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Ideal plants (not only) for bathrooms

The bathroom is often considered a refuge, a place where we can escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse ourselves in a moment of peace and relaxation. Since this is one of the most used rooms in our homes, why not make it even more pleasant and aesthetic?

Plants suitable for the bathroom

 Adding plants to your bathroom can be a great way to achieve just that. Not only will plants bring greenery and beauty to a space, but they can also contribute to better air quality and an overall sense of well-being.

One of the main challenges when choosing plants for the bathroom is to find ones that tolerate its specific conditions well, such as higher humidity and often less natural light. For those lucky enough to have a bathroom with a window, the possibilities expand significantly.

Having a window in your bathroom is like winning the lottery for plant lovers; the door to a world where you can host some of the most beautiful green companions.

Among these prized plants are praying mantises, also known as Maranta or Calathea. These plants are famous for their beautiful leaf patterns and perhaps also for their demanding nature.

Calathea sanderiana

Calathea sanderiana

But first, we will show you which plants are ideal for bathrooms where there is very little light, and at the same time they are suitable for other rooms as they do not need increased humidity.

Plants suitable for dimly lit bathrooms

  1. Zamioculcas zamiifolia - This plant is highly hardy and requires minimal care, making it ideal for rooms with low light, including bathrooms. The ZZ plant is also known for its ability to withstand long periods without water, which is an advantage for those who tend to forget to water.
  2. Sansevieria ( Mother-in-law's Tongue ) - Sansevieria is another plant that is nearly immortal and can thrive in a wide range of light conditions, from low light to direct sun. Its upright, sword-like leaves can add a modern touch to any bathroom.
  3. Aspidistra elatior - Suitable for darker corners, as it tolerates low light conditions better than most plants. Its large, dark green leaves add a rich green accent.
  4. Aglaonema - Another plant that tolerates low light well. It is known for its variegated leaves, which can be different shades of green, white or even pink, adding a lively element to your bathroom even in low light.
  5. Spathiphyllum (Lopatkovec) - Spathiphyllum is known for its beautiful white flowers that resemble sails and dark green leaves. It is not only an aesthetically appealing plant, but also an excellent air purifier. It thrives in moist environments and prefers medium to low light conditions.



Beauties that can torment in other rooms, but in the bathroom, they will be fine there!

Moisture-loving room mats for the bathroom

These green princesses feel at home in environments that mimic their native tropical and subtropical habitats. The high humidity of the bathroom is ideal for these plants, making them great candidates for revitalizing this often neglected space in our homes. Here are some of the best hygrophilous plants that can thrive in the bathroom Asparagus plumosus

Asparagus Plumosus

  1. Ferns - Nephrolepis, Asaparagus, Asplenium, Phlebodium in nature live in the lower orders under trees, so they don't mind a lower light supply.
  2. Alocasia - With large, showy leaves that resemble elephant ears, this plant is decorative and very suitable for humid environments. It requires more light than the previous plants, but it can still adapt to bathroom conditions with good natural light.
  3. Orchids - Orchids are another great choice for the bathroom, especially species like Phalaenopsis that prefer constant humidity and indirect light. These flowers bring a sophisticated touch and gorgeous colors to any space.
  4. Calathea - This group of plants is known for its beautifully patterned leaves, which can contain fascinating combinations of green, purple, pink and white. Calathea are nicknamed "praying plants" because of the way they raise their leaves in the evening as if praying. They prefer a moist environment and evenly moist soil, but do not tolerate standing water. They grow best in low to medium light, making them ideal for bathrooms.
  5. Maranta - Similar to Calathea, Maranta is known for its strikingly patterned leaves that can fold into interesting patterns and colors. Arrowroots are also known for the movement of their leaves in response to daylight, which earned them the nickname "prayer". They love high humidity, which makes them a great choice for a bathroom environment.
  6. Stromanthe - The Stromanthe plant is related to Calathea and Maranta and also boasts beautiful, colorfully patterned leaves. Its high humidity requirements and preference for indirect light make it another great candidate for bathroom conditions


Marantha Fascinator

You don't have to be afraid of getting plants for the bathroom, you can see for yourself that there is a wide range of plants that would love to live in yours.

It is clear that the bathroom can be not only a place for our daily rituals, but also a refuge for wonderful green companions. From shade-tolerant plants to those that thrive in moist environments.

By choosing the right plants, such as Mantis, Arrowroot, Stromanthe, and other moisture-loving or shade-loving species, you can transform your bathroom into a place full of life and relaxation. Not only will these plants add aesthetic value to your space, but they can also contribute to cleaner, fresher air, which improves overall well-being.

Each plant presented in our article has its own unique needs and preferences, it is important to choose the ones that best suit the specific conditions of your bathroom and your lifestyle.

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