My general conditions are that plants are inside house for a few months of winter, than outside for the rest of the year. Heat is gas, per-room, so does not affect the humidity much, which stays relatively high during the cold season. Outside, there's brutal heat & oppressive humidity most of the rest of the year. Very low altitude, prolific dew most mornings. Some plants have spent the past couple winters in a just-above-freezing greenhouse, so I've not included experiences about those, which are not enough on which to base any kind of generalization.
My comments are not meant to disparage any plant, just relaying generalities I've seen over the years, mostly from people in USA, and my personal experiences in regard to the conditions I have available to offer. And of course, what I might consider similar, someone else might not. Visual interpretation is definitely totally subjective.
If one saw pencil cactus: Pencil Tree (Euphorbia tirucalli)
and loved the look but did not have a spot with significant amount of sun, various Rhipsalis are so similar: https://garden.org/plants/sear...
Dieffenbachias (dumbcase), generally, get more complaints about being fussy than Aglaonemas (Chinese evergreens.) I have found that to be true also, never kept a Dief alive for more than a few yrs, where A. modestum Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema modestum)
has been with me for decades, a stalwart but not variegated entity. There are red and pink-leaf styles of Ags out there, which Dief can't offer. A. commutatum has stripes instead of the solid mid-leaf variegation a Dief usually has:
The "elephant ear" style is available in various genera, some of which like more sun, some prefer to be in the shadows, depending on location. Colocasia, Alocasia, Xanthosoma, Caladium.
If one wants an ivy-like vine but Hedera helix (English ivy) English Ivy (Hedera helix)
keeps getting spider mites, a Hoya, Pothos, Philodendron, Cissus, or Syngonium might be enjoyable.
Fittonias (mosaic or nerve plants) https://garden.org/plants/sear...
often have hissy fits about imperfect conditions, but Hypoestes (polka dot) Polka Dot Plant (Hypoestes phyllostachya)
seems to have a wider range of acceptable conditions.
I don't recall ever seeing anyone show a pic of their really old Iresine (beefsteak or chicken gizzard) Bloodleaf (Iresine diffusa f. herbstii)
plant but it's often mistaken for Coleus Coleus (Coleus scutellarioides)
that are more commonly kept alive indefinitely in the house plant world.
I've found Hemigraphis (purple waffle) Purple Waffle Plant (Hemigraphis 'Exotica')
easier to please than Gynura (purple velvet) Purple Velvet Plant (Gynura aurantiaca 'Purple Passion')
Seemed easier & more visually informative to put links to database entries & searches with MANY pics than try to wade through my pics to find a display pic of each plant.