Are you thinking of starting the practice of meditation? Or maybe you practice regularly but have never really given yourself the relaxing space you desire? The atmosphere and mood of the space you're meditating in can make a difference in how quickly you relax and the state of mind you take on.
Creating your personal space that resonates well with you can help you to find the peace you are looking for in your practice. There are so many inspiring images out there on how you can design your meditation space.
Are you looking for something more colorful and bohemian, or something minimalistic, modern, and chic? Whatever works for you! Below are 30 inspiring images that will help you get started with creating your special space, and to motivate you to practice meditation on a regular basis. Let's take a look!
Inspiring Meditation Room Ideas
1. Minimalistic with Nature
For a meditation space, you don't need much. Just the natural light of the sun and the fresh oxygen of plants. A green wall is not only aesthetically amazing but will benefit your breathing as well.
2. Wall Decor
Show a reflection of yourself and remind yourself of the zen you want to find! A simple and beautiful wall vinyl could be the perfect addition to your meditation room!
3. 3-Tier Yoga Mat Holder
Store your yoga mats and meditation items away and keep your space feeling clean, open, and welcoming.
Create the perfect hideout to be alone and find your inner peace. If you don't have a whole room to dedicate to your meditation practices, create your own little space to become tranquil and at ease.
Your meditation space can be something as simple as a hammock in your living room. It's comfortable, and it allows you to rest your muscles.
6. Keep it Open
An open space with a few simple pillows is all you need. I love the idea of using a djembe to create an atmospherical sound while somebody you like is in their meditational practice.
A bohemian feeling might be the look you want to go for to create that hippy-look and bring some color and energy to your space.
Set up your space with candles, statues, and aromas of burning incense. Personalize your space with the crystals, stones, and smells that resonate best with you.
9. Word Reminders
Sometimes a little reminder never hurts. Remembering to breathe during meditation is so important but also pretty easy to forget.
10. Decorative Chair
Decorate your meditation chair with a beautiful blanket to bring a particular essence to your space. Entice yourself just to sit down and take a minute for yourself.
11. Fit for a Princess
Golds and royal purples with sparkly lights that screams comfort and warmth. It's important that your meditation space is somewhere that you want to be, or else you might not get your daily meditation done!
12. Group Meditation
Group meditation can be a very magical and inspiring thing. Create a space that allows for group meditation to experience the power of silence together.
13. Inside Outside
Bring the peace of the outdoors to the inside to find your true inner peace. Rocks, plants, and the mood set by candles and aromas.
14. Hanging Around
Swing about and let the movement soothe you as you drift into a meditative state. Create your calming bubble and fill it with comfortable pillows and blankets!
15. With a View
The calm of the outdoors and the feeling of natural light on your skin is one way to help you relax. A room with a view!
A hexagon attic with triangle windows, hardwood floors, and a place to sit. Minimal, calm, and energizing. The geometry brings it's own unique sense of peace and helps to calm your soul.
17. Bohemian Luxury
Now that looks like a place that I'd like to hang out. Your meditation space should be inviting and reflect who you are.
18. Backyard Escape
Escape away to your sacred space, your paradise, your own little getaway and create your meditation space outside of the house.
Decorate the walls with enchanting tapestries. Mandalas, symbols, and peaceful images will bring an extra special touch to your space.
20. Singing Bowls
Singing bowls are a must-have in any meditation room. The peaceful sounds bring relaxation, focus, and peace. When somebody you love is falling deep in meditation, play the singing bowls for them to help them calm their spirits.
21. Crystals and Candles
Small objects that make you feel warm, peaceful, and at ease are always pleasant to have around you during meditation. Candles, crystals, and beautiful feathers are only some examples.
22. Bright Colors
Bold patterns, calming images, and the healing powers of bright colors! Make your meditation fun and vibrant, so you always want to spend time there.
23. Twinkle Lights
Twinkle fairy lights are a MUST! They bring a unique whimsical touch to any room that will make you feel like you're floating in the clouds.
24. Loft Space
Create your meditation nook with a particular loft space that you can run away to with you need to clear your mind. Your own personal nest!
Chic, modern, and simple makes this meditation room have a certain atmosphere. It is calm and relaxing and lets you drift away into the therapy of not-thinking.
26. Boho Attic
I love the feeling of this meditation space. The patterns on the wall, the bright oranges and purples, and the magical boho lamp all brings a welcoming energy.
27. Seaside Peace
Need a sacred space at your lake cabin? A getaway space in your getaway home! Meditation is something you should practice even when you're on vacation.
An altar is something you may want to consider for your meditation space. Fill it with important items that resonate with you.
29. Window Nook
A little nook by the window is all you need if you lack space in your house. Set up some comfortable cushions, some plants, and let the daylight bring good feelings and joy.
30. Bean Bag
Bean bags make lovely meditation chairs. Especially when they are fuzzy, fluffy, squishy, and comfortable! Snuggle in and drift away into peace and relaxation.
Now Put These Meditation Room Ideas to Work
Are you inspired? I know I am! Personally, I think I will go for a more minimalistic space with a touch of boho. Feathers, crystals, and candles amongst my geometrical altar. Special lighting to create that unique mood. Aromas of burning incense and soft cushions that I can sink into and float away. Which meditation room inspired you the most and how do you plan on designing yours?