For some of us, the bathroom is a true sanctuary. In the bathroom we allow ourselves time, we practice beauty or relaxation rituals, and that is why it deserves to be decorated as it should be.
Putting plants is one of the best ways to decorate the bathroom. However, not all bathrooms have enough light, and excessive humidity can make it difficult to install certain species.
Still, there are plants that don’t need a lot of light, and they can even help us absorb moisture. Not to mention that plants help purify the air by removing chemicals like formaldehyde and benzene.
Below we list 9 plants that can be placed in the bathroom and help absorb moisture.
Bamboo: It needs little light and can be placed in front of a mirror to get more natural light. It needs plenty of water and should not be exposed to direct light.
Pothos: It likes damp places and needs little light. It does not need soil and can be planted in a glass container.
Sansevieria: It helps purify the air and doesn’t need a lot of light. Water two to three times a week.
Hyacinth: In addition to decorating thanks to its beautiful flowers, it also has a very pleasant aroma. Water once a week and make sure it doesn’t get a lot of direct light.
Peperomia: There is a wide variety of them, in different colors and shapes. It is perfect for small bathrooms and requires little light.
Ivy: It fits well on furniture or window sills and requires little light and little water.
Red aglaonema: It purifies the air by eliminating toxic substances such as formaldehyde, present in many cosmetic products. The ideal is to place it near the shower.
Aloe vera: It adapts well to very bright bathrooms and should be placed near the window.