In This Article
- #1: A Jaali Pooja Room for the Perfect Desi Touch
- #2: Traditional South Indian-style Home Temple Design
- #3: One That Fits Into Your Wardrobe
- #4: A Private Glass Pooja Room
- #5: Stunning Pooja Room Designs That Fit Into a Niche
- #6: A Pooja Room With a Collapsible Partition
- #7: A Wooden Pooja Room Will Always be a Winner!
- #8: A Pristine White Mandir Unit
- #9: Wall-mounted Pooja Units That are Perfect for Small Apartments
- #10: A Separate Space for Your Pooja Room
- #11: Mandir Unit in the Vastu-approved Colour Green
- #12: Minimal Pooja Room Designs
- #13: A Modern Mandir Design for Contemporary Homes
- #14: A Marble Pooja Room That is Rooted in Tradition
- #15: The One Reminiscent of a Temple
- #16: A Mandir Unit With Kashmiri Motifs
- #17: Serene Outdoor Mandir Units
- #18: A Pooja Unit in the Kitchen
- #19: Home Temple Design With an Ornate Set of Doors
- #20: A Pooja Unit That Doubles as a Display Shelf
- #21: A Mandir Unit With Storage for the Holy Samagri
- #22: A Highly Customised Pooja Unit
- How Can Livspace Help You?
We all craved some peace and serenity, especially during the difficult times that we all faced during the multiple waves of the pandemic. No wonder that you, our readers, loved reading about pooja room designs in the year that went by. A well-designed mandir at home can attract and retain peaceful vibes in your home. Here are our favourite pooja room designs that you loved!
#1: A Jaali Pooja Room for the Perfect Desi Touch
What we love: The pure white jaali doors offer privacy when this modern mandir design is not in use. At the same time, the use of jaali instead of a solid material ensures the view of the mandir isn’t blocked.
#2: Traditional South Indian-style Home Temple Design
What we love: This traditional mandir design is reminiscent of temples in South India. The ornate gopura roof not only looks stunning but is also vastu-friendly, making it one of the best pooja room designs.
#3: One That Fits Into Your Wardrobe
What we love: This modern mandir design is perfect for small apartments when you just don’t have the extra space for a separate unit. We can never have enough of multifunctional furniture like this one!
#4: A Private Glass Pooja Room
What we love: A glass pooja room can be very versatile, giving you the look you desire, be it modern or traditional. This mandir is a cut above the rest as it gives absolute privacy along with space where you can sit and meditate.
#5: Stunning Pooja Room Designs That Fit Into a Niche
What we love: Have you ever seen a mandir unit that takes up so little space? A pooja unit in a niche is perfect for small apartments. This makes it to the list of best pooja room designs for one big reason — the partition. The wooden partition maintains design continuity with the mandir while also providing some privacy.
#6: A Pooja Room With a Collapsible Partition
What we love: The collapsible partition ensures absolute privacy while the jaali design adds a desi touch. This pooja room design is perfect for homeowners who want a private pooja room but don’t have the space for a door.
#7: A Wooden Pooja Room Will Always be a Winner!
What we love: Wooden pooja room designs usually look quite traditional but we love the modern design of this one. The sleek and intricate jaali design gives this unit a minimal and elegant look. Hanging bells add an aura of divinity.
#8: A Pristine White Mandir Unit
What we love: Pearly white pooja rooms attract positive energy and this one is as divine as it gets! This pure white mandir design for home with intricate gold mouldings and glitter enhance the design while keeping the entire look classic.
#9: Wall-mounted Pooja Units That are Perfect for Small Apartments
What we love: Space should never be a concern in getting the mandir unit of your dreams! This sleek wall-mounted pooja unit is the best solution for small apartments where there is no extra space for a pooja room. We love how the burgundy accent wall makes the gold mandir unit pop.
#10: A Separate Space for Your Pooja Room
What we love: Some of us are lucky enough to have a separate space for a pooja room. This pristine white mandir is classy, traditional and elegant. If you have a separate pooja room, ensure you have a set of doors, which is a vastu mandate for pooja room designs.
#11: Mandir Unit in the Vastu-approved Colour Green
What we love: Green symbolises life, nature and harmony. Moreover, green is a vastu-approved colour for the pooja room. The soothing green wallpaper creates a peaceful aura around this home temple design. The addition of plants adds to the look.
#12: Minimal Pooja Room Designs
What we love: Minimal pooja room designs are all the rage these days! We love that this simple and sleek design can fit in anywhere in your home. While the design in itself is quite minimal, the ornate hanging bells add a temple-like touch.
#13: A Modern Mandir Design for Contemporary Homes
What we love: Most of us live in modern apartments and want a mandir design that fits in with the rest of the home. The glass and grid-like pattern make this a contemporary pooja room design that will look great in urban apartments.
#14: A Marble Pooja Room That is Rooted in Tradition
What we love: You can never go wrong with a marble mandir unit! Here, we love how the backdrop, and not the pooja unit, is the star of the show. The intricate jaali backdrop with ‘Om’ etched on it looks perfect with the minimal marble pooja counter and frame.
#15: The One Reminiscent of a Temple
What we love: A home temple design rooted in tradition, this mandir is for those who love all things traditional. While the jaali doorway makes this pooja room look like a grand temple, the floral decor just adds to the beauty. Also, notice the unique low seating tools.
#16: A Mandir Unit With Kashmiri Motifs
What we love: We showed you a South Indian-style temple and now it’s time for a gorgeous Kashmiri design! This is one of our favourite pooja room designs as it fits into a corner and takes up minimum space. The Kashmiri-style motifs around the frame are not only unique but also look elegant and refined.
#17: Serene Outdoor Mandir Units
What we love: We can’t get over this outdoor mandir unit, something we have rarely come across! While the pooja unit is quite simple, the surrounding stone walls with niches, greenery and cobblestones create a zen aura.
#18: A Pooja Unit in the Kitchen
What we love: Pooja room designs that are meant for the kitchen are not a very common sight. But believe it or not, vastu rules allow placing your pooja unit in the kitchen. The special thing about this pooja unit is how it blends in with the rest of the kitchen, the colour palette matching the upper cabinets. The side mirrors not only add to the aesthetics but also make the space look bigger.
#19: Home Temple Design With an Ornate Set of Doors
What we love: As per vastu, your home temple design needs a door to maintain privacy and keep out impurities. This mandir door design is intricate and captivating! The double set of doors ensures the sacred space remains private. The ornate designs are reminiscent of traditional Indian temples.
#20: A Pooja Unit That Doubles as a Display Shelf
What we love: It’s amazing what can be achieved when good design meets smart solutions! This unit is actually a display shelf. However, instead of just using it for displaying your mementoes, you can also use all or part of it as a mandir unit. Such pooja room designs are a very effective solution for compact apartments.
#21: A Mandir Unit With Storage for the Holy Samagri
What we love: This modern mandir design comes with ample storage to store all the samagri and the frosted-glass shutters ensure privacy. However, the genius of the design is the jaali on the sides and top, which allow the fumes of the akhandjyoth to escape and not get trapped in the interiors.
#22: A Highly Customised Pooja Unit
What we love: This sleek mandir unit is part of a Mumbai home that is only 500 sq. ft. big. In order to make the most of the compact space, our designer had to completely customise the design. A kitchen wall was knocked off to create a niche for this unit. Also, the vertical height ensured that the mandir ceiling reached the beam on top, which was required to hang the heavy Tibetan brass lamp.
These were the top pooja room designs of the year, and we hope they inspired you! If you want to look at more mandir unit designs, check out these 35+ serene pooja room designs.
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