5 Indoor Plants to Reduce Humidity, Feels Clean & Fresh

5 Indoor Plants to Reduce Humidity, Feels Clean & Fresh  

Homiful.com -- Houses need ventilation so that the air circulation in them is maintained. Rooms that are cramped or even lack air ventilation can make the atmosphere feel stuffy and damp. Of course, this condition can endanger the health of the family. 

One way that can be done is by presenting plants as natural moisture absorbers, such as the following "5 Indoor Plants to Reduce Humidity, Feels Clean & Fresh". Not only will it help reduce humidity but it can also make the room look more beautiful and natural.

Snake Plant


Snake plant is a plant that can filter the air so it can be a good choice to reduce humidity in the house. In addition, this plant also has a beautiful appearance and does not require difficult maintenance. Snake plants only need to be watered when the planting medium is dry and can be placed in dim areas.

Fiddle Leaf Figs


The fiddle-leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a popular indoor tree with large, deeply veined, and glossy violin-shaped leaves that grow upright on a sleek trunk. A fiddle-leaf fig is ideal as a focal point in a room if grown in a floor-standing container that allows the plant to grow to at least 6 feet tall. 

It grows quickly and can be potted at any time of year if you're like most gardeners who buy a nursery plant to keep indoors. Keep in mind that this lovely plant is poisonous to cats and dogs.

Boston fern


Boston fern or also called ornamental fern is one of the ferns that has an exotic appearance. This plant is able to live healthily in a humid room. If in a less humid room, ferns can be dry and unhealthy. Ferns can be a decoration as well as a moisture-absorbing plant because their leaves can function like a natural dehumidifier.

Golden Pothos


The Pothos, or Epipremnum aureum, is known for being one of the easiest houseplants to care for. Golden Pothos is a plant that is known to purify the air in a room by removing carbon monoxide and formaldehyde compounds contained in cigarette smoke. This plant features heart-shaped green and yellow leaves. 

Golden Pothos also doesn't need much attention and can survive in low light and freezing weather. As a result, this plant can be used in a variety of rooms throughout the house, including bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms.



Anthurium is a plant that can absorb moisture and various harmful chemicals such as xylene, ammonia, toulene and formaldehyde. If you have a printer, you can put this plant near it as it will absorb pollutants from printer ink. 

In addition to absorbing moisture, anthurium has an exotic look that can add value to the room at home. When the flowers are in full bloom, this plant can be a beautiful decoration in the room.

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Author        : Rieka

Editor        : Munawaroh

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