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1. Plants with white flowers

1. Plants with white flowers
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Plants with white flowers will pop in bathrooms that feature darker tiles.

2. Jutting walls

2. Jutting walls
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Nib walls (short sections of wall that jut out) make a great surface for indoor plants.

4. Mini planter box

4. Mini planter box
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No space to spare? Consider adding a mini planter box on top of your toilet.

3. Best flower types for bathrooms

3. Best flower types for bathrooms
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Indoor plants suited to the warm, moist environment of a bathroom have robust green foliage and striking flowers. This bathroom pictured on the right utilises sink and open shelving space to feature indoor plants effectively.

5. Statement plants

5. Statement plants
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Simple and stunning, one Weeping Fig makes a huge statement in this modern bathroom.

6. Too much room?

6. Too much room?
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There is such a thing as too much open space, potted plants are used to give this bathroom a finishing touch.

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7. Go fancy

7. Go fancy
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Expecting guests? Use indoor plants and ribbon to make things look just a little bit fancy.

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