name in home water feature design," Bardenshire's website says. Each piece is intended to create an ambience that delights homeowners and guests, as well as providing a point of conversation.
The Bardenshire brand has long been associated with quality and creativity, a reputation that seems to continue with its new products. There is no word yet if the company plans to add any more fountains to the current line of water features, but if the satisfaction of its customers is any indication, there may very well be more on the way.
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