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Hello everyone

I have been looking for a nice fountain stone that might work in my Victorian garden, but I haven't been lucky finding one. So far, I've found some nice ones in Chez Moi and *ionic (although these are Gacha items), and I am sure there are many more out there. Any suggestions?

Altough I love Victorian homes, my style is far from classic, I am more into the bohemian, organic style. 

Thank you all

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19 minutes ago, Elena Core said:

Hello everyone

I have been looking for a nice fountain stone that might work in my Victorian garden, but I haven't been lucky finding one. So far, I've found some nice ones in Chez Moi and *ionic (although these are Gacha items), and I am sure there are many more out there. Any suggestions?

Altough I love Victorian homes, my style is far from classic, I am more into the bohemian, organic style. 

Thank you all

take a look here  ,i picked up a few free very nice victorian  fountains lately 

https://www.thestayathomeclubsl.com/home-garden

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Back when I had a fountain, I'd swap out between Hextraordinary's, Dahlia's Ravello fountain, and Theory's Courtyard fountain for a bit. Theory's is the lowest li, though it's a bit rough around the edges. I ended up using it for the longest. I also pulled the scripts/sound out of the Ravello and dropped it in because I just liked that sound better.

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For those looking for fountains for Belli -- a reminder to check the LODs at 2 and even 1 if you keep yours at 4. When I lived there Belli had a LOT of badly made fountains that completely ruined the landscape and feel of the place.  So being thoughtful of your neighbors is a very NICE thing to be :D.   

 

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