31 Indoor Houseplants Perfect For Bedroom Spaces

Struggling to find a the perfect indoor houseplant for your bedroom space? There are many different options, depending on your goals, and your decor. Houseplants can liven up any bedroom, as well as help purify the air. In this article, we take a look at our favorite indoor plants for the bedroom spaces in your home!

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From enriching the home decor to improving the air quality, houseplants are a great addition to any bedroom living space. There is an overwhelming number of plants to choose from, so which ones are best suited for you will come down to your preferences around looks, and plant maintenance.

Some plants are easier to take care of than others, such as succulents. Moreover, certain species excel at purifying air or simply feature vibrant colors to liven up indoor spaces. If you have pets or small children, you should also be mindful of the mildly toxic species.

The following are some of the best houseplants for your bedroom that can be grown under various conditions and cater to different households. Regardless of what makes a plant ideal for your bedroom, you’ll find a few great candidates on this list!

African Violet

Streptocarpus ionanthus
African Violet likes fresh air, slightly high humidity, but does not tolerate direct sunlight.
Scientific Name: Streptocarpus ionanthus
  • Plant Type: Flowering plant
  • Plant Size: 8 in – 16 in
  • Water Needs: Occasionally – keep the soil lightly moist
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light

African violets are beautiful flowers to keep on your bedside table or vanity. They have deep purple flowers, but their leaves are similar to a succulent’s. The bright green leaves have tiny hairs on them!

They are available in various sizes, such as miniature, standard, and large. Surprisingly, African Violets are not actually violets! They’re a completely different genus from violets but definitely resemble them.

Aloe Vera

Aloe barbadensis miller
Aloe Vera must constantly be in the sun since light is what it needs for normal growth.
Scientific Name: Aloe barbadensis miller
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size:12 in – 24 in
  • Water Needs: Water deeply but infrequently
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect sunlight or artificial light

Aloe vera is a common succulent found in bedrooms and is relatively easy to take care of. The gel from aloe vera can be used topically for burns and other skincare remedies. Aloe can survive for over 100 years due to their resiliency, so even the newest gardeners won’t have trouble taking care of this plant.

The plant should not be eaten, so keep it away from pets or small children who may want to take a bite.

Areca Palm (Butterfly Palm)

Chrysalidocarpus lutescens
Areca Palm is able to endure partial shade and even grow in conditions of consistent shade.
Scientific Name: Chrysalidocarpus lutescens
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Plant Size: 20 ft – 35 ft tall, 10 ft – 20 ft wide
  • Water Needs: Frequent – water heavily during hot months when the soil dries out
  • Sun Needs: Indirect light

Areca palms are larger plants that occupy a terrific spot in the corner of a bedroom. They’re also known as bamboo palms and golden cane palms. They are among the best plants for removing volatile organic compounds (VOC) in homes and offices!

In addition, they are easy to take care of as long as you water them frequently. Their large fronds appear lush when healthy. They were once an endangered species and are now classified as near threatened.

Bird’s Nest Fern

Asplenium nidus
Bird’s Nest Fern belongs to heat-loving ferns, and does not tolerate drafts.
Scientific Name: Asplenium nidus
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 5 ft
  • Water Needs: Consistent watering to keep the soil moist, do not water the leaves (this can cause mold growth)
  • Sun Needs: Partial sun

The bird’s nest fern is named such because its leaves form a cup or vase shape, similar to a bird’s nest. One of the best parts about the bird’s nest fern is that there are multiple varieties.

Each variety has a different look and is perfect for decorating your bedroom. You can find sword-shaped leaves, narrow leaves, wavy leaves, and even tongue-shaped fronds. To keep it happy and healthy, try to keep the area around it warm and humid.

Boston Fern

Nephrolepis exaltata
In addition to the fact that Boston Fern has a spectacular appearance, it also cleans the air.
Scientific Name: Nephrolepis exaltata
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial
  • Plant Size: 2 ft – 3 ft
  • Water Needs: Water as needed to keep the soil damp
  • Sun Needs: Indirect light, high humidity

Boston ferns are another popular houseplant that looks lovely in a bedroom. NASA recognizes the Boston fern for its air-cleansing qualities. It has been known to remove cigarette smoke and formaldehyde from the air!

They require extra care in the winter if you don’t live in a humid area. Otherwise, taking care of a Boston fern is simple. Its lush, green ferns provide a wonderful accent in any room.

Burro’s Tail

Sedum morganianum
Burro’s Tail is a hardy and undemanding plant, and does well without watering for a long time.
Scientific Name: Sedum morganianum
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: 1 ft – 4 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequently, every 10-14 days, water thoroughly
  • Sun Needs: Bright, direct light

A burro’s tail succulent is a great hanging plant to add to your bedroom decor. Its leaves store water as most succulents do, so it will live through forgotten waterings.

Depending on the temperature and light in your bedroom, a burro’s tail may only need to be watered once a month. You’ll know it’s been overwatered if the leaves start to turn brown. This is a fragile plant that will lose leaves if moved, so once it’s placed, do not relocate it.

Chinese Evergreen

Aglaonema
Chinese Evergreen requires high humidity, and prefers soil that is well permeable to moisture and air.
Scientific Name: Aglaonema
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial
  • Plant Size: 1 ft – 3 ft
  • Water Needs: Water when the soil is dry halfway down the root
  • Sun Needs: Indirect light

Worried that the fluorescent lights in your bedroom won’t be sufficient for a plant? Consider purchasing a versatile Chinese evergreen. They are one of the few plants that can adapt to fluorescent lighting conditions! There are a few different varieties of Aglaonema, including the ever popular aglaonema silver bay.

Many offices use them as decoration, so why not your bedroom as well? This is a very slow-growing plant, making replanting easy if they manage to grow too tall. Sometimes the Chinese evergreen will bloom and grow bright red berries!

Corsican Stonecrop

Sedum dasyphyllum
For Corsican Stonecrop, the level of humidity in the room does not really matter, it can be both high and low.
Scientific Name: Sedum dasyphyllum
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: Up to 5 in
  • Water Needs: Infrequent – allow the soil to completely dry before watering again
  • Sun Needs: Bright, direct light

Corsican stonecrop is a frost-tolerant succulent that adds dynamic to any household. When potted in a planter, it spills over the sides, creating a “spiller.” It may bloom white flowers during the summer, and its leaves turn from blue-green to light pink.

There are multiple varieties of sedum plants, meaning you can have a variety of colors to choose from. This plant is another easy caretaking option for your bedroom.

English Ivy

Hedra helix
English Ivy is a moisture-loving plant, so it will be a little more high maintenance than others.
Scientific Name: Hedra helix
  • Plant Type: Evergreen perennial
  • Plant Size: 8 in tall and at least 15 ft wide
  • Water Needs: Water the soil when the top is dry; spray leaves weekly
  • Sun Needs: Part sun, shade

English ivy is grown indoors and outdoors and makes for a lovely house plant. It’s often seen climbing old, brick buildings. It grows well in shady areas and produces flowers from late summer to late fall.

Ivies can be trained to climb different shaped frames. You can have an ivy plant in the shape of a heart to accent your bedroom if you have the patience! Keep in mind that the plant’s sap can cause a skin rash.

Fiddle Leaf Fig

Ficus lyrata
Fiddle Leaf Fig is one of the moisture-loving, so it needs high humidity.
Scientific Name: Ficus lyrata
  • Plant Type: Broadleaf evergreen
  • Plant Size: 10 ft (indoors)
  • Water Needs: Water soil when the top inch feels dry
  • Sun Needs: Indirect light, part shade

The fiddle leaf fig is a fantastic option for a bedroom houseplant. They require little attention to keep happy. Besides watering as needed, this plant needs to be rotated in the sunlight to ensure all its leaves are getting enough sun. An outdoor fiddle leaf fig can grow up to 50 feet tall! If cut from the trunk, a new tree will sprout with more leaves.

French Lavender

Lavandula stoechas
For French Lavender that grows in a pot in the bedroom, it is very important to choose soft, settled water.
Scientific Name: Lavandula stoechas
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Plant Size: 2 ft – 3 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequent
  • Sun Needs: Full sun

Lavender is a popular scent for essential oils and potpourris, so why not keep the whole plant in your bedroom instead? French lavender, also known as Spanish lavender or butterfly lavender, grows well in containers and makes a lovely decoration. It requires more maintenance than other options on this list, but the results speak for themselves!

Gardenia

Gardenia jasminoides
Gardenia is a very demanding and capricious plant. There should be no drafts in the room where it is located, and only soft water is suitable for irrigation.
Scientific Name: Gardenia jasminoides
  • Plant Type: Evergreen shrub
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 5 ft
  • Water Needs: Consistent watering – keep the soil moist but not overflowing
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect sunlight – high humidity is key for gardenias

There are many varieties of gardenias you can research to keep in your bedroom. Some gardenias bloom repeatedly, and some have double-flowers for extra beauty. Gardenias thrive in humid environments, so keep them near a humidifier if you live in a dry area. To keep them looking fresh, gardenia plants need to be pruned routinely.

Gerbera Daisy

Gerbera jamesonii
Gerbera Daisy is very photophilous and can tolerate a small amount of direct sunlight.
Scientific Name: Gerbera jamesonii
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial
  • Plant Size: 10 in – 18 in tall, 9 in – 12 in wide
  • Water Needs: Frequent, 1 inch of water per week (when soil is dry one – two inches below the surface)
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect sunlight

Gerbera daisies are beautiful, colorful flowers that will easily brighten a bedroom. They’re relatively easy to grow but will not have the same lifespan as succulents or or other houseplants.

If you’re looking for a plant to give your room a pop of color, this daisy is a terrific option. Just keep in mind that they will need regular indirect sun, and you’ll likely be replacing gerberas far more than any other plants on this list. But they sure do look great!

Jade Plant

Crassula ovata
Jade Plant feels good in cool and warm rooms, and shaded places.
Scientific Name: Crassula ovata
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: Up to 5 ft
  • Water Needs: During spring/summer – water deeply when the soil is mostly dry. During fall/winter – water less frequently than in warm months; only water when soil is fully dry
  • Sun Needs: 6 hours of bright light daily

Owning a jade plant means an endless supply of plants because it is easy to cultivate cuttings. Growing a jade plant from a cutting is relatively easy. The most important thing to remember is not to water the new plant until it has taken root. These are lovely decorations for any bedroom.

Lacy Tree Philodendron

Philodendron bipinnatifidum
Lacy Tree Philodendron requires high humidity and frequent spraying of leaves.
Scientific Name: Philodendron bipinnatifidum
  • Plant Type: Perennial
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 4 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequent; allow top 2-3 in of soil to dry between waterings
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light

The lacy tree philodendron is another significant houseplant to keep in your bedroom. This type of philodendron plant is well known for it’s larger than life fronds. Unlike other philodendron varieties, this plant likes consistent moisture, so be aware of that when it comes to maintenance and care.

Interestingly, when the leaves on a lacy tree fall off, they leave behind leaf scars on the trunk. This gives the plant its signature look! Be careful, as the lacy tree philodendron is toxic to cats and dogs.

Living Rocks

Lithops
Living Rocks is a very photophilous plant. If it lacks even a little sunlight, this will lead to a slowdown in growth.
Scientific Name: Lithops
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: 0.5 in – 1.5 in
  • Water Needs: Infrequent – only water when soil is dry. From fall to spring, do not water
  • Sun Needs: Bright, direct sunlight

The lithops succulent might look familiar if you had a pet rock as a child. These plants are also known as pebble plants and flowering stones.

They don’t grow larger than 2 inches and are arguably the easiest plant to keep alive. Just like your old pet rock! Keeping a planter of lithops in your bedroom is an exciting conversation piece.

Mexican Snowball

Echeveria elegans
Mexican Snowball is a herbaceous perennial native to Mexico, has lateral daughter rosettes.
Scientific Name: Echeveria elegans
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: 6 in – 8 in
  • Water Needs: Infrequently – only when the soil has completely dried. Reduce watering in cold months
  • Sun Needs: Several hours of bright, direct light

This succulent is native to Mexico, and is a wonderful, low-maintenance plant to keep in your bedroom. They’re also known as the White Mexican Rose or Mexican Gem succulents. The plant’s blooms can be pink or yellow.

In addition, this is a hardy plant, making it suitable for less experienced gardeners.

Parlor Palm

Chamaedorea elegans
Parlor Palm reacts extremely negatively to sudden changes in temperature.
Scientific Name: Chamaedorea elegans
  • Plant Type: Palm
  • Plant Size: 2 ft – 6 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequent; err the on the side of caution when it comes to overwatering
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light

The parlor palm is one of the easiest palms to grow indoors, making it ideal for beginners. It is also perfect for a bedroom. They take time to grow but can live up to a few decades. Outdoor parlor palm plants grow up to 16 feet tall. A parlor palm is a tropical plant that blossoms even if kept indoors. It has also been called the good luck palm.

Peace Lily

Spathiphyllum
Peace Lily flowers are undemanding to growing conditions and care, but do need more attention to properly flower.
Scientific Name: Spathiphyllum
  • Plant Type: Herbaceous perennial
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 6 ft
  • Water Needs: Frequent – keep the soil lightly moist. Use filtered, room-temperature water
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light. Peace lilies prefer humid environments as well

If you’re looking for a plant that offers a different color than green, healthy peace lilies display beautiful white flowers. However, this plant is mildly toxic to pets, so keep it away from your furries.

Peace lilies are fantastic at purifying the air in your bedroom. They are a symbol of peace as the white flower symbolizes the white flag. Peace lilies are fairly easy to care for, despite their water needs, and can withstand a fair bit of neglect.

Philippine Evergreen

Aglaonema commutatum
Philippine Evergreen is an evergreen herbaceous plant from Southeast Asia.
Scientific Name: Aglaonema commutatum
  • Plant Type: Evergreen
  • Plant Size: 20 in
  • Water Needs: Infrequent; when the top 1 in – 2 in of soil are dry
  • Sun Needs: Indirect sunlight (medium to low light)

This plant is native to the Philippines and northeastern Celebes. Philippine evergreens are highly adaptable to new living situations and can grow quite well in low light conditions. They are great for bedroom decor because of the unique pattern on their leaves. Their leaves can grow up to 12 inches long when healthy.

This plant should be rotated occasionally for even growth. If you’re lucky, a Philippine evergreen will grow red berries as it blooms.

Pig’s Ear

Cotyledon orbiculata
‘Pig’s Ear’ grows well and develops in bright light from a south window with direct sunlight.
Scientific Name: Cotyledon orbiculata
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 4 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequent – only water when soil is completely dry
  • Sun Needs: Bright, direct sunlight

This plant is also known as the Round-leafed Naval Wort and the White Lady. The nickname pig’s ear comes from the shape of its leaves. The center of the oval-shaped leaves are green and have red edges. It can grow quite tall at an average of 3 feet, and its leaves are large and egg-shaped.

The houseplant version of the pig’s ear typically features the leaves without a bloom. Regardless, it’s a great plant to keep in your bedroom for a splash of color.

Pothos

Epipremnum aureum
If heating devices are working in the room, it is required regular spraying of the air around the Pothos.
Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum
  • Plant Type: Evergreen
  • Plant Size: It is recommended to keep your pothos plant around 5 in – 7 in
  • Water Needs: Only water when the soil feels dry
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light

Pothos is more commonly known as Devil’s Ivy due to its rapid growth. It is also an excellent plant for first-time houseplant owners because it is exceptionally resilient. It can grow without direct sunlight and thrives in environments that other plants cannot. There are also many different pothos types, giving plant owners plenty of options to choose from.

If you’re planning on growing pothos, never plant them outside. It is considered an invasive species in some parts of the US. This plant is also mildly toxic and should be kept out of reach of children and pets.

Rosemary

rosmarinus officinalis
Rosemary grown at home requires a spacious and deep flowerpot since the root system is quite wide.
Scientific Name: Salvia rosmarinus or rosmarinus officinalis
  • Plant Type: Herb
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 5 ft
  • Water Needs: Occasionally – use well-draining soil to prevent overwatering
  • Sun Needs: Full sun

Some people keep rosemary in their kitchen, but why not in the bedroom? The scientific name Rosmarinus officinalis comes from ros (dew) and Maris (from the sea). It produces a natural, piney scent after touching its leaves.

When it blooms, its flowers vary in color from purple to light blue. Rosemary looks unique and is easy to grow any time of the year. Plus, you’ll have access to fresh herbs for cooking at all times!

Rubber Plant

Ficus elastica
Rubber Plant is rubber-bearing light-loving, but it also adapts to darker places.
Scientific Name: Ficus elastica
  • Plant Type: Flowering plant
  • Plant Size: 100 ft – 130 ft (houseplant versions are much smaller as they are trimmed)
  • Water Needs: Summer months – frequent, mist the leaves. Winter months – once or twice a month
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect sunlight

Rubber plants can live for up to 100 years and can grow to be a large focal point in your bedroom. If you prefer to keep it small, you can prune the plant to ensure it stays a medium-sized houseplant instead.

It’s prudent to buy a rubber plant as a young sapling to help it acclimate to indoor living sooner rather than later. Rubber plants are known for producing latex when removing the bark of the tree.

Silver Bracts

Pachyphytum bracteosum
Silver Bracts tolerate dry air well and do not need additional moisture. Drops of moisture falling on the leaves can wash off the wax coating and spoil the appearance.
Scientific Name: Pachyphytum bracteosum
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: Up to 4 in
  • Water Needs: Infrequent – only water when soil is dry
  • Sun Needs: Bright, direct sunlight

A silver bract plant is sure to grab attention if placed in your bedroom. These succulents are adorable and easy to maintain since they need little water and lots of sun. When its leaves are exposed to bright light, they turn from silver-gray to light pink. You can use leaf clippings to grow even more to place throughout your home.

Snake Plant

Sanseveria trifasciata
Snake Plant needs a lot of light, including sunlight for the development of bright leaves.
Scientific Name: Sanseveria trifasciata
  • Plant Type: Evergreen perennial
  • Plant Size: 6 in – 12 ft
  • Water Needs: Water when most of the soil has dried, do not water frequently
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light

Snake plants are resilient and easy to care for. They also filter indoor air throughout the day and night by converting carbon dioxide into oxygen. Snake plants can also remove toxins like formaldehyde from the air in your bedroom.

If you aren’t green-thumbed, these plants are a wonderful bedroom addition. They don’t take up too much horizontal space so they are perfect for smaller rooms.

Spider Plant

Chlorophytum comosum
In the spring-autumn period, the ‘Spider Plant’ should be watered systematically and plentifully.
Scientific Name: Chlorophytum comosum
  • Plant Type: Evergreen perennial
  • Plant Size: 12 in – 15 in
  • Water Needs: Water occasionally while growing, moderately when fully grown (around one year)
  • Sun Needs: Bright to moderate indirect sunlight

Spider plants are common among plant enthusiasts due to their harvesting capabilities. The most popular variant of spider plants has green leaves with a white stripe down the middle.

When they’re healthy, spider plants produce “pups” that can be used to start new plants. While you would need quite a few spider plants in your bedroom to keep the air pure, you can keep one on your desk to help reduce pollutants from your workspace.

String of Pearls

Senecio rowleyanus
‘String of Pearls’ is an evergreen, fast-growing, very fragile, easily crumbling succulent with a special shape of hanging long shoots and unusual spherical leaves.
Scientific Name: Senecio rowleyanus
  • Plant Type: Succulent
  • Plant Size: 1 ft – 2 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequent – once every two weeks maximum during warm months, once a month during cold months
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect sunlight – at least 6 – 8 hours per day

Another beautiful hanging plant is the string of pearls plant. Like the other succulents on this list, it is easy to take care of as long as you can place it in a sunny area of your bedroom.

It tends to grow quite fast, meaning your friends can use your clippings to grow their own string of pearls as well! If it’s planted on the ground, it will spread root where it touches and creates a groundcover as it grows.

Swiss Cheese Plant (Monstera)

Monstera deliciosa
Swiss Cheese Plant needs spraying in the heat, when large leaves actively evaporate moisture.
Scientific Name: Monstera deliciosa
  • Plant Type: Evergreen
  • Plant Size: 10 ft – 15 ft (can be trimmed for smaller spaces)
  • Water Needs: Every 1 – 2 weeks, allow the soil to dry between waterings
  • Sun Needs: Medium – bright, indirect light

This monstera variety is easy to distinguish from other plants because of its holey leaves. That’s how it gained its nickname, the “Swiss Cheese Plant.” While it grows to be quite large, it can be trimmed to fit indoor spaces like a bedroom.

Caring for a monstera is easy; just remember to rotate it in the light every so often. Interestingly, monstera plants in the wild produce a fruit that is said to taste like a combination of strawberries, passion fruit, mango, and pineapple.

Water Chestnut Tree

Pachira aquatica
Water the Water Chestnut Tree with soft warm water, slightly above room temperature.
Scientific Name: Pachira aquatica
  • Plant Type: Tropical evergreen
  • Plant Size: 6 ft – 8 ft
  • Water Needs: Infrequent, deep watering
  • Sun Needs: Medium – bright, indirect light

The water chestnut tree, or Money Tree, is the perfect foliage to place in the boring corner of your room. It’s been called a Money Tree because it is believed to bring luck and prosperity to its owner.

Moreover, based on the feng shui principles, it is said to create positive energy, which is perfect for your bedroom. It doesn’t require much work and can grow quite tall. This plant can adapt to low and fluorescent lighting as well!

ZZ Plant

Zamioculcas zamiifolia
ZZ Plant prefers warmth, bright light, and very moderate watering.
Scientific Name: Zamioculcas zamiifolia
  • Plant Type: Tropical perennial
  • Plant Size: 3 ft – 4 ft
  • Water Needs: Only water when fully dry
  • Sun Needs: Bright, indirect light

If you’re looking for the most laid-back bedroom plant, you’ve found it. The ZZ plant can go through a few forgotten waterings and still thrive. It is extremely resistant to insects and diseases as well. It’s the perfect plant for people who don’t have a plant-water schedule they follow.

The only downside is that it is toxic if eaten, so keep it away from pets and children. Fun fact – it’s also been called a “Fat Boy Plant” because it has a thick fat tuber!

Final Thoughts

Whether you are going for the looks, ease of care, or health benefits, there’s a houseplant on this list that suits your needs and preferences. As long as you are mindful of the basic care requirements, you’ll be able to enjoy the full benefits of plants enriching your bedroom environment. So sift through the various options and go with the best plant for your household.

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