In nature, mushrooms grow in the cool, moist areas of the forest where they are sheltered from the weather and wind, so it's best to find a place like this in your house or backyard.
Many people say to grow your mushrooms in the bathroom as it's an area that often has humidity from showers. While this can be good, airflow is also important and small enclosed spaces can cause your mushrooms to suffer from lack of oxygen.
We recommend placing your grow kit on your kitchen bench, out of direct sunlight. This will allow you to check on them daily and serve as a reminder to spray your grow kit regularly to keep humidity high.
Keep it out of wind or away from heaters which can cause it to dry out.
It's also a good idea not to place your grow kit next to potted plants or soil as these harbour other fungi, moulds and fungus gnats which can contaminate your kit.