There's a bunch, so it'll be useful to have a little more detail; does the room receive direct sunlight, bright diffused light, or little light? Estimate of dry vs humid conditions?
A peace lily (Spathiphyllum floribundum
) is a classic recommendation, easy to find in stores and fairly easy to keep alive. Prefers shady/indirect sunlight and moist-ish soil.
Spider plants (Chlorophytum
) do well in direct sunlight (they actually need it to maintain their coloring, like most variegated plants) and are easy to replicate off of the spiderlets.
Pothos (Epipremnum aureum
) does well in shady/diffuse lighting and grows, uh, profusely. It's a trailing vine so I use it to cover the edges of bookcases and such - it'll keep growing out until whenever you cut the end of a vine.>>21
That's cool, like a living canopy?