Pilea Peperomioides are known for their unusual, dome-like shape. They have large, round, coin-like leaves that grow from the end of long stems and connect to one central trunk. If Pilea Peperomioides are evenly rotated, they will develop the round orb-like shape that these plants are known for. The full, lush greenery of the pilea is dependent on lots of indirect light. Medium or bright indirect light are best and will help the pilea maintain its vivid green leaves and also help promote new growth. Direct light should be avoided as this can burn the leaves.
Water your Pilea peperomioides houseplant when the top several inches of the soil are dry to the touch. When it's time to water, make sure to saturate the soil and let the water drain through the pot. The stems may droop when the plant is dehydrated, and if you water it right away the leaves should perk back up.
It's completely normal for the pilea to need less water during the winter. Continue to monitor the soil and water when the soil feels dry.