I'm no stranger to exotic animal keeping. At a much younger age, I had reptiles galore. My room stank to any visitor, or various mosses, and dirts, and whatever else, but to me it smelled like heaven.
Having 2 red-tail Boas, a ball python, an albino california king snake, a gecko, a pacman frog, a tarantula, as well plenty of other Colubroidea, I lived day to day with snakes on my mind, and became intrigued by anything involving reptiles.
Eventually, I outgrew the hobby, became fascinated instead, by comic books and grunge music, and went on my own path a little different from the rest of the family.
Since I've curbed back into animal keeping with the fish, and created large planted aquariums, I've considered a mess of different tanks, and my wife is starting to get concerned with my new addiction.
I've noticed a number of fish keepers on this forum have multiple aquariums housed in single rooms, similar to how I grew up with my snakes.
What, say you chaps and chapesses, is your means of dealing with this addiction? Do you devote an entire room to fish keeping?
I originally saw having a decoration of fish in each room, similar to how my mother kept flowers in each room to tie them together, but my wife is a bit opposed to the idea of doing that with aquaria. My ADD would love having little worlds to look into no matter what room I am in.