How to design a meditation room

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Dear readers, imagine a room that is designed to calm your mind, soul and body. It would be amazing to have a special room inside (or outside) your home that is set aside for calm and emotional well-being. A place to escape the daily stresses of life and connect with a higher power.

Everyone should have a space in their home for daily meditation, an area that will provide an opportunity to replenish your body both physically and mentally and keep you balanced. Scientists have now almost scientifically proven that meditation helps heal the body.

While there is no definite set of rules to follow when creating such a space, there are some things you should take into consideration. 

First, you should choose a good place

When choosing a room, pay attention to the lighting. For example, a room that has natural light will instantly improve your mood. This will allow you to enjoy the process while meditating. Or even better: a space with a sunset view from the windows is a great way to start meditating! You could also use a terrace or flower garden, a Japanese rock garden.

You shouldn’t try to make a meditation room in an office. There’s too much work stuff going on in there. Documentation, filing cabinets with reports, not to mention the stressful thoughts that come with being a workplace.

Clean and concise

There should only be a few elements in there. They include porcelain figurines, a yoga mat, a meditation pillow of a pleasant color, perhaps a table and a music center to set the right mood. Make sure it doesn’t have anything unnecessary. 

Bring a living energy

Indoor plants in the interior of the apartment contribute to relaxing the body, peacefulness. A small water fountain, shells with sand and flowers will create the necessary atmosphere for meditation. Such a corner will bring you harmony and balance. Add touches of nature to the room, they will intertwine with harmony and balance. 

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Meditative music

Although not a necessary element, it can be very relaxing. It is especially helpful for those who live in a noisy area of the city, where sounds, traffic, trains, and sirens are constantly disturbing to the ear.

A pleasant melody can help drown out all other distractions inside the house, allowing you to find a calm and peaceful state while meditating. It is recommended that you choose music without words.

Of course, it is not necessary, but it should be classical or tranquil, such as the sound of the ocean, birds chirping or the whistling sounds of the wind. Make sure the tracks are long enough. If your chosen location is not on the ocean, try adding those sounds with music. 


Another thing to consider is scents. Using essential oils from plants such as lavender, chamomile and peppermint can really soothe the soul, mind and body.

Burning candles and frankincense will give you a relaxing experience during meditation. This form of therapy is gaining momentum and is on its way to becoming a healing aid that is believed to stimulate brain function.

It also strengthens the immune system, relieves muscle pain, and reduces or eliminates stress. All of these reasons answer the question of why you need to fill your home with a pleasant scent.

With the scent of candles, incense and oils, you will get a greater effect when conducting meditation sessions

Add desired items

When creating a room, you will definitely want to add some things you like to the interior design. These can be any elements: smell, sound, object, such as bells, crystals, Buddha statues, stones, beads or artwork.

Remember, however, not to overload the space. It is important to create a clean and transparent environment. Choose a few things and decorate the room with them.

Add your favorite things to the room, it will make you happier. 

Fresh air is very important

In addition to aromatherapy, make sure the room is well ventilated and you have the opportunity to feel a cool breeze. It has many benefits, including increasing your thinking abilities, improving your overall health and helping you feel invigorated.

If your space is outdoors, there’s no problem with that. But if it’s in a room that doesn’t have any windows, be sure to install an air conditioner, it will act as an air purifier. Choose one with a quiet mode so it doesn’t interfere with your meditations. Fresh air is key. 

A Tranquil Palette

In addition to interior elements and objects, consider the color of the room. Give it the shade that will match the achievement of the desired mood. Some may say that pastel tones are a better option as opposed to light or dark tones, thinking that they are calmer and more relaxing.

Though others refute this view and prefer dark colors because thinking in such a space makes it feel like being in the womb. Regardless of which calm color you prefer in the interior, it will affect your mood, so make a choice in favor of the gamut in which you feel most comfortable. The color solution affects the mood. 


As previously discussed, it’s best if natural light enters the room. To maintain a sense of space and coziness, it is recommended to use a fabric with a light shade that will diffuse the sun’s rays.

If the room you choose lacks natural light and you want to focus on the fixtures, you can use a bright or muted tone. Make sure you have the option to have both because your mood can change.

If you opt for a spot in the garden, make sure it’s not too bright: direct rays will make you uncomfortable when practicing meditation. Try to create shadows with an umbrella or structure that allows you to hang curtains, they will protect you from too much light. Lighting creates mood. 

No unnecessary technique

Nowadays, there are no definite rules for creating such a space yet, but one rigid guideline is still there – no electronic equipment should be there, except for the music center. No phones, no tablets, nothing that can make a sound and distract you from relaxing, do not allow it. Leave the design of the wall with the TV for the living room.

There are many elements to apply when creating a meditation room. You need to choose a quiet place, avoid noise and bring yourself in harmony with nature and yourself. Apply what you have learned to your life and enjoy spending quiet time in a corner you have created just for you. Your mind will erase all worldly boundaries and open your body to healing meditation.