We love the leaves of a Moon Valley Pilea (Pilea Mollis) - which gets its name due to its texture resembling the moon's many craters and dimples.
It comes from Central and South America and will be happiest in bright, indirect light. Water it from beneath when the soil starts to dry, and give it a frequent misting.
It's a fairly small plant, so would work well on a table or window sill.
If it's leaves start to lose their vibrant colour, it could be too cold. Wilting leaves suggest it needs more water.