While designing the interiors for your urban home, finding the perfect spot for your mandir or pooja room can be a bit challenging. At Livspace, we acknowlege that while space can be a constraint in urban homes, that should not get in the way of meeting your lifestyle needs. Here are some pooja room designs – modern, traditional and transitional aesth- made especially for our clients to suit their needs and home interiors. Take a look at our collection to be inspired with a fresh outlook for your mandir design.

Pooja Room Design #1
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This modern design in dark wooden laminate occupies a corner of the house and comes equipped with ample storage for pooja samagri. Decorate it with lamps and drapes in gold and copper tones to embellish the zone.

Pooja Room Design #2 
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Built into a niche, this pooja unit has been given a floral wallpaper background with focus lights for the deities. Its simple, compact and efficient design can be replicated in most urban homes.

Pooja Room Design #3
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Don’t have a lot of space to spare? Then this pooja room design is best for your home. It fits perfectly into a little niche while looking elegant.

Pooja Room Design #4
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This pooja unit with a backlit jaali panel adds a certain style and serenity to the space. The deities have been mounted beautifully on a platform.

Pooja Room Design #5
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This design is the most compact one of the collection. With a small cabinet and a jaali background, it can be mounted on any available wall space. Add a couple of hanging brass lamps to make it more divine.

Pooja Room Design #6
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If you have a lot of room in your home, then opt for this flamboyant pooja room design. With printed tiles for a backdrop, a frosted shutter cabinet for samagri and a simple display, it’s a divine corner your guests will be jealous of.

Pooja Room Design #7
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Niches can get a designer touch too! Take a look at this stone-finish grey laminate that adorns the walls of this niche. It blends seamlessly into the home that’s done up in grey and white. This way, a design can be customised to blend with your home decor. Also, check out this Vastu-compliant 3BHK in Bengaluru.

Pooja Room Design #8
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Ornate, whimsically white and set apart, this pooja room is every devotee’s dream. The white carved centre unit in a temple style is perfect for a home with traditional decor. Furthermore, this design fills a home with a divine vibe.

Pooja Room Design #9
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Want to keep it basic and modern? Opt for a wooden facade and combine it with a white jaali background. Additionally, brass bells and lamps have been added for embellishment.

Pooja Room Design #10
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If space is still a constraint, you can easily add a pooja space into a specially built niche in your wardrobe like the design above! Clearly, we’ve got solutions for all spaces. 

We hope this brand new collection has inspired you. However, if you still need ideas to do up your prayer zone, check out 10 Divine Pooja Room Designs for Urban Homes.

— editor@livspace.com