Sky Plant (Tillandsia ionantha), Pink Quill Plant (Tillandsia cyanea), and Mad Pupper (Tillandsia aeranthos bergeri) are some of the easiest air plants to grow as they are incredibly hardy and low-maintenance.
Use a spray bottle or plant mister to spritz air plants with water every day or two. Before putting it back in its decorative container or arrangement, place the damp air plant on a towel to dry for a few hours. If you over water, the plant will die.
Tillandsias prefer bright but indirect, filtered light as long as they get some light, either indirectly from a window source or artificially from full-spectrum fluorescent lights. Rooms with southern or eastern-facing windows are also good locations.
Air plants have a character for being simple to care for, and they are provided you follow their instructions. The first rule of air plants is that they cannot survive only on air. They require a lot of water. They will drown if you feed them too much water.