With homes getting smaller due to the space crunch, accommodating each and every segment of home interiors sometimes become a tedious and hectic task. Especially, when it comes to the Pooja Room or unit, everyone wants to create a private space that is free from the rest of the home clutter. However, the big question is, how? As per the interior designing world, these days the best way to separate your sacred space with other rooms is to create a niche wall. With a little bit of creativity, you can incorporate the idols easily in this space and change it into a compact pooja room. Take a look at these Pooja Room Design Ideas:
These days a divider or a partition is very much in trend. It can easily separate a small space so that you can utilize a differentiated area accordingly. Same goes for the pooja unit too. You can create a niche wall by incorporating a wooden panel or divider thereby developing a small yet private pooja room.
Traditional Jali Boundary
You can also create a niche wall using the traditional jail frame made up of white stone. Such type of pooja unit also adds a traditional appeal to the room where it is incorporated.
Highlight with Wallpaper
Wallpapers are the best elements to highlight a plane boring wall. Then, why not use it to separate your sacred space with it. Use golden or traditional wallpaper base and create a boundary using a wooden panel. Place the idol on a stone base and highlight it using a spotlight.
Utilising the Corners
Corners are the most underrated space in a home. Most of the time due to less knowledge, this space is not used properly. So, why not create your sacred space here. You can also install wardrobes below them to keep pooja accessories and other important materials.
Boundary with Bells
Bells in your pooja unit create a mesmerizing effect in your overall home. So, you can incorporate a niche wall with the help of these bells. You can also add storage units below the idol.