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Why would you not match them?I turn to the chain for advice. I'm re-guttering the house. Old owners roofers damaged the gutters, badly, none of them match, and they are cheap crap anyway.
I'm going to put on copper. I'm doing a fairly Japanese-plant heavy garden anyway, so I probably want to put a couple of rain chains in the backyard - opposite corners of the house. House is just shy of 3000 sq ft, single story, so fairly spread out.
So my question is - should those two chains match, they will be fairly distant from each other, but still visible from each other. Is it better to have them be different? Or match? I can't decide.
I could see how having different link designs in the same material could be interesting and attractive, but unless you can articulate why you want different chains in each location, yes, they should match.I have no idea. I don't know why I'm confused by this. So I should match them then?
They would all be solid copper. I guess I worry about them looking "matchy" if they are the same. This is not a strongly held position.I could see how having different link designs in the same material could be interesting and attractive, but unless you can articulate why you want different chains in each location, yes, they should match.
Is he talking about these funky ones that look like a bunch of funnels that drain into the next?This is the first I've ever heard of rain chains, but I have to admit the first google results don't look better than traditional downspouts.