Many Norse Heathens construct and maintain household altars or shrines as part of their practice. The purpose of altars vary with the practitioner, but they are commonly used as a sacred space and a place to make offerings. Sometimes people will use their altar for magic or ritual work.
An altar does not need to be big or fancy, nor does it need to be built all in one go. Some are dedicated to gods, some are dedicated to ancestors, and some are just for general use.
Below are examples of Norse Heathen altars from all over the world!