If you’ve followed suit with many of the design trends mentioned in this article, your bathroom is unlikely to include dull or drab traits to any real extent. But when you think about it, a lot of traditional bathrooms particularly can give off this sort of vibe unintentionally. Plenty of tiles, steel and stone will contribute to that feeling, so spaces littered with such can really benefit from a touch of green. Plants bring vibrancy and life to a bathroom, and tend to actually grow better considering the limited light levels, high humidity and general warmth of the space. What type of plant you opt for will obviously depend on personal preference, especially with regards to the size. Smaller orchid plants are a popular choice for a bathroom, infiltrating the space with an eye-catching shot of color without stealing attention from other fixtures and fittings. Spider and bamboo plants can achieve similar, whilst bigger and bolder options exist in the form of peace lily and ivy plants, as well as indoor azaleas to name just a few.