Published at Sunday, September 02nd 2018. by Tami Vaughan in Candle Holders.
Actually, candle holders have become so popular that many people use them as decoration although they never actually light the candles. Even unlit candles add beauty and elegance to a room. They somehow suggest the tranquility of the lit flame even when they are not.
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.
More often than not, they are round, but they can come in alternative shapes too. If you have thought about creating your own candles, this is a great time to get stuck in and starting making candles of all different shapes and sizes.
The material the candle holder is made from is so important because it will really depend on the style that you achieve. For example, an iron pillar holder can be moulded into different shapes such as a traditional Celtic design, or flowers, animals, or something even more personal like your name.
Many people opt for using tealight candles. These are convenient for many reasons. They will come in their own little tin so they do not tend to be messy. You can get candle holders than have room for just one tealight and spread them out throughout the rooms. Or, you can get a candle holder that holds several tealights which is a nice way to get a lot of light in one place. These are especially nice for use at a dining room table in place of the more traditional tapers.
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