Decorating with Latter-Day Home

My whole life I have been a fan of pictures, hanging images of places I have been, friends at fun events, and even pictures of the temple (specifically the San Diego temple).

When I married my wife she introduced me to the amazing industry of art: quality paintings and unique prints. I thought everything in a frame was a picture- boy was I wrong. I’ve since learned to appreciate and recognize real art when I see it. So, when I came across Latter-Day Home that is exactly what I thought. They have unique, personalized modern prints that I instantly fell in love with.

::looking at a Latter-Day Home::

::looking at a Latter-Day Home::

Not only did I fall in love with the idea of hanging one of these prints in my home because of their creative pieces, but they are images of the temple (which I love) that aren’t what you see everywhere, but you should!

::Amazing colorful temple prints::

::Amazing colorful temple prints::

Recently Latter-Day Home released new print colors and they are all to die for. They go with everything, but also can be personalized to fit your own family; featuring the temple you were sealed in, name, and date. How cute is that? But they are simple and clean just like the temple should be.

::just when I thought it couldn't get better, these details are amazing::

::just when I thought it couldn’t get better, these details are amazing::

Fortunately for you, Latter-Day Home has decided to work with The Modern Dad in offering 10% off your purchase until April 14th by using the coupon code TMD1. So now you have no excuse to not own any of their amazing pieces in your home. I love them because they are a nontraditional approach to bringing religion into your home décor.

::good until April 14th::

::good until April 14th::

1 Comment

  1. Jess
    04.02.2014 / 9:42 am

    I totally want one! Thanks for sharing!

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