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