If you’re looking for something to liven up your bathroom, but don’t have a lot of space to work with, consider adding some plants. Plants, like any other living thing, need sunlight and water to survive and thrive. But they also help clean the air in your bathroom and can make it feel more spacious.

Here are some great plants for small bathrooms:

1 – Golden pothos: It’s hard not to find the lovely vines of this hanging plant in a home, because it’s so versatile and thrives in humid conditions. This is the indoor plant you can grow anywhere from low to direct sunlight.

3D rendering contemporary wood bathroom with plants

2 – Spider plant: This plant is one of the easiest to care for, thriving on low light and being able to grow in wet soil or even water! It can also be grown as a hanging plant or in a pot, so you can place it anywhere in your bathroom that gets plenty of sunlight. They’re one of the best plants for bathrooms because they have soft leaves that won’t scratch or damage the tub or shower surfaces.

Young woman with headphones in bathroom

3 – Aloe vera: This is a succulent plant that requires very little water or sunlight and can be used both as an indoor/outdoor plant or kept indoors as part of your decorating scheme

Aloe Vera green leaves on white background

4 – Bird’s Nest Fern: This fern is a great choice if you’re looking for something that can survive in low-light conditions, like those found in bathrooms. It also makes a great addition to any office or home office, as it adds a bit of greenery without taking up too much space. Plus, it has beautiful green leaves and small white flowers that bloom during springtime—just make sure to give this plant plenty of sunlight!

Beautiful bird’s nest fern

5 – Chinese Evergreen Fern: If you want something easy to care for in low-light conditions like bathrooms tend to have (especially if they’re not well-lit), this is a great choice. It has dark green leaves with reddish tips which give it an interesting look when grown indoors as well as outdoors during warmer months because they tend to turn red before dying off in fall/winter months due to lack of sunlight exposure (they’ll start growing again once spring arrives). 

6 – Peace lily: These are very low-maintenance plants and can thrive in low light conditions, making them perfect for your bathroom window sill. Some even regard them as practically impossible to kill. It has heart-shaped wide leaves and looks fabulous and lush.

Home plants : blooming peace lily and succulents

7 – Peperomia: This plant is lovely because of its colour and texture. It’s easy to grow in your bathroom, depending on sunlight and exposure. Though they don’t like being too wet so will thrive best in a well ventilated bathroom.

Peperomia raindrop

8 – Bromeliad: Bromeliads are another easy-to-care-for plant that does well in low light conditions and doesn’t need much water at all. They’re also great for hanging from the ceiling or walls of your bathroom (or even just sitting on top of them), since they come in many different shapes and sizes.

Background colorful shoots of bromeliad

9 – Zanzibar plant: Possibly one of the easiest to grow and very popular because pf it’s wand-like stems, emerald green leaves and ability to withdraw long periods without watering. the indoor plant in your bathroom. They can adjust to low light or even just fluorescent overhead lights, so there isn’t any need to place it near the window into your bathroom.

Young woman in bathroom

10 – Phalaenopsis orchid: Orchids love a high humidity atmosphere so it blossoms very well in the bathroom with very little maintenance required. Add some unique planters by placing the orchid bulb into a shell and hang from bathroom racks or ceiling structures. 

Modern bathroom interior design with orchid plant between the circular sinks

11 – Zygocacutus: What’s lovely about this plant is that it can add colour to your bathroom when it blooms during autumn and winter months. It’s a good idea to place them hear a high window or shelf, somewhere safe as the stems can break quite easily. 

12 – Calathea: The beautiful foliage of this plant makes it one of our favourites and very popular as an indoor plant in the bathroom or anywhere else in the home. Grows best in indirect sunlight and moist environments.

Plants and mirror in black and white bathroom interior with chec

13 – Japanese maple: Not completely an indoor one, but this is one of our favourites if you’re lucky enough to have some foliage cover outside your bathroom, have a large window to look out of or floor to ceiling glass windows. It’s a terrific way to get the best of both the worlds, growing plants outdoors and enjoying it from your bathroom inside.

Interior of the bathroom with plants 3D rendering
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