Published at Thursday, August 23rd 2018. by Tammi Jensen in Candle Holders.
Other popular materials used for holders are glass, wood, pewter, brass and copper. Wooden holders make a beautiful addition to a home in the autumn as the colours really bring out the golds and reds of the season.
There are some candle holders that are meant to be used with floating candles. You fill these with water. This type also can be found in many sizes and shapes and for single or multiple candles. Floating candles also come in different shapes so you may choose to purchase ones shaped like flowers or add fresh flowers to surround them.
Taper holders are created to hold taper candles. Taper candles are a slim wax candle that is thinner towards the top of the candle, and thicker near the bottom. These generally require the proper candle holder specific to a certain candle size. Hurricane holders are generally made out of large glasses. The tall shape generally will cover the entire candle. It is designed to protect the nearby objects of the candle from the heat and the flame given off. Generally seen in old lamps.
Whether your home looks like it has been hit by a time machine from the 1970s or is modern, clean and elegant, there will be a pillar candle holder to match. By this I mean that pillar candle work in any home, not one particular style.
Another use that seems to be gaining in popularity is candles for decorating when holding an outdoor party or cook-out. The outdoor candle lantern or lamp which holds a single candle is the perfect holder for these occasions.
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