5 faith-filled decor pieces for your home

We love sharing our faith around our home in meaningful ways, but sometimes it can be difficult to find art and decor that also speaks to our style. If you ever have that problem, this list is for you. We’ve found 5 pieces that are fresh and unique and will brighten up any space.


Through His Light Figurine

Kate Lee

"I can do all things through Christ which strengthen me" (Philippians 4:13).

Life will often stretch and try us. Kate Lee’s minimalist technique emphasizes the magnifying power of the light of our Savior. In our darkest moments. He will always show us a way through. Be reminded of His love, light, and power, even in your hardest moments.

Latter-Day Home

Feel the warmth of new blankets from the fresh designs of Latter-day Home. These cozy styles are perfect to wrap up in.

This color-blocked throw will quickly become your favorite way to gather on rainy spring days or snuggling tiny feet. This throw is soft, really soft, with a stunning earthy color combination. Our favorite detail: the leather gather tag.

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Loose weave

50" x 60"

100% Cotton

Without Hard Work Hamper

Latter-Day Home

Hard work doesn’t have to go out of style, not really. The proof is in these extra large storage bins that hold their shape and are perfect for storing extra large stacks of toys or just a sturdy hamper. These timeless reminders have just the right amount of motivation from our favorite advocate for hard work: President Gordon B. Hinckley. Now, let’s get to work!

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Lined Canvas

Pleather handles

Jorge Cocco

Referenced from the scripture Mark 1: 16-18, Jorge Cocco Santangelo uses bold colors and abstract shapes to represent the Savior welcoming us to follow him.

Jorge Cocco said it best:

“A stripe of white light descends over the Savior symbolizing purity. The Lord comes into the scene framed by an inverted L, the symbol of righteousness, and his horizontally stretched arm, vigorously indicates the certainty of his election.

As an echo, the sail, and the ship form another L. The group of fishermen are in the middle of the balance between their earthly chores and the sacred calling; that is another reason why they are not completely identified, but are vaguely synthesized.”

The original Christus statue by Sculptor Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) was made of plaster in 1823 and was used to create the 11-foot marble version in 1839 that stands today in the Church of Our Lady in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Thorvaldsen spent 40 years in Rome. There he made a sepulchral monument for Pope Pius VII in St. Peter's Cathedral and numerous statues in the style of antiquity. While in Rome he also worked on another one of his masterpieces, “Christ and the 12 Apostles” which made him internationally known as the greatest sculptor of neo-classicism.

He returned to Copenhagen where he started and completed his greatest work, the Christus. After Thorvaldsen's death in 1844, the Christus was erected in the Copenhagen Cathedral. This marvelous work of inspired art has now been painstakingly created in exact detail as the original.

The statue is available in three sizes: 9-inch, 12-inch, and 19-inch.

Chelsea Oldroyd