The Vanity Faith Collection Brings Religious Touches into the Home

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: Sep 5, 2013 • References: greeceisforlovers & coolhunting
'Vanity Faith: Preaching Ain’t Easy' is a new home design collection by Greece is for Lovers, which attempts to introduce Greek orthodoxy into a domestic sphere.

Two of the pieces in the collection are the Kalimavkion lamp, which recreates the look of hats Greek priests wear, and the wooden tissue boxes that have a cross carved on it. These extremely visual and minimalistic pieces showcase a union between modernity and tradition. Creator Thanos Karampanos suggests that the collection is another way of bringing religion in the home.

Essentially, Vanity Faith: Preaching Ain’t Easy re-purposes common household items and molds them into a Greek Orthodox aesthetic. If you’re into religion or Greek culture, definitely give this collection a look, as well as Greece is for Lovers. Stats for Greek Orthodox-Inspired Decor Trending: Older & Chilly
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