When most people think of bathrooms, they typically think of a sink, a shower, a toilet, and a bunch of toiletries Indeed, all of these items are very conducive to a bathroom, and you’d be hard press to find anyone who disagrees. But bathrooms are more than just places for us to stay on Facebook and Twitter longer than we should. Bathrooms are living spaces unto themselves, deserving of as much devotion as the master bedroom or kitchen.
Placing plants in your bathroom is not only a nice way of freshening up an otherwise smelly place, but most bathrooms are actually the perfect environment for tropical plants. Combining both low light and high humidity, bathrooms are great for many houseplants.
Here’s 3 plants that would be perfect for your Bath Fitter bathroom!
Boston ferns do best in a place with high humidity and indirect light, making the bathroom an ideal fit. Just know that boston fern leaves will turn yellow if the humidity is not high enough. If your Boston fern’s fronds are turning yellow, increase the humidity around the plant, like running the shower.
Largely considered one of the most adaptable and easiest plants to grow, the spider plant can thrive in a variety of environments, including your bathroom. If you have the space, it’s recommended that you sit them a nice table.
There’s nothing more pretty and elegant than an orchid. And with a variety of colors to choose from, there’s no doubt you’ll be able to find the right one for your bathroom. And like spider plants, orchids are among one of the most common house plants. So wow your guests by placing one of these beauties into your guest bathroom, but none of this silk nonsense from Home Goods.
What plants and flowers do you have in your bathroom? Let us know in the comments or post a picture on Facebook!