The best reason to get this plant is that it eats dust! Yes, it does! can remove mild airborne contaminants and chemicals from the air. This is one of the reasons why you will see this plant in most South Korean homes (if you love watching Korean dramas). It is also aesthetically pleasing and can be matched with coco shells, rattan or bamboo.
Light: Bright, indirect
Water: Thoroughly wet your Tillandsia 2-3 times per week; more often in a hot, dry environment; less often in a cool, humid one.
Mounting your Tillandsia
Tillandsias can be grown basically anywhere, on rocks, in a seashell or on coral, in ceramic or pottery, attached to wood (not pressure treated wood this is impregnated with copper, and copper will kill your plant). When considering what you are going to do with your plant don't forget that you have to be able to water it and it has to be placed somewhere that it will get sufficient light.
Try not to put Tillandsias in containers that hold water, they need to dry out. If you do place your plant in something that holds water, empty out the excess after watering your plant. The same thing applies when mounting your plant. Do not surround your plant with Moss. It will hold too much water and will rot your plant.