5 Favorites: Plants for the Bath by

Issue 57 · Haberdashery · January 29, 2013

5 Favorites: Plants for the Bath

Issue 57 · Haberdashery · January 29, 2013

The best room in the house (for your plants) is the bath. House plants perform well with natural light and shower mist; as an added bonus, they also purify the air. Since you probably don't have an outdoor bathtub, they'll bring a touch of green indoors.

Above: House Balalla Kavanagh in Australia by Tribe Studio Architects.

Above: This courtyard of schefflera plants and light in the bath from Suppose Design Office in Japan is second only to an outdoor bathtub.

Above: House plants near the bathroom window for an outdoor bathtub feel via Skona Hem (L). Potted rosemary in the bath from the home of Jason Gnewikow and Jeff Madalena; via Design Sponge (R).

Above: Mother-in-law tongues from Houseplants as Camouflage.

Above: A wild ivy plant wraps itself around the shower rod via Blood and Champagne (L). Succulents at The Sanitarium Spa in San Luis Obispo, California (R).

(N.B.: For the real outdoor bathtub experience, see "5 Favorites: Outdoor Bathtubs.")

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