Decorating ideas using candles

Candles in recent times have emerged as in integral part in décor. Be it a small home or a restaurant or a honeymoon suite or be it a party. Use of candle is being done at every possible event or occasion or in everyday life.To add a glamour to it various forms of candle stands or candle holder are available nowadays.

Few of the decorating ideas with candles and candle holders is mentioned below:

Wood :

Simple and elegant, this no-frills candleholder blends seamlessly with any décor, from modern to traditional.

Ceramic :

Giving the impression of stone, this fired ceramic candleholder is a lovely, natural piece which would be right at home in any nature lover’s home. The carved details add a unique touch and will cast interesting shadows when used.

Etched Glass :

Etched glass is a traditional candleholder style, but these lovely pieces would fit any décor. The stark tree silhouettes representing the seasons are beautiful, and I’m sure they cast a lovely glow.

Mosaic :

This handmade candle holder uses beautiful blue glass tiles to create a lamp which would be at home in an exotic, gypsy inspired room or a modern room equally.

Glam :

For the outrageous decorator, pink lamp screams fabulous. With its bright pink hue and delicate crystals to reflect the light, this candle holder will make a serious statement.

Contemporary :

For a neutral room beautiful candles in black and white is just perfect. The geometric graphics create lovely shadows and reflections in these simple, elegant pieces.

Metal :

Created by a hobbyist welder, this tall and imposing candleholder is quite an impressive piece. Perfect to add soft accent lighting to a beautiful corner or entryway.

Modern :

This bold piece is crafted of metal and wood in dramatic, geometric shapes. The unique style is very intense, and would look stunning on the mantelpiece of a modern fireplace. Stark and sleek, the natural materials are eco-friendly.

Classic :

Nothing beats the beauty of gorgeous candelabra in brass or silver. The timeless shape looks incredible as a table centerpiece, on a mantel or on a piano.

Vintage :

Recalling shapes of the Depression era, this tulip glass candleholder is a throwback to another difficult financial time in America’s history. Simple, yet colorful, this piece symbolizes both the practicality and optimism of Depression era decorators.