28 May 2024, Read Time : 6 Min

Simple & Budget-Friendly Pooja Room Decoration Ideas for Happy Homes

An Indian house is incomplete without a pooja room. Many dream of having a dedicated pooja room in their dream home. This special corner is the source of positivity and spirituality. However, in modern times, a pooja room is more than just a sacred space. People seek innovative ideas to design and decorate this area where daily prayers and offerings take place.

Are you one of those scrolling the internet for the latest pooja room designs, room floor tiles, and solutions for small pooja room designs? Don’t worry!

We bring you some special pooja room decoration ideas which are easy and budget-friendly. So, get creative and use these tips to design your pooja room interior.

Examine the Space

Whether you have a large, dedicated pooja area in your house or a small pooja room, the design relies on the available space. Look around, whether it’s an open pooja space, a room, a private corner, or a closed almirah arrangement. To help you focus and pray in peace each day, choose a quiet part of the house that is distant from your primary living space. Given that the northeast corner of the house is considered to be the most auspicious and positive area, it is said in Vastu Shastra to set up the pooja room there.

Theme of the Pooja House

Once the space is finalised, it’s time for the theme. These days, people have started upscaling their pooja room decor with a sleek finish, rose gold work, and pastel colours, which means a Western touch can be seen in this space as well. However, some still prefer traditional designs with wooden elements, golden strips, floral designs, and brass idols.

The Right Tile Selection for the Pooja Room

Tiles give a whole new vibe to the pooja room interior, its wall and floor, so choose them wisely. This space needs something that instantly enhances the look and feel of the area. So, white-coloured tiles with patterns or traditional elements such as this one; OHG Statuario Brass Bell HL, odg-rhomboid-creama will do the job.

Select tiles that are not just beautiful but also easy to clean and maintain, since the pooja room will be cleaned on an almost regular basis. For the floor, you can go white nu-seawave-white, nu-canto-creama, natural-rotowood-silver etc. There are numerous brands available on the market, but Orientbell Tiles stands out for its diverse and high-quality offerings. They have beautiful designs in marble, granite, and ceramic tiles in lovely colours. Along with giving your pooja room a fresh look, these tiles will make sure it maintains its classiness.

Why choose Orientbell Tiles?

Orientbell Tiles offers a tile range specially designed for your Pooja room that is not just modern but also elegant, durable, and easy to maintain. Whether you prefer the luxurious look of marble, the robustness of granite, the versatility of ceramic, or the traditional charm of ethnic patterns, Orientbell Tiles has something to suit every need.

Types of Tiles Offered by Orientbell for Pooja Rooms

Tiles with Cultural Hints

Ceramic Tiles offer timeless beauty and elegance. Orientbell Tiles offers a stunning range of ceramic tiles in Swastik, Om, and Ganesha designs. For instance,  OHG Songket Swastik Om HL, and OHG Rhomboid Lord Ganesha HL will look beautiful when added to the walls of your pooja room. 

They come in various shades of white, cream, and beige, which are perfect for creating a serene and peaceful pooja room. Orientbell Tiles offers ceramic tiles that are perfect for creating both contemporary and traditional pooja room aesthetics. These tiles feature motifs and designs inspired by Indian architecture, adding a rich cultural element to the décor.

Colours for the Pooja Room

It very rarely happens that people go with darker tones for their pooja room, as they overpower other elements. So, light colours are highly recommended for pooja rooms because they allow the focus to be on God and reflect light, making the space look larger and more open. Without a second thought, go with shades like off-white since they symbolise purity and calm, cream, pastels, and baby pink, with a hint of golden for elegance and softness.

In addition to selecting the right colours, plan how you will decorate the walls of the pooja room. You can consider religious hand paintings, e.g., Rama Darbar, the Mahabharata, and Radha-Krishna, which can significantly enhance the spiritual ambience. These artistic elements not only beautify the space but also add value to it. If not these, choose the pieces of art based on your personal preferences and the deities you worship, making the space uniquely yours.

Do not miss adding beautiful floral torans and small hanging ornaments, religious symbols or mantras, and wind chimes to your pooja room. They can simply elaborate on the look and feel of the area.

Pooja Room for Small Space

For all those years, you might have put off designing your pooja room, thinking it was too small to showcase any creativity. But with a bit of effort and planning, you can do wonders in this area with whatever space you have. Using clever strategies and designs can help you utilise the space to create a beautiful pooja room.

One way you can save a lot of space is by using wall-mounted shelves. These shelves can be mounted to any corner and are necessary to hold your lamps, arti books, lota, and other pooja essentials without taking up any floor space. Despite arranging it plainly, you can exercise some creativity and place the shelves in an aesthetically pleasing manner, ensuring that everything you need for your daily rituals is within easy reach.

For sitting purposes, buy some portable stools and pooja rugs that can be folded once the use is over. This approach helps keep the area uncluttered and organised.

Mirror for Illusion

This is a great trick to create the illusion of a larger space when the area is compact. You can consider placing a mirror behind the mandir unit to make it look spacious and airy. Mirrors add a touch of elegance and give an upscale look to the area. It also adds a bit of a Western element along with traditional designs in the pooja room. The next step is to add lighting. Soft, warm lights, or maybe wall lamps with pale golden shades, can instantly make the ambience look calmer and more inviting. You can also add string lights or LED strips, which look breathtakingly beautiful and are readily available on the market.

New Age Pooja Room

A new-age pooja room is all about sleek design to keep things simple and functional. A minimalist pooja room is where less is more. Neutral shades and clean lines are the keys here. Add elements like lamps, LED lights, brass objects, vases, and simple wall hangings to make the space less crowded. LED lighting is very important in contemporary design. So, you can use LED strips to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Also Read: 13 Indian Style Pooja Room Design Ideas


So, start planning to design your pooja room with all the tricks and tips you read in this blog. With the right tiles from Orientbell—ceramic tiles with cultural motifs or contemporary designs—you can elevate the ambience of your pooja room. Let your creativity flow naturally to build a spiritual space that encourages devotion and tranquillity in your pooja area. 

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Mannika Mitra

Mannika Mitra brings a wealth of experience to her role as Digital Content and Marketing Manager at Orientbell Tiles, having been associated with the company for the past 5 years. With a total of 12 years in the industry, Mannika holds an Arts degree from Delhi University and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. Her journey has seen her excel as a digital producer at esteemed news agencies like ANI, NDTV, and Hindustan Times.

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