Bathrooms should feel clean and fresh. By offering a relaxed ambience, self-care and tranquillity will be encouraged. Plants can help with all of this! In the collection above you’ll find an edit of plants that, through their distinct characteristics, evoke a calming yet revitalising atmosphere. All of our collections, as well as our Plant Subscription Box, are informed by research on the science behind the wellbeing benefits of plants.
Humans are meant to live at close proximity to, and in harmony with, nature. This is no easy feat in our modern, urban lives, but you can bridge the gap by deepening the relationship you have with your plants. Take a few minutes out of your busy schedule every few days to watch, interact with or care for your plants, and see if you start to feel a shift in your thinking.
The shapes and colours of plants can help shift the mood of your home. Bright green plants, for example, are associated with health and vitality. As the bathroom is where we go to get ready in the morning, preparing to take on the day, why not introduce some plants to give us that extra boost of energy?
Our respiratory system can be supported through plants. These green wonders have tiny pores on their surface which are used for photosynthesis. These help filter nasties out of the air that could otherwise affect our respiratory health. Particularly those with a large surface area, like the Mother in law’s tongue or the Blue Star Fern, are good at improving air quality.
Lots of the plants in this collection come from tropical locations. By misting them once or twice a week, you’ll help them to act as natural humidity regulators in your bathroom. For those of you with dry skin or sinuses, these plants might help with some of the complaints you may experience.
You may have heard that plants ‘attract’ dust, which is true! But we prefer to think of plants as dust ‘catchers’! When you’re in your bathroom and you notice a little film on their leaves, simply wipe it off and thank your plants for keeping that debris out of your lungs ...