8 Best Indoor Plants for the Living Room

Snake Plant

This popular houseplant is simple to care for and comes in many kinds. Snake plants usually feature green-banded or striped leaves with a yellow or cream border.

Bird of Paradise

Color your environment with a blossoming plant. Orange-flowered bird of paradise. If blooming is your objective, get a mature plant as most don't bloom until six years old.

Kentia Palm

Kentia palms were the first living room plant, and most Victorian parlors had them in the late 1800s. This slow-growing plant would look great in a corner of your space if cared for.

Corn Plant

A corner of your house will look great with its lush green foliage and solid trunk. Swallowed, it's somewhat hazardous to pets and humans.

Cast Iron Plant

One of those almost indestructible plants is this one. It is ideal for anybody without a green thumb since it will live even if you forget to water it and if you have to put it in a dark spot.

Monstera Deliciosa

Monstera deliciosa, a popular houseplant, looks great and grows quickly if cared for. Trim it back and propagate the cuttings to avoid it taking over. Eaten monstera poisons pets.

Marble Queen Pothos

Marble queen pothos is an almost unkillable plant that looks great trailing from a shelf or mantle. Its variegated leaves are attractive and need little maintenance. When eaten

Chinese Money Plant

This is the perfect housewarming plant, so don't be shocked if someone presents you one when you move in. Lucky and popular living room plant.