Spanish Moss drying up indoors
I have a rather large piece of Spanish Moss that I keep indoors. I've had it for about a year, and used to keep it in front of a bathroom window which seemed to satisfy it's humidity and light requirements. However, I moved a few months ago and my new bathroom has no window. I placed it in front of a window in another room, and it seemed to be doing ok with copious amounts of misting. However, now that the heat is on for the winter, it has become very dry and I'm not sure quite how to take better care of it.
It hangs over a table with several plants with pebble trays, which doesn't seem to help. I don't own a humidifier, though I am curious if putting one in the room would negatively affect some succulents I have growing by another window. Another crazy idea I had was bringing the Spanish Moss into the bathroom every time I took a shower so as to take advantage of all the moisture.