Once again, it depends on the area where the pooja unit is placed as well as whether you prefer to keep the space private. In modern apartments, the living room might be the only place that can accommodate the pooja room. For ensuring that it is kept out of view of visitors when you are entertaining, it’s a good idea to design a unit with doors. In small houses, the pooja space might be in the corner of the kitchen. Since the pooja unit needs to be kept clean, small pooja cabinet designs with wooden doors that match the kitchen cabinets can help to protect it from the grease and grime that can build up in the room.
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to pooja room designs in wood or plywood. We recommend consulting an interior designer for ideas on how to include one in your home. The advantage of working with a professional is that he will provide creative solutions besides advising you on whether wood or plywood is the better option for your budget. Additionally, he will discuss your requirements and style preferences before creating a custom-design, which any carpenter can build. Moreover, the designer will add decorative elements such as lighting, wall colour and accessories to enhance the beauty of the pooja room.