Total Renovation - Intown AtlantaTransitional Bathroom, Atlanta

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This is an example of a mid-sized transitional bathroom in Atlanta with white tile and multi-coloured walls. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Grow Indoor Plants in Low Light?9 Oct 2018

Tell usHave you had success growing plants in low light? Tell us in the Comments which plants have thrived in your home. And remember to like, share or bookmark this story. Join the conversation.MoreFind a gardener near you

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Plants for My Bathroom?14 Nov 2017

What are the best plants?My top pick for bathrooms are:mother in law’s tongue (Sansevieria): This tough indoor succulent has vertical, sword-shaped leaves. It copes well in bathrooms and looks wonderful too. I have the silver sword variety in my own bathroom, and it’s such a good performer. It’s easy to care for too – I simply run it under the shower every couple of weeks. cast iron plant (Aspidistra): Another hardy, good-looking plant that thrives in moist spots such as bathrooms. It has relatively low water requirements – simply put it under the shower every week in summer and even less in winter.Zanzibar gem (Zamioculcas zamiifolia): This is the ideal choice for a hands-off gardener – it’s virtually indestructible and requires very little watering in summer and virtually none in winter. Billbergia: This flowering plant usually grows on trees, which means it doesn’t need soil. The leaves come in many colours, but indoor varieties that receive low levels of light tend to become green over time. Keep water topped up within their leaves as they are used to catching rainwater this way.Philodendron ‘Hope’: This easy-to-care-for plant thrives in tropical, humid conditions – perfect for bathrooms. bird’s nest (Asplenium nidus) and maidenhair (Adiantum) ferns: With their soft, feathery foliage these plants look stunning in bathrooms. Be aware that they do require higher levels of moisture than the others mentioned, and will quickly die if left to dry out.

Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to 8 Indoor Plants That Will Help Keep Your Home Cool24 Sep 2017

4. Mother-in-laws tongue/snakeskin (Sansevieria trifasciata)As well as releasing oxygen during the night to refresh the atmosphere, this sculptural succulent is rated by NASA as one of the best plants for removing indoor pollutants such as benzene and formaldehyde. Tip: Position in full-sun or part-shade, water moderately during spring and summer but keep soil reasonably dry during winter.Clever Hacks for the Lazy Indoor-Plant Lover

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jencopaken added this to House Plants2 days ago

Snake plant produces oxygen at night

Nga Trinh added this to Lawrence's ideas28 Sep 2019

i love how this tall plant is potted and have always like that kind of plant, just not sure what it's called (:

Nga Trinh added this to Nga's ideas28 Sep 2019

i love how this tall plant is potted and have always like that kind of plant, just not sure what it's called (:

ewadleigh added this to *BATHROOM17 Sep 2019

"Even just one striking architectural plant, such as (Sansevieria trifasciata, can bring vitality to a room."

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