The eye-catching calathea is the perfect plant for introducing colour and pattern to your bathroom. Most calatheas enjoy high humidity and moderate, indirect sunlight, so it doesn't matter if your bathroom window is small or if you place it on a more shaded side of the room.
4. Snake plant
The snake plant, also known as mother-in-law's tongue, is one of the lowest maintenance bathroom plants out there, and one of the most popular for that exact reason. They filter and purify the air, thrive in any humidity level and while they prefer bright light, they can happily live in low light too.
5. Spider plant
Like snake plants, spider plants prefer bright light, but they’ll tolerate low light too. Be sure to keep them out of direct sunlight or their leaves will scorch. They prefer some humidity but they can also handle low levels of it, making them another low maintenance choice. They’re one of the best hanging bathroom plants and will produce baby spider plants that you can cut off and use to grow your collection, so you end up with a lot of plant for your money.