I have three different air plants that I absolutely love!
Here is a photo of a couple that I put in a bowl of sea glass and shells I collected on the beach and had no idea what to do with so I threw them all together and it seemed to work
I also have one that bloomed stunningly last Summer and has since shot out 4-5 of pups that I'm hoping will eventually bloom like the parent plant.
There is a lot of mixed info out there on their care. You often hear that they will get all the water they need from the air. However, I was advised to submerge them in water and let them soak once a week for 30 min - 1 hour. I have found that they seem happier when I follow these instructions, but some weeks I forget. This also keeps them healthy if you go out of town (I soak them a little longer). One of them is kept near a Southern window so I try to particularly keep it hydrated and will mist it every other day with a spray bottle. they also seem to be particularly thirsty in the dry Winter.
Here's a link to site that recommends a similar watering process. https://www.airplantsupplyco.com/pages/air-plant-care
I've had mine for a few years now and the watering schedule seems to work well. They're funky little plants
I say go for it!