40 Best Temple-Mandir Design Ideas in Contemporary House

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40 best Mandir design ideas in Indian contemporary house

Pooja rooms or mandir or temple or prayer room are an integral part of Indian homes. But they are often neglected when it comes to the decor of the house.People fail to smoothly transition from traditional mandir designs to  modern prayer space. This space makes it an eyesore as it clashes with the rest of the modern house design,But the fusion of traditional temple and modern house leads to such pooja room which appeal to eye at the same is merging with contemporary look of the house.

Here is the collection of mandir designs or pooja room or prayer room or temple design with contemporary appeal, is just what every Indian house needs.

Courtyard House | Neogenesis + Studio 261

 

The basic building materials are kept in its natural form and texture to comprehend the naturality of flora.

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Designed By : Neogenesis + Studio 261

2. Swaram | Pavan Infratech

Most of our childhood is stored not in photos, but in certain articles,  gadgets, smells, textures, artifects & colour so with combination of all these knowledge, we played with planks in motion to provide space for a children to be designer of a Room.

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Designed By : Pavan Infratech

3. Apartment Interiors | Studio Synergy

On one side we have the sleek living room and on the other side is a small temple built in wood. The temple is positioned such that it is not the first element to catch your eye when you walk in, but it also acts as a focal point for the room.

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Designed By : Studio Synergy

4. Mangalam | JGP Consultants

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Designed By : JGP Consultants

5. Luxurious Residence | Kamal Kavita

The puja room is warm with a ‘warm white’ chandelier and distinct colored gray walls and veneered ceiling. A sense of vernacularism is achieved through the traditional floral gold leafing artwork done on the sober gray walls. The walls, in turn, bring the focus onto the articulated Corian temple that steals the show with a circular centralized pattern at the backdrop.

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Designed By : Kamal Kavita Interiors

6. An Earthy And Luxurious Villa | Utopia

A warm colour tone has been maintained in the room while the green plants infuse a hint of nature, life, and energy for more active and assertive environments.

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Designed By : Utopia

7. Clean Lines – Open Spaces | Sahaj Dzine

The mandir is designed with wooden block frames inscribed with small temple brass bells to create the jaali and classical alluring visuals. PU paint gives softness and serene ambience.

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Designed By : Sahaj Dzine

8. 3 BHK Traditional Abode | Mitesh Antala And Janaki Hakani

Hence the backdrop selected for the mandir was a pichvai richly featuring the lord. The wooden thamblis rightly placed, frames the space.

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Designed By : Mitesh Antala

9. Edgy Yet Graceful | DND Architects

To cater to a variety of family members, a small breakfast table finished in stone forms an elegant addition to the kitchen. Similarly, a place for worship and contemplation, the temple is screened through a delicate wooden and brass jali.

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Designed By : DND Architects

10. A Subtle Bungalow Interior | P Square Design Studio

The uniqueness of the temple lies in its customized features. It rejects the wonted backdrop and adopts a hand-painted Pichhwai artwork settling in the desired vibes. The roller blinds, again display the playful statue of Lord Krishna and Radha establishing a religious setting. 

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Designed By : P Square Design

11. Valli Villa | Project INC

The masterstroke of the entire house, Puja room is innovatively sequenced in a double volume space with covered landscape on both sides. The treated reclaimed natural wood, onyx backlit walls, and the idols from the Tanjore art gallery all merge seamlessly into creating a space that is wonderfully both tranquil and vintage.

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Designed By : Project INC

12. Residence Design | Design INC

From intricate jaali designs to modern mandirs made to fit compact spaces, we have it all. Whether you like simple divine corners or ornate ones, your home can accommodate them quite tastefully.

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Designed By : Design INC

13. Residence | Design Studio Associates

White walls of the Pooja room emit vibrations of peace and tranquility. Engraving of the beautiful Gayatri Mantra and inlay pattern of mandala with the sacred symbol of Om, makes the enclosure a perfect space for meditation. A series of vintage looking glass lanterns catch our attention in the foyer.

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Designed By : Design Studio Associates

14. Vaastu Home | Studio Imagine

The Puja room doesn’t lag in making its presence felt either. The two-shutter door is done in dark polish with traditional paintings and inlays. The main temple wall is beautifully done in Pichwai art with stunning colors; to aptly get framed by wooden arches-an an eloquent space and yet so simplistic.

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Designed By : Studio Imagine

15. Prarthna Residence | 42 MM Architecture

Pooja room is designed as an ornate backdrop in a white monolithic space. Here the colors are brought in by the idols, and pictures of the deities. The micheal angelo flooring has mother of pearl inlay design that acts as a carpet to the floor. 

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Designed By : 42 MM Architecture

16. Residence | KN Associates

Pooja room is designed as an ornate backdrop in a white monolithic space. Here the colors are brought in by the idols, and pictures of the deities. The micheal angelo flooring has mother of pearl inlay design that acts as a carpet to the floor. 

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Designed By : KN Associates

17. Brass And Hues | House Of Ruya

The Pooja space was kept simple and quaint with the brass ‘OM’ adding to the otherwise unpretentious feature wall.

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Designed By : House Of Ruya

18. Classy Home | Anagram Studios

The Puja room doesn’t lag in making its presence felt either. The two-shutter door is done in dark polish with traditional paintings and inlays. The main temple wall is beautifully done in Pichwai art with stunning colors; to aptly get framed by wooden arches-an an eloquent space and yet so simplistic.

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Designed By : Anagram Studios

19. Apartment Design | The Design Code

A family – believer of ‘Radha-Krishna’ was picturing an ambiance full of traditional elements with modern facilities. The aroma of incense sticks and the rhythmic sound of a bell coming from the temple creates a vibe, which is elevated through the intrinsic detailing on the temple jali doors.

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Designed By : The Design Code

20. The Mystical Home | The Arch Studio

The puja room is a haven of peace and solitude, perfect for one to connect with their spiritual self. With a calming dual toned colour scheme and a very minimal aesthetic, it is as calming as it is beautiful. The various elements of the room amalgamate to create a room which is the epitome of mindfulness.

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Designed By : The Arch Studio

21. Contemporary Architecture | KN Associates

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Designed By : KN Associates

22. Residence Designed By | Design Studio Associates

The home we designed needed to be rooted in its demeanour, yet modern in its DNA. This is a core impetus while creating multi-generational homes in a culture like ours where elders and younger members of a family call one residence their home.

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Designed By : Design Studio Associates

23. Residence Designed By | Design Studio Associates

As the client was not too keen on having many or even a large skylight, the design thus includes lots of opening in the walls at various levels to create a stunning play of light while framing the views around the house.

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Designed By : Design Studio Associates

24. Mansion Designed | Utpal Trivedi And Associates

Unusually thick exterior walls provide natural insulation to the mansion, cutting down the heart transfer rate, making it suitable for harsh summers of Ahmedabad.

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Designed By : Utpal Trivedi And Associates

25. Elegant And Rustic Interiors | Alter Architects

The back wall crafted in corrugated MDF with golden finishes. The seater puff with colourful floral fabric and wood just endures the vibe of this space. 

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Designed By : Alter Architects

26. Tranquil House | Design Dialogue Studio

Breaking free from the conventional handrail, Solid acrylic sheets in white have been used giving an elegant outlook to the glass railing.

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Designed By : Design Dialogue Studio

27. Apartment Design | Hem And Associates

All the individual bedrooms have been designed according to the personal taste of the end user.

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Designed By : Hem And Associates

28. Luxurious Villa | Aura Interiors

The fabric paneling also works acoustically in absorbing the reverberations created by the marble-wood flooring. The timelessness of the setup lies in its monochromatic beige palette and soft undertones and texture. All the doors here and across the villa are designed to get camouflaged with its adjacent attributes creating a unanimous look.

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Designed By : Aura Interiors

29. Residence Design | Crest Architects

The double-height living and dining spaces are opened up to get a view of the landscaped garden and glazed skylights allow ample natural light to infiltrate the open scheme of the house

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Designed By : Crest Architecture

30. Duplex Apartment | The Canvas Design Strokes

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Designed By : The Canvas Design Strokes

31. Apartment Interior | Studio Imagine

The key features of the parent room are the use of designer MDF sheets in paneling and the minute details in the wooden ceiling and furniture, the concept reflects luxuriousness.

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Designed By : Studio Imagine

32. Villa Interior | Design Logic

The art pieces on the wall panels are custom made traditional style pichvais from mewad region of rajasthan. They along with persian carpets, traditional drapes and antique accents augment the palatial feel of the space.

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Designed By : Design Logic

34. Residence Design | Sahaj Dzine

The mandir is designed with wooden block frames inscribed with small temple brass bells to create the jaali and classical alluring visuals. PU paint gives softness and serene ambience.

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Designed By : Sahaj Dzine

35. A Vibrant Apartment | The Crossboundaries

Upon moving into the 9th-floor apartment, the clients, a middle-aged couple with 2 sons, imagined an efficient yet dramatic and vibrant apartment for themselves, where each space is a reflection of personality and pizzazz!

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Designed By : The Cross boundaries

36. Apartment | Studio Dream Creative

One of the key requirements of the clients was a well-defined Pooja area. In order to create that, we divided the dining space and staged a mandir on the wall, flanked by windows on either side. We purposefully designed the mandir shutters with cutwork so as to let the light penetrate to the dining area and give it a more classical look.

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Designed By : Studio Dream Creative

37. Residence | J Architects

A temple has to be a space that surpasses all the stressful vibes and emits soothing energy. With this intention, the puja room is left raw to allow the window to play its part over the subtle walls, furnishings and, the rear wall lotus cutouts. The temple has a unique design with an intertwined simplicity and sophistication.

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Designed By : J Architects

38. Apartment | Studio Dream Creative

The Dining area and the Mandir become the highlight of the house, for the client. The beautiful play of light and shadow through the Jaali of mandir doors with carefully detailed out Dining table, bench sitting and crockery unit give it a luxurious feel.

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Designed By : Studio Dream Creative

39. The Flat Interior | Squares Design Studio

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Designed By : Squares Design Studio

40. Apartment | Arcon Design Studio

A place of worship within the house is a typical feature of Indian interior design. The design is as traditional as possible so use of marble inlay tile and wood.

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Designed By : Arcon Design

41. Bungalow Interior | 9 Degree Design Studio

Multiple antiques are used and are enlightened by the play of light, making the space look more playful. There are 6 recliners, and a soundproof home-theatre in the basement, ensuring it to be the favourite hangout spot of the bungalow.

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Designed By : 9 Degree Design Studio

42. Residence | Dreamscape Architects

The Pooja room, accessible from the courtyard is inspired by the rich textile heritage of Ahmedabad. The wall is covered with wallpaper by Sabyasachi and is inspired by traditional Indian prints and the door is exquisitely designed from vintage printing blocks sourced locally from textile factories.

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Designed By : Dreamscape Architects

43. Luxurious Residence | Ocube Architects

Ground Floor consists of all the essential spaces- kitchen, drawing, dining, living, guest room. Living and dining space is separated by a semi-transparent fabric. The double height at dining with a huge chandelier and royal ceiling creates a fusion of royal yet contemporary touch.

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Designed By : O cube Architects

44. Contemporary Residence | Studio 7 Designs

The guest room  wears a aged wood veneer palette with splashes of red and green painting on wall. We changed design language in this area.

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Designed By : Studio 7 Designs

45. House Interior | Midas Luxury Interior

Reflecting emotions, abiding by customs and traditions shows significance of Temple in Indian families. Temples form an integral part of almost all Indian households but unable to arrest our eyes when it comes to home Décor. This mandir is designed keeping both sentiments and décor in mind which made it look classy.

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Designed By : Midas Luxury Interiors

46. Contemporary And Practical | The Little Studio

The “Pooja (prayer)” room was separated into three parts, making space for a tiny home temple, study area, and a large storage space. The back of the temple is textured with intricate wood cutwork along with painted murals and bells that hang on either side of the partition. On the other side of the partition, a studying space is built that is cosy and private at the same time.

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Designed By : The Little Studio

Modern residence | Kiyaan’s Design Studio

Overall we tried to blend shades to give it high end & luxurious look. Use of clean lines and geometric shapes in furniture has been used to add aesthetic appeal.

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Designed By : Kiyaan’s Design Studio

Play of Volumes | K Design Lab Architects

An open to sky court with a shaded patio ensures a deep connection with outside greenery and creates a holistic approach to the inside and outside.

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Designed By : K Design Lab Architects

Harmonic Volumes | Thinkspace Design Studio

The park  house is the result of a harmonic set of volumes intertwined with each other and produce a mosaic of light and shadow, transparency and opacity, where internal and external spaces connect as one environment.

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Designed By : Thinkspace Design Studio

Fusion House | Theta One Designs

There were various antique pieces that the client had collected over the years that needed to be incorporated into the interiors. The designer says “it was challenging to create an environment which integrates these traditional antiques with our interior style.”

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Designed By : Theta one Designs

 

4 thoughts on “40 Best Temple-Mandir Design Ideas in Contemporary House

  • Hi , I would like to have some temple design like the “OM” created at my residence. The location is in PEN which comes in Raigad district in Maharashtra. I can be contacted at 9004025533.

  • All the temple designs are amazing… Your blog is very informative for mandir design ideas. As per our suggestion, the handmade carved wooden temple is also adds a divine and spiritual look to contemporary house. Thanks for sharing this information with us. For more pooja mandir designs, Kindly have a look at our website.

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