#11 Peace Lily
The peace lily is a striking flower, with glossy leaves and white blooms. It thrives in low light conditions, although it should be exposed to some indirect sunlight. It’s another of NASA’s best plants for air purity, as it helps to filter out harmful benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde toxins.
This tropical indoor plant requires little in the way of care. Philodendrons prefer the medium light intensity they would have on the jungle floor. Although this hardy plant can tolerate average humidity, high levels promote lush, shiny foliage. Ideal growing temperatures are between 75 and 85 degrees F.
The golden pothos is another low maintenance plant for your bathroom. Ideal greenhouse conditions for this plant are very bright indirect light, high humidity, and warm temperatures.
#14 Snake Plant
Snake Plant is one of the hardiest houseplants, the snake plant can survive low light levels and is flexible in terms of heat and water. The snake plant also filters some nasty household toxins from the bathroom air including formaldehyde which can be found in cleaning products, tile grout, adhesives, and even some cosmetics!
#15 Spider Plant
The spider plant helps remove odors, fumes, and around 90% of formaldehyde from the air. This plant can grow in a wide range of conditions and requires little in the way of care. Because of this, they work well in bathrooms where they get either full sun or shade.
#16 ZZ Plant
ZZ boasts beautiful oval-shaped, glossy leaves that will bring a fresh and vibrant feeling to any bathroom. Although deep shade or direct sunlight doesn’t work for this plant, it can grow in most other light conditions such as north, east, or west-facing window; and in a wide humidity range.