After being on and off (mostly reading) on this forum, I wanted to share my custom built tank.
I kept many frogs and lizards years ago back in Belgium and now (after moving to the US), I picked up the hobby again. My favorites were always iguanas and dart frogs and I'm a bit of a nature addict!
The exterior frame is made of wormy maple. The interior is all plywood, waterproofed to hold water (it's been flawless).
The ventilation is great, never have any fogged up windows and the humidity stays perfect with the waterfall and additional spraying.
The background I made with styrofoam + grout / color additives etc. I wanted to replicate an old Mayan temple wall (hence the red pigment) with vines growing over it.
The branches and vines are made with the same method but different colors and peat moss was pressed in towards the end. I have a few cork pieces in there but 95% of materials in there are self made and therefore rot resistant.
I believe simplicity is key to maintenance (in my case), that is why I kept the vegetation simple and hardy (as well as easy to find and affordable), as well as keeping the lighting very simple. I am using one UV 5.0 light and the rest are regular LEDs (daylight and warmer light). The plants grow great and the frogs are very happy. Of course I supplement their diet.
The water pump / filter is exterior so that makes it very easy and simple to maintain. It's located in the cabinet underneath.
It's a community tank (I know the discussion haha) and I have 6 frogs in there, all are doing amazing!
Thanks for looking!