Published at Monday, September 03rd 2018. by Tammi Jensen in Candle Holders.
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.
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 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.
Other popular materials used for holders are glass, wood, pewter, brass and copper. Wooden holders make a beautiful addition to a home in the autumn as the colours really bring out the golds and reds of the season.
Pillar candle holders are one of the first ever types of candle holder, and were designed shortly after more traditional and old-fashioned candlesticks. These types of candles and their holders are suitable for just about anywhere in the home, from the bedroom to the living room, and even the bathroom!
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