5 indoor plants that can purify a room

5 Indoor plants that can purify a room

Recent studies show that a there are a number of plants that can detoxify your home from unwanted airborne toxins, dusts and germs that can be hiding in household products and furniture. Here are some of our favourite plants that can brighten up and room as well as purifying it!

Rubber Plant (Ficus Elastica)
This low‑maintenance houseplant is one of the most popular, thanks to its striking look. It’s a natural humidifier and one of the best for cleansing the air. They come in a range of sizes so they are perfect for brightening up a desk or windowsill.

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Devils Ivy

Famed for its large, bright and waxy leaves, the Devil’s Ivy is perfect for keeping the air in your home clean. This is a hanging plant so it won’t take up any floor space. This plant is low maintenance so if you’re not very good with taking care of plants, this is a brilliant plant to consider.


Aloe Vera

A healing aloe plant is a lovely addition to your kitchen windowsill or conservatory, as it loves a sunny spot. While being on hand to soothe any kitchen burns, this succulent will be purifying the air of formaldehyde and benzene, found in varnishes, floor finishes.


Snake Plant

If you’re looking for a good night sleep then a Snake plant also known as Mother‑in‑Law’s Tongue is ideal for your bedroom. This succulent releases oxygen at night, helping you to breathe better while sleeping.


English Ivy

This easy‑growing perennial vine is ideal for your bathroom or en‑suite as it is particularly effective at reducing airborne faecal particles. In addition, studies have shown that the ivy can also help combat mould levels in the home.