There are plenty of ways to decorate a home without having to spend thousands of dollars. Pot plants, in particular, are capable of turning your house into a cozier and more beautiful haven. But since there are plenty of flowers and/or plants to choose from, finding the right one is no easy task.
Elite Readers has this sorted out for you, though. We have compiled a list of plants – which are basically 3 for every 5 rooms – that are perfect in any room of your house. Scroll down below and let us know which one is your favorite!
Lady Palm Trees – helps in clearing the air of ammonia, which is used in cleaning the bathroom alongside different detergents.
Chinese Evergreens – if you want to get rid of formaldehyde in the air, this one is perfect. It is best to place this plant next to the shower.
European Ivy – has the ability to absorb carbon dioxide which is way better than any other plant. Also, it helps in clearing the air full of toxins, heavy metals, and formaldehyde, among others.
Sansevieria Trifasciaita – emits oxygen at night and thus clears the air of toxins. This plant can significantly improve the quality of your sleep and is perfect for those who suffer from insomnia.
Spathiphyllum – easily absorbs home and industrial toxins (e.g. benzol, ammonia, and acetone). Place this plant in your bedroom especially after renovations or decorations.
Phalaenopsis – this one here comes with a bunch of wonderful flowers. It emits oxygen at nighttime, clearing the air of toluene.
#3. Baby’s Room
Coffea – this plant is considered a natural filter that clears the air of phenol, benzol, and formaldehyde, to name a few.
Hibiscus – creates a pleasing microclimate and emits phytoncides. The latter helps in making the air much healthier and clearer to breathe.
Cyclamen – can significantly help in getting rid of chronic tiredness, insomnia, irritability, and depression.
#4. Living Room
Dracaena Reflexa – clears the air of benzol, formaldehyde, and other air toxins.
Chlorophytum – gets for formaldehyde commonly emitted by car and tobacco smoke. More importantly, it moisturizes the air.
Benjamin Fig – clears the air of trichloroethylene (commonly found in glue and carpet detergents), phenol, and benzol.
Aloe – clears the air of formaldehyde and benzol.
Stephanotis – makes the air in your kitchen area healthier. It is also capable of giving your flowers all-year long.
Saintpaulia – this one here is perfect for scaring away ants in your kitchen.
Which of flowers or plants do you want to place inside your home? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!
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