vrindavan by T Ganapathy
kiran nama , t ganapathy
What Houzz contributors are saying:
3. Under the stairsOften the space under the stairs goes neglected. Why not turn it into a little pooja room? This in-house temple could be a standalone structure anywhere, thanks to its very own tiled roof, a door that closes fully and the two pillars at the entrance.
21. Firm: T Ganapathy The area under the staircase is specially dedicated to a custom puja room for indulgent prayers, meditation and chantings. A small niche within one wall holds two statues of deities for quick prayers.Take a look at these under-stairs planning and decorating ideas
Here is a classic example, in miniature, of a sloping roof of Mangalore tiles combines with wooden pillars and a carved door to impart a Chettinad character to a puja room.Read more:Houzz Tour: A House of Courtyards5 Ways to Infuse a Traditional Rajasthani Flavour Into Your HomeTell us: Do you have any suggestions about how to give a Chettinad flavour to the decor of a home? Let us know in Comments below.