I have a Maidenhair Fern hanging in my bathroom; so far so good - it's taking me longer to kill this one than previous ones! They are just so darned sensitive - watering one day too soon is lethal; drying out for 5 minutes is lethal.
What other plants can cope with indoor light for the longhaul, that are maybe a bit easier than Maidenhairs?
Of all the bathrooms I've visited in my life(!) I'd say mine gets 7 out of 10 for brightness - no skylight, but the window light is probably sufficient for very low light plants.
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Pothos. Can't kill it; no such thing as too much shade; great hanger and the varigation adds a touch of light color. Roots in a glass of water over the sink; make as many as you want... Spider plants, although a bit out of fashion (which is why I don't bother with fashion), work great in lower light, but they'll reach... Selaginella is a fern ally that might work; it likes moisture above all things and what better room?