Hanging Basket Pothos Scindapsus
Even though these are called Pothos, these are not actual Pothos! The scientific name is Scindapsus pictus. As opposed to a glossy finish on a regular Pothos (genus Epripremnum), this has a satin finish on the front of the leaves, which its name is derived from.
The plant has a certain iridescence when you hold it to the light and some judiciously placed silver flecking that splays towards the edges of the leaf. It's also a shingling plant, meaning not only its stem, but its leaves hug the tree that it's growing on. This can be replicated on a roughed-up board, moss pole, or any other surface it can get traction to cling upon.
A lot of people are either quick to overlook foliage plants or are chasing after more elusive subjects, but I firmly believe that Scindapsus is more interesting than those it is usually grouped with. This plant is one of the most common on this list, so check around your local nursery, grocery store, or big box store, and it shouldn't be too hard to find.