We understand that not everyone has an extra room at home that they can convert into a pooja room. But, you still want a dedicated space for your pooja unit, don’t you? Opting for some wall mandir design ideas would be the ideal solution for you.
Ready to start designing your very own holy corner? All you need is some free wall space and you’re set! Take a look at these beautiful space-saving mandir designs that can be accommodated in the most compact of homes.
Wall Mandir Design #1: Wrapped in Wallpaper
Let your wall do the talking with this subtle and serene wallpaper on your “pooja wall”, if we can call it that. If you are someone who loves plants and greenery, then you will love this pretty idea for you wall-mounted pooja unit. Just add some bells and mount your deities on a wooden ledge to create your very own pooja corner.
Wall Mandir Design #2: Versatile Unit for Any Room
When it comes to wall-mounted pooja units, literally any style of interiors will work. A minimalist wooden pooja unit with a spot light on top and a drawer attached to it (for your pooja samagri), should be sufficient. You will be left with free floor space and a lot of wall space to hang frames and photos of the gods and goddesses you revere.
Wall Mandir Design #3: Jaali Panel for a Touch of Class
Who says your wall-mounted pooja unit needs to be dull and boring? While wood is the best choice for your wall hung unit, you can install a jaali panel at the back, to give it a designer twist. For additional space, you can have tiny shelves on either side and place small idols on them.
Wall Mandir Design #4: Elegant Design for the Beam Wall
Personally our favourite idea for a wall-mounted pooja unit, this one is a sure winner! This pooja unit gives the illusion of a complete structure, with wooden slats that appear like a dome and a base with drawers that takes care of storage. Two lovely brass bells that complement the wood, and your pooja corner is complete!
Wall Mandir Design #5: In Scandinavian Style
When you have a Scandinavian theme going around your home, your pooja corner should be in line. A traditional pooja unit with a carved out structure, sitting atop a wall-mounted base unit will work just fine. This compact pooja unit can find a place in any corner at home.
Wall Mandir Design #6: A Cosy Corner For Your Deities
An intricate jaali panel behind the idol exudes a pure divine vibe like no other. And if the panel is back-lit, then it’s a bonus! One wooden shelf underneath and your pooja corner is ready.
Wall Mandir Design #7: For Less is More
Can a pooja unit get any simpler and minimalistic than this one? This wall-mounted pooja unit is ideal for your foyer or the gallery at home. Decorate it the way you want to, or keep it simple with just idols and basic samagri.
Wall Mandir Design #8: Colour Blocked
You can go a little elaborate, even with a wall-mounted pooja unit. Use the wall as an accent wall and create a wonderful design around it. Red or yellow are good colours to be used for a wall like this. Install a basic unit with open and closed storage to keep things organised.
Wall Mandir Design #9: That Goes Neatly Into a Niche
Do you have a wall niche in any of the rooms at home? Do not treat it as wasted space. You can create a wonderful pooja corner in this niche. All you need to do is paint the wall in a bright colour and install a simple ledge. Hang a pretty pendant light and see your pooja corner glow!
Wall Mandir Design #10: Go Vertical to Maximise Space
Why waste the space above your crockery unit when you can put it to good use? You can easily utilise that wall space to make a compact pooja corner, complete with wall-mounted shelves and bells for effect!
Wall Mandir Design #11: Contemporary Coin Shaped for a Modern Home
Another great idea for the foyer, this halo-like pooja unit will instantly win you brownie points from your guests. It’s a great way to give them a warm welcome. This is surely one of the most stylish pooja units out there!
So, now that you have gone through this list of wall-mounted pooja units, you know how to save up on floor space. Everyone can have a dedicated “pooja zone” at home now!
Also, take a look at this collection of wooden pooja units. You will love it!
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