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Best Houseplants to Filter Toxins in Your Bathroom

best plants to filter bathroom toxins - A lot has been said about the benefits that come with keeping houseplants, especially when it comes to their ability to naturally filter toxins out of the air in our homes. Most of us keep our houseplants where we, and our guests, can easily enjoy them– the common rooms of the home. However, the bathroom is the one room in the house that can benefit the most from having a houseplant call it home...

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The Jungalow™ on Instagram: “Hey there @livebybeing -- is there enough rom for us in your tub? we just love your jungalicious bathroom! Thanks for sharing it with is in the #JungalowStyle feed!!”

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Lovely soft colors and details in your interiors. Latest Home Interior Trends.

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How Mohammed Kutbi, an architect in Milan, implements plants in a minimal dwelling space & window view. Plants utilised: - Golden Pothos (Epipremnum aureum) - Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum)

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Home Ec: How to Save Your Plants (and your Money!) (Design*Sponge)

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Jade plants need full sun in order to grow properly and need to be drained well. Allow the soil to dry out completely before each watering. Softening leaves indicate it’s time for more water. cast iron plants can handle low light, extreme temperatures and can survive for a good length without water. However, It’s still a good idea to keep the soil moist for healthy growth by watering every 2-3 weeks.

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