"The Peace Lily plant grows in dark places" - This isn't completely wrong, but it's a misleading myth. Many plants will be reasonably happy in darker places but this is ultimately confusing a surviving plant with one that would positively thrive in different conditions.
The Peace Lily is no different. If you put it in a bright spot without direct sunlight, growth will be more rapid and robust compared to a plant being grown a dark place. Of course if you do choose to grow it in a darker area in your home, as the common stereotype states, it will survive, adapt and grow (albeit slowly).
If you're looking to fill such a void then you could do far worse than this plant. It has lush green foliage and a clever trick to let you know when it needs watering, if conditions are favorable you will get tall brilliant white flowers several times a year which seem to float above the plant like mini clouds. And speaking of Flowers, let's take a look at the second most common question we get asked.
"How do I get my Peace Lily to bloom again?" is the next most frequently asked question - A well cared for Spathiphyllum can be expected to produce several flowers a year. When we say several we really do mean several, as in one to three flowers at any one time.
More numerous blooms are rare and it's almost impossible to achieve at home no matter how great your care. It's a commonly asked question because most people have brought a Peace Lily from a shop when it's literally surrounded by blooms. They last for several months before eventually going green and then dying off, then when the same number of flowers don't return in the future, people automatically assume they're doing something wrong care wise. You're not.