Sometimes the best way to work with water is to imply its presence, even when it’s not actually there. Rain chains are a great example. In the image above, the visual tension between the gutter and the bowl below is cemented by the ornate rain chain. Click on pin for Pinterest tips for the housing industry.
Garden Rain Bells £49.99 An enchanting and gentle-sounding musical sculpture, recalling ornamental 'suikinkutsu' ('water koto caves') in traditional-design Japanese gardens, which create bell-like sounds from splashing water. 7 polished-brass bells chime together on flexible stems when brushed by passers-by or when filled with raindrops.