Indoor plants are a great way to decorate your living space and improve your quality of indoor air by purifying air contaminated by common chemicals. Certain indoor plants will not only produce oxygen from carbon dioxide, but will also absorb benzene, formaldehyde, and/or trichloroethylene. These are chemicals found in cleaning agents, wax, furniture, paintings, etc. There has been plenty of research that suggests indoor plants can improve your quality of life.
If you are concerned about whether you have a green thumb, try a Peace Lily. They do not need much attention, as they require low light. Please keep this in mind because too much direct sunlight will burn this plant! Check out this article for more information on other great indoor plants. And, feel free to send us some pictures of your indoor plants for our Facebook!