Published at Tuesday, September 04th 2018. by Emilia Cotton in Candle Holders.
Choices abound for candle holders so you may need to narrow down your options. Think about the types of candles you plan on using. The location and the purpose can also dictate what is best.
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.
The majority of pillar candle holders have a very wide bottom- up to 3 or 4 inches in diameter- to hold candles which means that unusual shaped candles will generally fit into the holder.
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.
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?
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