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By Heather Rhoades Putting plants in your bathroom is not only possible, but is also an excellent way to dress up your bathroom. Bathrooms are oftentimes the perfect environment for tropical houseplants. Their typically low light and high humidity are ideal for many houseplants. Let’s look at plants for your bathroom, even plants for bathroom…


High Humidity Buttercream Icing Recipe - Summer's high humidity can make your icing and piped decorations wilt and droop. This buttercream recipe will help them stay fresh and pretty and combat high humidity!


Ethel admits to having the occasional problem with "frizz" in Houston's high humidity and heat. But I rather like the look. ~ Houston Foodlovers


uPVC roof windows are perfect for high humidity rooms, such as kitchen and bathrooms. Not only are they stylish, durable and waterproof, they're virtually maintenance-free. More


Check out this 'Tea-rrarium'! Choose small succulents and use basic potting mix. Tweezers will help with placement. Just be sure to leave the top off regularly to let the air circulate. Succulents don't like humidity.


If there is some sort of garden centre/botanical garden that we could ask to go to, we could do some cool greenery/flowery shots but more fine-art than high fashion with a lot of postproduction


The Siam Hotel.... Bangkok

from Etsy

Shawl pin, scarf pin, brooch, Copper and matte etched agate wire wrap shawl pin "First sprout"

Smaller shawl pin on simple side featuring tender green etched agate. It measures about 2 1/2 in length. Brooch is light weight and versatile. Like all of my items it is completely hand shaped, hammered, oxidized and hand polished. ***Metal has bare finish, so some darkening will occur with time, so the best way to keep it away from moisture. and high humidity. However shine can be restored by polishing with jewelry polishing cloth. ***It will arrive in zip lock bag with anti tarnishing…


Maidenhair Fern-in the bathroom, low light ok, moisure, humidity. I have been looking everywhere for this plant but couldn’t think of the name of it!


Streptocarpus 'Paula' another gorgeous British hybrid that I never see offered in the US