The bed is comfortable, pillows and blankets are cuddly and yet you lie awake and roll around. Often bad, stuffy air and CO² deficiency in the bedroom is a reason for sleepless nights.
Green air purifiers in the bedroom
It is always a good idea to air the room properly before going to bed, but in order to maintain a good, fresh indoor climate, it is advisable to place selected plants in the bedroom. Plants are superheroes when it comes to cleaning and filtering the air. They evaporate moisture and filter pollutants out of the air. Some plants even produce oxygen at night, which can even improve the quality of sleep.
In addition, plants are extremely decorative and create a pleasant room atmosphere. Especially in small, rather dark bedrooms, plants set pleasant accents. But not all plants are suitable for bedrooms: Some plants give off oxygen during the day, but at night they need it and extract it from the air. Also strongly scented plants can have a negative effect on our sleep.
So that you put up the right plants in the bedroom, we have put together a small list for you:
Also known as mother-in-law’s tongue, it is the most recommended bedroom plant. This robust plant emits CO² at night and removes common household poisons from the air.
The sleep classic. Lavender has a delicate fragrance and helps to reduce anxiety and stress. Lavender is also considered calming and sleep-promoting.
This easy-care plant releases oxygen at night and improves air quality. It does not require much attention and is therefore the perfect bedroom plant.