Published at Monday, August 13th 2018. by Tami Vaughan in Candle Holders.
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.
Today candleholders are used to decorate our homes, offices, restaurants, hotels, and other public places. They are used in churches for various spiritual ceremonies as well as for decoration and symbolism.
Tealights are also nice because they do not last more than a few hours. This allows you to change the color and the scent of the candles you are using if you so desire. Even so, they last long enough so that you will not have to replace them during a meal.
Another thing to consider is how the candle holder will fit in with the rest of the space. Does it match the room it is being placed into in style and color? Does it clash with the existing elements in the room? Does it look out of place?
You can find candle holders in all sorts of sizes as well. Some can fit on the tiniest of shelves. Others are meant to be placed on the floor. One option is to get holders in the same style but different sizes and place them together. It is also possible to get holders meant to be hung or to be wall mounted.
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