Jellyfish are elegant and have relaxing movements which makes them look like a living piece of art. Their popularity has increased over the last couple of years with more clients wanting to own a jellyfish tank. Jellyfish can be kept in an aquarium as long as it has the right setup and the owner knows how to properly look after these mesmerizing creatures. It’s good to know from the start that jellyfish have very specific requirements including aquarium shape, food and water properties.

In addition, jellyfish require excellent water quality in order to be healthy. Temperatures vary between 12°C to 21°C. While jellyfish can recover from a lower temperature as long as it is noticed within 48 hours, a higher temperature than the recommended one might kill the jellyfish. With regards to salinity for most kinds of jellyfish is about 33ppt. We highly recommend that temperature and salinity is daily checked to make sure that the environment is suitable.

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Jellyfish are among the strangest and most fascinating organisms in our ocean and, with specially crafted jellyfish aquariums, it is now possible to keep these curious creatures in your home or workplace. Previously, if you wanted to real live jellyfish as pets you had to either pay substantial sums of money for a custom made aquarium, or risk buying one of the various entry level jellyfish aquariums on the market which are commonly lacking in essential features or true developmental research. Cubic® jellyfish aquariums have been several years in development and their design has drawn on the expertise from public aquariums.

The tank needs to be kept clean at all time to preserve the jellyfish healthy. Jellyfish require particular food depending which can usually be found in specialty stores or supplied by aquarium maintenance companies. It is important to know not to feed the jellyfish food items that are bigger that the jellyfish themselves as it might kill them. Also, it is not recommended to overfeed the jellyfish. They need to be daily well fed to have the energy to grow and regenerate damaged parts, but overfeeding can harm them. The most common type of jellyfish as well as the most adaptable to captivity is moon jellyfish. They are translucent and take color from the light being used making them look purple, pink, peach. You can buy jellyfish from here:

With regards to a jellyfish tank the most important thing is keeping jellyfish away from the outflow and preventing them from getting sucked into a filter. Jellyfish also need precise water flows that will keep them up and off the bottom of the tank. Furthermore, the aquarium needs to be kept minimalist and aquascaping must be avoided as it may injure the jellyfish.

The Ultimate Desktop Jellyfish Tank

Jelly Tank is a desktop jellyfish aquarium designed for the home, office or commercial space. Owning pet jellyfish are now easier than ever with our state of the art tank. The Jelly Tank is the most affordable aquarium that makes keeping jellyfish simple for anyone.

According to the suppliers: “Our team of jellyfish experts have done extensive research on creating the best jellyfish tank that is user-friendly and easy to maintain. We’ve put together a product that allows pet jellyfish to thrive in an environment without the worries of getting hurt. The tank utilizes a laminar water flow pattern which mimics the natural open water habitat of jellyfish. ” view more:

JellyTank is the ultimate jellyfish aquarium, one that solves all the problems that other tanks struggle with. A tank where pet jellyfish could thrive while keeping it affordable and low maintenance for owners.

The JellyTank is a compact 5-gallon aquarium with a modern design and color-changing, remote-controlled LED lights. This ‘flow bar design’ with laminar pump-driven water creates an environment similar to what jellyfish would experience in the wild, and there’s a built-in mechanical and biological filtration system. The tank is made of high-grade aquarium acrylic, and its housing is available in black or white.

Jellyfish tank at the W hotel Lauderdale

The ambiance combines mediums of dark woods, bold floral silk wall panels, organic materials and clean lines to create a breezy, tropical feel on a palette of vibrant blues and greens. And the centerpiece of the restaurant—a 15-foot long reef aquarium home to mesmerizing jellyfish—is a rare and spectacular sight.

Jellyfish furniture- Chair

According to the designer: “Using a 7-axis robot in combination with traditional hand tools, I made a set of chairs where each stool has a unique leg structure. By having many thin, spindly legs, the chair provides both a twisting and a rocking motion.”

Amazing Jellyfish Pendant Light Ideas

1. Handmade Pendant Lamp, Neutral Jellyfish – $450.00

This handmade knitted pendant lamp was inspired by the wonderful organic shape of a jellyfish. It’s a statement piece that will add a ton of character to your decor. The lamps are handmade in Montreal by Annie Legault, a talented textile designer. This pendant lamp will make your bohemian decor even cooler. I just love the way it hangs! It will make any room look super cozy and warm. [view more]

2. Skyphos Chandelier by Katerina Smolíková

Chandelier is inspired by deep water bioluminiscence living organisms, designed to darker areas, primarily as an orientation light. Smolíková received a Czech National Award For Student Design for her project.

3. Jellyfish Chandelier in NAU Restaurant by Sandra Moura architect studio

Inspired by its coastal location and the warm Brazilian ocean this new Nau Restaurant branch is a contemporary and artistic architectural project, carried on by the renowned Sandra Moura architect studio. At the interior decor, the sea theme can be found everywhere – in the lighting project developed by Peter Gasper, which includes very impressive and artistic jellyfish lamps and hidden blue-green-white wave like illumination. The turned upside – down hanging boats, or even the furnishing – massive boat shaped tables, comfortably grounded chairs and oars for decoration – everything whispers – sea life, including the rich selection of seafood from the menu. Coastal references to the culture, gastronomy and lifestyle of the Brazilian capital are embodied by this contemporary architectural project. Photographs: Joana França

4. Jellyfish Chandelier by Abhika

5. Majestic Jellyfish Chandelier, Large- $1230.00

Amazing jellyfish likeness is captured in this stunning pendant light. Echoes of the deep sea and the ethereal creatures that call it home are on display in this large-sized hanging chandelier. The “body” is made of nickel with brass pin nail embellishments. The “tentacles” are a hanging clear glass bead combination to bring modern whimsy and a magical glow to a coastal retreat.



6. Origami Lampshade-  Jellyfish pendant light

The Jellyfish pendant light is an item for those seeking a minimalistic piece for their home interior. Inspired by the desire to merge present-day design with the Dutch seaside mood, the Jellyfish Light features a geometric perforated shape creating starry light patterns on the walls. This one-of-a-kind pendant light shade is suitable for above the dining table, for in the bathroom, or as a cool addition to your office. It is ideal as a children’s gift for updating a child’s bedroom with a lot of fun. Brighten up your home with a Jellyfish Lampshade: a stunning sculpture by day and an intriguing light at night. The material used to create these sculptural light shade is white translucent plastic sheets, chosen for its durability and recyclability. Buy from Etsy

7. Gallery of Dubai Metro: Khalid Bin Waleed Station Nadia Masood Pertaining To Jellyfish Chandelier

Gorgeous Jellyfish-Inspired Lamps

Though you wouldn’t immediately think of jellyfish when you think of lamps, it makes much more sense when you remember that some species of jellyfish can produce light in their bodies, known as bioluminescence. The Medusae Collection by Californian designer Roxy Russell highlights this fact with its gorgeous creations.

“Jellyfish are perhaps the best example of environmental adaptation in the ocean. They are composed of 95 percent water. Unparalleled in diaphanous luminosity, they are also a natural inspiration for lighting elements.” Love that you can turn your home into an undersea fantasy.

French sculptor Géraldine Gonzalez has some really beautiful medusas too, some of which involve crystals and LEDs and others of paper.

When you look at them jellyfish are beautiful, they’re elegant, painfully simple and they are obviously doing something right seen as they’ve been around so long. Enjoy our Jellyfish lamp Design Ideas! [source -unknown]

Jelly Fish Pendant Lamps

Pendant lights are often used in multiples, hung in a straight line over kitchen counter-tops and dinette sets or sometimes in bathrooms. Pendants come in a huge variety of sizes and vary in materials from metal to glass or concrete and plastic. These pendant lights represent my creative approach and technique unique to Strini Art Glass.

Air Plant Jellyfish by ‘PetitBeast’

LA-based designer and art director Cathy Van Hoang had the novel idea of using sea urchin shells as upside down planters for air plants to create little aerial jellyfish. She sells them in her Etsy shop, PetitBeast.