That makes me wonder why I don't have any plants in my bedroom. I guess I didn't really have the right spot for them. Now with a newly hung epic macrame plant hanger and a wooden shelf freshly installed, it's time to load em' up with some jungle vibes. Knowing myself, I won't be able to stop with a couple and before you know it I'll have a full on conservatory going. With these dreamy images to get the mood going, I'm thinking I'm going to love it. I can't imagine why I hadn't done this earlier. It will be a little more like sleeping in an enchanted forest (which is always high on my goal list).
There isn't a huge amount of light in the bedroom, with only a pair of sliding glass doors letting in light. They do however face East, so they get plenty of morning and early afternoon light streaming in. Some plants that don't mind lower light conditions like ZZ Plant, Mother In Law's Tongue, Peace Lily and Heartleaf Philodendron should do well. A go-to trick I use in low light conditions, is to take clippings of the overgrown vines of my trailing plants and put them in little jars and vases full of water. They are nearly impossible to kill and only require you give them some fresh water every month or so. My multitudes of Pothos Plants work very well for this since they grow very quickly as long as they have plenty of water. They are easy to move on a whim too, so you can shuffle them around to whichever spot needs a little extra plant luv at the moment.
If you don't know much about house plants or are just looking for general info about them, I found this nifty site that breaks it all down for you. It is brimming with information and troubleshooting, with experts on hand to answer your questions. They even have an email service that reminds you when to water your plants. Now you have no excuses. Get planting!