Candles make your home feel cozier and your heart warmer.
Some people aren’t happy until their homes are completely ablaze with thousands of candles crowding every available surface. Others prefer a more minimalistic approach: a single, inspiring candle holder in the middle of a table. Wherever you fall on the shine spectrum, you can probably agree that the only thing more exciting than the actual candle itself is the vessel in which it’s displayed.
They may be small, but candleholders are your chance to experiment and refresh your apartment within a budget.
Staying bottled up during lockdown means that many of us have drawn attention to interiors. As months go by working from home and limiting our experiences it’s logical to get bored of our decoration.
In the name of ‘out with the old, in with the new,’ 2021 is all about purging and recreating. And, if you don’t have a choice other than working from home, it’s time for your interior to get a functioning (and inspiring) refresh, too. From rearranging decoration items to purchasing key eye-catching items, there are many ways to get creative. Tired of the same drab look, but can’t quite spring for a makeover? Don’t sweat it. We’ve got just what you need for a quick upgrade that’s just as easy on your budget.
Despite being one of the smaller accessories, candleholders came to become a favourite item of design lovers. They are functional, sculptural, and can be considered as art pieces.On Candleholders
To be honest, I light candles year-round, but as the nights draw in and the days get darker, they become even more important. Nothing beats the cosy, inviting glow of candlelight, and I tend to have them dotted around the living room, the dining table, the bedroom, the bathroom, and even my little home office. As a result, I’ve developed quite a collection of sculptural candle holders over the years, so I thought it was time to write about my favourite decoration pieces!
These aren’t just functional items; they’re balanced, sculptural pieces that look just as good when not in use as they do when adorned with flickering candles.
Aside from adding pleasant scents to your home, decorating with candles can be an interesting way to spruce up your interior design.
These decorative pieces can appear to dance and bend according to the light breezes they are exposed to and can add a dynamic touch wherever you place them. Choose a geometric silhouette to make even a white taper look cool and modern. Or try your hand at color-blocking, pairing a vibrant candle with an equally daring receptacle. Let’s explore more insights regarding candle holder types.
If you live in an apartment devoid of natural light, candles are one way to simulate the feel of it. Table candle decorations do this easily. Try placing a candle inside a glass container. The light will reflect off the glass, and give a rustic feel to your living room. Candle holders like this one can be used with or without the candle – either way, it will add a decorative element to your interior. Be creative with the patterns you create with your candles, as well as the placement. Use a candle chandelier instead of a traditional electrical fixture for elegant natural lighting. If you’re going for a vintage look, this type of lighting will coordinate well with your vintage furniture and ornaments.
Sometimes the best ways to decorate with candles require very minimal effort. Focus on the colors and textures of each candle, and coordinate it with the color scheme of your home. Sometimes a single candle can make all the difference in a dull room. Try DIY projects by decorating store-bought candles with ribbons, glue, fabric, and even wax paint to paint their exteriors.
These candleholders are mastering the balance between colours and minimalistic design. Their purpose is to create a vibrant atmosphere while offering a moment of tranquil stillness. You can place them on your coffee or dinner table and combine different colors and materials. This adjustment will add the functionality of light with an artistic feel to your home.
Geometrical shapes and pure colours are the things that define these unique candleholders. The shiny surfaces are splitted by the sandblasted stripes, which brings a decorative and graphic touch to the candleholders. These pieces are made of high-quality coloured glass and have a great finish and expensive look. You can find a set of candleholders in a wide variety of materials, colors, designs, and sizes to suit your interior.
Crypt is a high-quality candlestick with a modern design and a strong visual expression. Just like the classical glass candlesticks, Crypt has a balanced shape that makes it easy to move and be stable, and its name also refers to the chamber candlestick’s original function – to provide light at night. The balanced shape prevents the candle from moving or falling. Crypt is intended for a single candle and works well both individually and in groups of several candlesticks.
If you love the look and feel of the interiors of the TV shows coming from the ’60s and ’70s then perhaps it is time to give your home interior a bit of a mid-century modern overhaul. This style is one that took over the latest-coolest designs that we of course love. The modern-contemporary looks of the 1960s and 1970s have been translated to sculptural, colorful, and timeless creations.
Amber Candleholder is a futuristic candle holder inspired by the balance between colours and mid-century designs. Its purpose is to create a vibrant atmosphere while offering a moment of tranquil stillness.
Summer is upon us and what better way to bring in a new season than with a revamp for your interior? Big or small, we’re all for a few seasonal changes that can help usher a home into the warmer months. Regardless of whether the color is reserved for wall paint or an accent piece in the living room, this subdued shade of earthy color in combination with its unique design can set an authoritative element with space. Especially when it comes in a textured finish.
The design of the marble Curvy Candleholder makes it wonderful and textural in addition to any interior setting. Designed to hold a single candle, the contemporary design in rifle brown will bring the needed coziness into your home.
Contrary to popular belief, candles aren’t solely for scenting rooms or adding a twinkle to tabletops. Think of these well-turned totems, textured pillars, and delicate tapers as shape-shifting sculptures with an edge. You’re sure to find an artful candle that suits your design scheme. Once you know how to decorate a room with candles, you’ll find your home has more space for natural lighting. We have a few pieces you’ll want to add to your collection. Combinations of futuristic designs and vibrant colors will become a timeless addition to your home.