Published at Thursday, September 06th 2018. by Emilia Cotton 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.
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.
Another aspect of candle holder decorating is that it can be quite romantic. The soft ambient glow can cast a subtle light on a space, which can create an intimate atmosphere that is quite romantic.
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.
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.
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