Published at Wednesday, September 05th 2018. by Emilia Cotton in Candle Holders.
One of most common types of candleholder is the votive candleholder. You see these many times in homes, restaurants, and in religious settings. Votive candleholders are usually a simple cup made of glass. They also come in a frosted or colored glass.
The first thing you should contemplate is how the light from the candle will fall on the holder itself. Some materials such as glass or crystal will refract the light, glowing under its gentle ministrations. Other materials are opaque, and will absorb the light of the flame. These include certain types of hardwood, slate, or bone.
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There are many different types of candle holders on the market today. The trick is to find the perfect candle holder for your interior decoration, or even around a certain type of candle.
One word about safety. Candleholders are designed to be safe, but they must be used in a sensible manner. Always place the holder on a flat, stable surface away from household traffic, children, pets, and drafts. Never place a candleholder near or on something that catches fire easily, for instance, curtains and drapes. Always extinguish candles before going to bed or leaving your home. Just use a little common sense as you would with any kind of fire.
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