DIVINE POOJA ROOMS INTERIOR DESIGNING IDEAS
One very important aspect of the pooja space is that it needs to be absolutely clean so as to bring positive energy in the house. They say, “Cleanliness is Godliness”. Let’s keep the place neat and tidy. A small glass partition in the area to enclose the idols and make a small space in the room is a very nice idea. Placing different levels to keep the idols beautiful enhances the décor effectively
Get these beautiful pooja room design ideas for your home. If you have a big house, you can easily dedicated a corner. But, if you live in a small apartment where space is a luxury, then go for small mandaps or shelves that can easily be mounted on walls.
Even before deciding on the colour of the walls, Indian homeowners decide where they are going to place their deities in their new house so that they can feel blessed and peaceful.
But, if our bedrooms and bathrooms deserve a grand interior makeover, so should the pooja rooms. After all, this is the place we turn to during tough times, and it is the epicentre of positivity in our homes.
Whether you have a whole room or just a corner to spare, it’s easy to transform it into your very own sacred, and divine pooja room.
Here are some divine pooja room ideas for your new home:
1.Dedicate the entrance wall
If you have a big living room, you could transform one of the walls into your pooja space by changing up the walls and placing deity’s idol. Metal diyas at both ends and a copper pooja plate would be a great addition.
2. Use a corner of the house
If you do not have too much area in the house, you can set up your pooja room in the living room corner. While wood might be a common choice for partitioning, glass would look way more elegant. A temple bell on top will give a great ethnic touch to the area.
3. Transform a whole room into your meditation centre
If you have an extra room in the house, then you can transform it into your own pooja room. It doesn’t have to be too big, after all, most of the time, it will just be you and your family. It’s important to choose soothing colours and lighting, so that you can feel the peace and contentment, as soon as you enter the room.
4. Transform a storage room
If you have a storage room in the house which you don’t use as much, turn that into your own divine pooja room. Again, the interior and lighting should be well coordinated so that it can give you a soothing feel. Glass doors are a great way to transform an average looking room.
5. Use a cabinet
This an ideal solution for apartments where there isn’t much place available—A living room cabinet design can be transformed into a pooja space. Temple bells can be added on top, and the drawer below can be used to store all the pooja-related items. You can put 2-3 shelves on top to place the deities. While there won’t be any sitting space in pooja cabinets, this is great for working individuals who are looking for less maintenance.This an ideal solution for apartments where there isn’t much place available—A living room cabinet can be transformed into a pooja space. Temple bells can be added on top, and the drawer below can be used to store all the pooja-related items. You can put 2-3 shelves on top to place the deities. While there won’t be any sitting space in pooja cabinets, this is great for working individuals who are looking for less maintenance.
6. Colour two-toned beauty
This Pooja corner colour idea is perfect for homes where the Pooja unit is built in between two walls. This way, you have two walls to choose colours for, and it’s best to choose different shades of the same colour.
7. Bells and cut outs
If you have the Pooja area built in a box-like design between two columns or in an alcove, fixing a partition wall with cut outs that don’t completely block the light works well in providing privacy to the area. You can accessorize with brass bells and spotlights, like in this image, to enhance the beauty of the Pooja space.