Mikey F

Trend Alert--Religious Items Used as Home Decor is Huge Right Now!

I use religious items throughout my home in decor. These items are more than just home accessories. They have a deeper meaning through their past uses in churches.
Here a Santos crown makes a simple statement when perched upon antique volumes of Shakespeare.
Candelabrum add grandeur to any space and balance the large Madonna statue.
Using stained glass salvaged from a church as art adds architectural detail to a room.

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  • Julie Moyna
    on Oct 2, 2015

    Absolutely Beautiful

  • Emily
    on Mar 4, 2016

    I am an atheist and I collect religious art because it is beautiful. The first piece (print of a Raphael) I found years ago on the street. The sculpture pieces I got at auction (they were not actually auctioned off, you made a donation to the church for them) at a convent that was closing.

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