It doesn’t take much to level up your bathroom. By incorporating bright, lush plants, you’ll enjoy the spa-like experience that adding greenery can create. The best plants for the bathroom are plants that like higher humidity and can tolerate lower lighting conditions. Read more to learn how to transform your bathroom using plants.
Tip 1: Hang it up
If your bathroom is like most, it doesn’t have a ton of extra space to place plants. Utilize shelving and plant hangers if your floor and counter space are at a premium. Trailing plants like Silver Pothos and English Ivy love to hang or be positioned on a shelf so new growth can vine and cascade freely. For a no-fail grouping of humidity lovers, add the Mini Bathroom Set to your space. This trio includes the Heartleaf Philodendron, Tradescantia Zebrina, and the semi-trailing Calathea Freddie.
Tip 2: Compact plants save on space
If you don’t have space for a statement plant like a Monstera or Fiddle Leaf Fig in your bathroom, a smaller, more compact plant can have just as big an impact. The Hedgehog Aloe, Ponytail Palm, and Neon Prayer Plant are all great options.
Tip 3: Choose humidity-loving plants and plants that will adapt to lower light
Your bathroom is the most humid room in your home. Choose plants that will thrive in the extra moisture, such as the Kimberly Queen Fern. While it’s the most humid, it’s often the least bright. If your bathroom is on the darker side, choose a low-light adaptable plant, such as the Parlor Palm.
Don’t stop with the bathroom! We’ve got the best plants for every space.
Whether you live in a dark basement apartment or a sunny studio, are looking to transform your living room into a green oasis, or want to add more green to your kitchen, we have the plants perfect for any home.