The 5 Best Plants For Your Bedroom

It’s no secret that plants look great in your space and make it feel cozier. But did you know that some plants can actually improve the quality of your sleep and the air you breathe at night? We’ve rounded up our top five air-purifying plants that are beautiful and beneficial for your bedroom.

1. Snake Plant, Sansevieria

The Snake Plant is a resilient plant that can survive in low light and is drought tolerant. The unique thing about this plant is that it can actually convert carbon dioxide into oxygen at night.

  • Low maintenance
  • Removes toxins: trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene

2. Rubber Tree, Ficus elastica

The Rubber Tree’s large, dark foliage is excellent at cleaning the air, making it the perfect addition to your bedroom.

  • Fast growing
  • Removes toxins: formaldehyde and xylene

3. Devil’s Ivy Pothos, Epipremnum aureum

The Devil’s Ivy is a great choice for your bedroom because it doesn’t require much light or water to grow. You can hang this plant from the ceiling, or place it high on a shelf so the vines can cascade down.

  • Low maintenance
  • Easy to grow
  • Removes toxins: formaldehyde and xylene

4. Peace Lily, Spathiphyllum

The Peace Lily happens to be one of the most popular indoor plants because of it’s lush, large foliage and simple care regime.

  • Flowering plant
  • Removes toxins: trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, benzene, xylene, and ammonia

5. Areca Palm, Dypsis lutescens

The Areca Palm will help give your bedroom a tropical feel. It’s best suited for growing in a low light environment with indirect sunlight.

  • Pet-friendly plant
  • Removes toxins: xylene and toluene

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