I brought this plant and it didn't have a name or instructions attached to it as other ones they sell. Would anyone know what kind of plant this is and how to maintain it? It's really pretty and I would hate for it to die due to ignorance.
What you have is "Marble Queen" Pothos, a variegated variety of Pothos, Epipremnum aureum. This is a very easy to maintain houseplant. It is also quite easy to propagate.
Please refer to the internet where extensive information on maintenance is available. Low to moderate light, moist soil and very occasional fertilization is all that is usually needed. I'd definitely keep the plant away from pets.
FYI, I grow this outdoors in Zone 9B in a very shaded area.
I'm not sure this is Epipremnum (Pothos), I'm wondering if it might be Peperomia obtusifolia variegata.The leaves on Peperomia are thicker or more fleshy with a more generally rounded shape, whereas Epripremnum has more consistently pointed, heart shaped leaves. Image and info:
Now you've added more pics, the way that longer stem curls back on itself means it has to be Epipremnum - but I'm pretty sure its not Marble Queen. Could be 'Pearls and Jade', a newer sport from Marble Queen, or even Epipremnum N'Joy, though the two are remarkably similar in appearance - image of E. N'joy in link below. Both these varieties are said to be more compact than others. Either way it's an Epipremnum, common name Pothos. Relatively easy to care for, does not appear to need higher light levels than the plain green version, retaining its coloration well in shade. They're not too keen on direct sunlight, so a position in bright to medium light should be fine. Water liberally spring through to end of summer, but allow the potting medium to dry out slightly between waterings - just so it's a little dry to the touch, but not so dry it's shrunk from the sides of the pot.
Also looks like it'll need repotting next spring, there's a lot of plant compared to size of pot. If you lived next door, I'd be nipping a cutting or two of that, it's a little beauty - never seen it here in the UK - yet.