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Modern and Cool Nativities To Match Your Modern and Cool House

Let’s talk Nativities. When I was growing up my mom had 2, one that was paper and one that was tole painted. We loved playing with them, and as I’ve grown older I too want my house filled with them, but for years I’ve struggled to find ones that I love. Honestly this makes me sound so horrible, but I want them to match the style of my house…and not be a million dollars. Is that too much to ask? This year I was on the hunt for modern nativity sets and I thought just in case you were too that I’d share them with you!

Modern Lucite Nativity from SonoraHandmade

Cast Iron Nativity from HOME DEPOT!?!??! Dang Home Depot, just when I didn’t think you could get any better you go and deliver like this.

 

My favorite one of the season was the one Stockhome created in collaboration with Amanda Jane Jones. It sold out almost instantly (I was SO SAD!!) but make sure you’re following them on IG so you don’t miss the chance to get a preorder for 2018 in!

 

Minimal Wood + Lucite Nativity by Trick. So fun if you LOVE color!!

Olivewood Children’s Nativity I love how simple and small this one is (the tallest piece is 3″)

Nativity Print by HaleyBDesigns

 

This last one is a little more unconventional and a little more fine art, but I absolutely LOVE Jenedy Paige’s painting called Little Lamb. Can’t you almost smell the new baby looking at it? She has 2 other paintings, one of Mary, and one of the shepherds and I was thinking how wonderful it would be to do a small gallery wall with all 3.

Do you have any favorite nativities? Leave them in the comments below, I’d love to check them out!!

 

 

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About Ashraf Akkilah

Ashraf Akkilah

Architecture and design is my passion.
I’m an architect who is interested in building design and decor trends. I’m also interested in sculpture design and landscaping.
I’m “outdoor” architect who love to be involved in the project site and supervise finishing and final touches works. I had contributed to many construction and decor projects.

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