Pooja space is an indispensable part of any Indian home, big or small. But in modern homes, due to space constraint, it’s almost impossible to make separate provisions for pooja space. However, as we say ‘necessity is the mother of all invention’, our creative designers have figured out ways to accommodate the pooja space even in small homes in very innovative ways. In fact the beauty and elegance of the space will surprise you. Have a look at these serene and pious pooja spaces that will perfectly fit in your small home.
Less is more and less is divine! There is nothing elaborate here. A simple wooden table with marble top and drawers and mirror behind with carved leave motifs hanging from above giving it a temple look. It’s beautiful!
In small homes, having pooja room in living room is common. The trick is in making it look so beautiful that it enhances the beauty of the entire space and becomes a part of the décor. Brass lamps, hanging diyas and bells, stone clad corner and niches decorated with statues; it’s enchanting!
Here, a place for pooja has been created in the dining space. It’s simple wooden closet with marble top holding a marble statue. Hanging bells and patterns created by lights and shadow behind the statue looks amazing.
Every house has this challenging space, a niche in the wall. Why not accept the challenge and convert it into a beautiful and serene pooja space for the family. Keep it simple and pure and enjoy the divinity of the space during your daily ritual.
Half crockery unit and half temple, when the space is limited it’s wise to utilize every inch judiciously. To give it a temple look and make it different from the cupboard, the wall behind the traditional wooden temple is made of stone with yellow light shining above.
Pooja space designed to fit with the TV unit is kept simple and its simplicity is enhancing the elegance of the minimalist decoration of the room.
Market is flooded with wooden and stone temple is various size and design to suit your requirements. You can buy a temple from market or get it customized to suit the space. Here a traditional wooden temple standing beside the dining table of the home merges in the décor dominated by wood.
The space between the doors of the two rooms has been innovatively transformed into an elegant and elaborate pooja space. The beautiful carving on the doors hides behind a slim and simple pooja shelves holding the statues and pooja essentials.
The creator of the world doesn’t need a space to leave. But it is our love and faith that we want to build a home for God in our small home. You can have a pooja space even in half portion of a closet. Open it for your rendezvous with God.
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