I love so much about this home, featured in the pages of Skona Hem. From the whitewashed furniture to the rugged wood chairs and Cath Kidston cushions, it's a beautiful place. However, I'm not so sure about the religious iconography. While it's perfectly reasonable for a practicing Catholic to have such items in the home, I can't help but think it's inappropriate to use these pictures and symbols in nonreligious homes. And I don't believe that this personal decorating don't is strictly limited to Christian imagery, either: I find it odd when Buddha statues are found in non-Buddhist households, or pictures of Vishnu are tacked to the walls of non-Hindu homes. Am I prudish, or do you agree?