Published at Tuesday, August 21st 2018. by Etta Day in Candle Holders.
A candle holder is a strange home accessory. It is designed to be a container for fire, a place to store and display the illumination of flames, through the holding of candles. This means that when you choose to purchase a candle holder you cant look at it in the void. You have to be attentive to its relationship to the flame, to light, even to heat, and the way all of these factors will affect the room where they are placed.
You should also consider the way shadow will fall on the space. When a candle flickers it will cast a glow. In the absence of this glow, shadows will be created. These shadows can be warm companions to the space, or evil demons that lurk over everything. However it is difficult to plan for the way shadows will fall, until you have actually placed a candle in the space.
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.
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.
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.
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