Meet artist Mackenzie Bontempo! Her modern renditions of the Savior are stunning and like nothing you’ve seen before. We love her style and her fresh take on well-known subjects. Like any artist, Mackenzie’s style has developed over time. Get to know this emerging LDS artist and you’ll appreciate her beautiful artwork even more!
Everyone needs great home decor pieces that will work all year long. Even if you love to switch out your home decor for new holidays and seasons, every home needs a few great staples. Quality, long-lasting pieces will work through every season and event, and look good at the same time. Then, if you don’t get time to switch out your seasonal home decor like you usually do, or if you’re someone who just isn’t interested in spending time going through and picking out new home decor every time the weather changes, you can still rely on your tried and true statement pieces.
Get to know LDS artist Brenda Bird. In the world of LDS art, Brenda’s vibrant colors and minimalist style make her work stand out among the rest. Her fresh style will brighten your space. But how much do you know about this emerging artist? We asked Brenda a few questions so we can all get to know this talented artist a little better.
Bringing new art into your home will add a hopeful spirit to your space. You can use LDS art to display your favorite scripture stories, create a focus on Christ, or remember gospel principles that are especially important to you. Art can be incredibly personal, and displaying your faith through the art you choose will make your home feel personal and uplifting when you walk through your own halls.
Looking through beautifully styled magazines, Pinterest posts, and Instagram stories can make styling your home look deceivingly easy. The reality is, decorating a home is a skill that takes time, practice, and probably a few mistakes along the way. The good news is that there are no home decor police. The most important thing about designing a home is that you feel comfortable in your own space, and that your space reflects your personality. Styles can change over time, and your home will evolve with you through new phases of life and new preferences. So don’t be afraid to try new things, change it up, and make a few bold choices.