Peperomia caperata are fairly easy to maintain as house plants. They don't grow very tall and have vibrant colors that last. They do enjoy humidity, although will do relatively okay indoors. When watering, be sure to allow the top part of the soil to dry out. They also respond well to being watered by placing them in a tray and watering from below.
This variety has a red base color with silver brushes on the raised part of their crinkled leaves.
General Peperomia Care Tips:
Light: Bright indirect light.
Water: Allow soil to mostly dry before giving it a deep watering. Most peperomias do not like soggy soil, or drying out too much.