Alright, so I'm a couple of weeks away from getting my 110g home office tank up (see tank journal here
) and I want to pick my background before its immovable. That's where all of you come in!
To give you an idea of the theme/style of the room, here's a pic of the den half (my office is the other 1/2 of this room... lower level of a raised ranch):
It's really dark on the side of the room that the tank will inhabit, and the tank will be low to mid lighting.
The tank will be moderately planted (30% or so). The centerpiece/hard scape will be these pieces of driftwood from a lake in Maine:
The substrate will be pool filter media (tan) and fairly coarse.
The fish are still a big ?. I'm definitely going to do a school of tetras (20 or so). I also want to have some big, slow fish like gouramis or angels. In addition, I'd like some fast, active fish like some silver dollars or maybe some clown loaches.
So what color background should I do or what should I do for a background? I wish I had the time to do a foam rock background, but I don't, so don't make me feel worse than I already do by suggesting that, lol.