I'm new to this betta thing. Originally, I had both of my bettas in individual apothocary jars with one small fake plant. They seemed content, but upon further reading, I decided that they needed a tank.
So, now they are in a Tetra 6 gallon tank (divided). Its s sleeker styled tank, with a silver lid.
My only problem now, is that I want my tank to look a bit more sophisticated and elegant. I recently got married and have this cute living room, but my little tank seems to be taking over the room.
The tank itself is sitting on a vintage sewing table...which is perfect in style and strong enough to hold the tank.
Inside the tank, I have some rocks that I made into some caves for the bettas, natural looking gravel, some real plants, and a few sea shells that I got while on my honeymoon. The thing is, it looks kinda messy.
How can I make my tank look a bit more, um, grown up? I'm sure there's a simple way to do it, but I'm just not familiar with this enough to know. I'm also trying to find something that is low maintenance, as I don't want to have to be dumping fertilizer in my tank every other day or something!