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If you’re looking for a home temple design that can fit in any living room, then you have come to the right place. From intricate jaali designs on extravagant areas, to the modern mandirs befitting compact spaces, we have it all for you. However your style may be – simple or ornate, your living space can have room for all your tastes.
Just take a quick look at these stunning ideas and know it for yourself!
1: Mandir with Jaali
Do you love the idea of having jaali panels for your pooja unit? We might have the perfect idea for you! Although this design looks like the go-to choice for any living room, it is the best for the one with a TV unit that flaunts its fine wood surface. Since lattices are conventionally famous in laminate or wood materials, this white-wood pooja unit can just score high on aesthetic value. The functionally-responsive drawers can be utilised to store pooja samagri, chandhan, kumkum and all your pooja essentials. Poojas can now become a stationary ritual and you wouldn’t have to run in the last minute to get the haldi
2: Carved Wooden Home Temple Design
If you find a corner in your living room that is left empty, then it’s time to utilise that space for introducing some divine vibes. Place a compact pooja corner unit with delicately-crafted jaali work and a traditional dome. Make sure you have a soft focus light on the inside, so that this corner illuminates in style. The home’s elders will be delighted to see the rich craftsmanship in jaali that reminds them of their tradition and age-old devotion.
3: Modern Pooja Room Designs
Are you someone who loves a Sleek Scandinavian Style and Divine Mandir space at the same time? Do you think serene pooja units won’t fit your sassy international taste in interiors? Well, think again. You can turn even a simple wall niche into a small Mandir, when you introduce an aesthetic base unit and beautiful lights like this one. Make sure you stick to clean lines and choose from the neutral colour palette.
Your living room will now have the Mandir of the Modern times.
4: The Mandir on the Wall
Most Indian homes have at least one wall in the living room that is not being fully utilised. Did you find it in your home? Congratulations, you’ve just found the right spot to place your deity. (Even Vastu experts suggest this!) Take a look at this enchanting design that has a simple, low-height base unit that is compartmentalized with drawers. Adorn them with brass bells that add glitter & good vibes to this otherwise neglected corner.
Your room corners can now become the centre of attention.
5: Mandir Designs for Hall
Now, how about a room-in-room concept? If you have a convertible space in your living room that can become a pooja corner, you’re in luck. A beautifully-carved marble unit with matching dividers can be more than perfect for this setting. This can make a full-fledged pooja room possible within an open living room design.
You can now peacefully perform poojas in the dedicated space.
6: Mandir Design for Small Flats
If your space is small, go for the corners. Get an ornate, karighar-made pooja unit in traditional first-grade wood, to adorn the space. Do not forget to highlight this area with accent lights and lustrous brass bells suspended from the wall.
Your family and friends can’t miss complimenting this beauty.
7: Decorating Your Home Temple
A pooja corner that’s stark and simple at the same time, is a winner in any living room. If you want to place your mandir against a plain wall, consider adding a veneer panel as the backdrop with matching wooden base unit to create a grand visual. Complete the look with shimmering lamps on either side with tiny diyas encircling the unit, to add to the richness.
Your home can now be perfect the grand pooja celebrations that you always wanted to host.
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8: Mandir Design with Door
The pooja corner in your living room doesn’t have to be open all the time. You can introduce a veil-like cover to the enviably beautiful space. This is a wonderful idea for everyone who likes to have an elaborate pooja room. Try adding colourful glass doors along with a wooden door with bells and see the magic happen.
All your pooja guests can now go wow during this festive season!
9: Display Unit that Doubles Up as a Home Temple
This is a simple idea for people who are not highly religious, but still like having a few idols in their living room. Such a modern devotee’s choice would be a display-cum-pooja unit like this one that is ideal for placing beautiful idols with traditional rich-and-decorative items alongside. More over, these ideas are perfect for people who want to have a prayer corner in the heart of their home.
Your family can now sense immense positivity within the space.
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