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How to Choose a Plant for Every Room in Your House

Are you looking for a comprehensive guide to selecting indoor plants for different areas of the home?. 

Having greenery in various rooms can indeed enhance the ambiance and contribute to a healthier living environment. Here’s a summary of your recommendations:

Living Room:

– Bird of paradise (bright light to full sun)

– Rubber tree (low light to full sun)

– Philodendron (bright to low, indirect light)

– Begonia (low light to full sun, prefers bright light)

– Cactus or succulents (bright light)

Kitchen:

– Ferns (moderate to low, indirect light)

– Air plants (bright to moderate, indirect light)

– Herbs (full sun)

Dining Room:

– Similar plant choices as the living room

Bedroom:

– Snake plant (bright to low, indirect light)

– Rubber tree (low light to full sun)

– Spider plant (moderate, indirect light)

Bathroom:

– Ferns (moderate to low, indirect light)

– Air plants (bright to moderate, indirect light)

– Pothos or philodendrons (moderate, indirect light)

Kid’s Room:

– Begonia or Fittonia (low light to full sun, prefers bright light)

– Neon pothos (bright to low, indirect light)

– Succulents (bright light)

Home Office:

– Begonia or Fittonia (low light to full sun, prefers bright light)

– Marimo moss (low to medium light)

– Jade plant (bright light)

Front Porch:

– Begonia (low light to full sun, prefers bright light)

– Mint, basil, chamomile (bright light)

– Ferns (moderate to low, indirect light)

These recommendations cover a wide range of lighting conditions and aesthetic preferences, making it easier for homeowners to choose the right plants for their spaces. Incorporating plants into interior design is a great way to improve the overall atmosphere and well-being of a home.

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