5 Best Bathroom Plants That Will Help You Feel Relaxed

Houseplants have become increasingly popular over the past few years, so much so that it’s safe to say they’re a decorating staple. And the trend has officially extended to every room of the house—including the bathroom. While it may seem like a weird place to put plants, having greenery in there will make it feel like you’re on a tropical vacation and who doesn’t want that? It’s also a great environment for them including popular ones like snake plants and fiddle leaf figs. You see, the higher humidity levels help many plants live their best lives.

We’ve taken into account different light levels. Whether you get plenty of sun or have a windowless space, our list is ready to help you pick what’s best for your little oasis:

  1. Devil’s Ivy Golden Pothos

If you can’t resist a good trailing plant, the golden pothos will make itself and all its vines at home in your bathroom. Note: The tips of its leaves will turn brown if the air is too dry, but it can handle low to bright sunlight, so long as the light is indirect.

Devil's Ivy Golden Pothos
  1. Majesty Palm

Majesty palms love humidity, so your bathroom is the perfect spot for it—so long as you have room for a bigger plant. They love the occasional misting, and while they can handle lower light, they do best in sunny locations.

Majesty Palm
  1. Preserved Moss Wall

Perhaps in your experience, the best bathroom plants are the ones that require zero effort. So if you’re looking for a decorative plant to liven up your bathroom wall that requires no maintenance, opt for a “living wall.” The vibrant green moss has been preserved in its prime so you won’t have to do anything to keep it in tip-top shape. Simply hang it up.

Preserved Moss Wall
  1. Hedgehog Aloe

The aloe plant is a low-key succulent that’s perfect for a first houseplant owner or anyone with a busy lifestyle. All it really needs is access to bright light (indirect is fine, though direct sunlight will be better and might even make your plant yield coral-hued flowers), so just place it in a sunny spot. It’s great for soothing sunburns and skin irritations, too.

Hedgehog Aloe
  1. Tradescantia Zebrina

The purple trailing plant isn’t just a stunner, it’s a plant guaranteed to live well in your bathroom. Higher humidity levels will keep it happy and thriving, and you’ll know if it’s too dry if the leaves start to turn brown.

Tradescantia Zebrina

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