Wow, we're absolutely blown away by the beauty of this variegated Rhaphidophora tetrasperma! We don't get to see these unusual plants too often, but when we do it is always special. Though they're uncommon and harder to find, the care for them is not going to be too different than caring for a non-variegated tetrasperma. We have found because of their variegation, they do grow a bit slower than a non-variegated plant.
These would be happiest in a bright filtered light. When repotting use a semi-coarse soil medium. Water when the top 2"-3" of soil drys out, roughly once a week. For best growth results, these would prefer something to climb up like a moss pole.