Merely walking into a room decorated with houseplants can feel like a breath of fresh air. Research confirms this isn’t just a feeling. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency states that indoor air is often 2-5 times more polluted than outdoor air due to toxic emissions found in household items. Yet, a NASA study shows that houseplants can purify up to 87% of indoor air within 24 hours. Plants absorb harmful toxins, leaving your air crisp and clean. Go ahead, breathe vibrant new life into your space by adding nature’s purifier. We recommend starting with one of our favorite go-to plants: The Charleston. It requires little light and water. Just know it's not pet-friendly, so keep it out of reach from your furry friends.