Know What to Buy
Now, it's important to note the distinction between filling your bathroom with plants
your bathroom with plants. It's all about quantity here (and quality, too—that's always important) and the power in numbers can make or break the look.
Sure, it would be great if we could fill our bathrooms with lavish palms and monstera plants, but not all greens are fittable for the space. According to The Sill
, "There are a number of houseplants that thrive in the warm, humid conditions a bathroom provides. [Since] a bathroom can mimic some plants’ native tropical habitat..." High on the list, the Pothos plant and Bird's Nest Fern, which both require moderate to low indirect light.Install a Plant Wall
Take a page out of Hilton Carter
's book—seriously, he has over 140 plants in his home—and install a set of floating shelves in the bathroom to house a slew of greens (neon sign obviously excluded). The clustered effect of the closely-packed plants will instantly enliven the space, doubling as a faux living wall.