Okay, lovely, take a deep breath. We’re waiting. Did you do it? Breathe in, breathe out? We’re going to assume you did because 1) you sort of have to in order to survive and 2) because you’re reading this article with the hopes of obtaining valuable, sort of hands-on information.
In case you couldn’t tell, the hands-on part involved the instructions to breathe in and then breathe out. Look at you! Slaying the Simon Says game!
We’re so, so proud. Wow your ability to follow directions has us in awe.
I bet you’re wondering what the point of that deep breath was- aren’t you? Well, the point of that was to have some background telling you this: it’s good to have an electric air purifier in your home. Really, it is. However, it’s even better to have some plants too. If fact, all the plants we have in our boutique are certified by NASA to bring you spectacular air quality within the space they are placed.
Pretty snazzy, right? We think so too.
If fact, there are things that a plant can do that an electric air purifier simple can’t. Plants are able to filter out microscopic toxins in the air.
So, yes, what we’re saying is this: plants make you happier, make people feel less stressed and also knock out harmful toxins from your bedroom, bathroom and living spaces. Do you see a downside? Because we don’t see a downside.
Let’s talk plant specifics now. What is the ideal plant for your humble abode? Well, there are a lot of options. We understand. Be sure to keep a close eye on the light amount that is going to be vital for your plant child’s survival as well as how much watering you’re going to need to bestow upon it.
Aloe Vera, theSnake Plant, theGolden Pathos and theBella Palm all enjoy low light. They all have unique qualities, too. For example, theGolden Pathos and theBella Palm are super nice to have around when you’ve just painted a room.
Whatever the plant is that you choose to purify your air, we’re glad you chose it. And, as always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to shoot us an email.