Published at Wednesday, 11 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Cheryl Boyle.
It is one of the oldest types of candle holders used from the time of ancient Romans and even before. The term 'votive' in the votive holders means devotion. As the name suggests, these candles are commonly used as a part of spiritual offering. It can be often seen in churches as a part of prayer offering. Votive candles are small candles made from beeswax. The votive candles need a holder as these candles burn fast and melt during the process of burning. They are available in several varieties from plain glass, mosaic tiles glass to colored glass.
A tea light holder are the cheapest, but when added to a fancy restaurant it can add a sense of appeal and create a romantic setting. They are usually used in restaurants at night though. floating candle tea light holders allow the light to be reflected off of a liquid, usually water or oil. This creates more of a relaxing effect. If you want your floating tea lights to have a scent associated with flower petals, then have fragrances added to the water. There are many oils that are fragrant as well.
These can create a contemporary vibe to a party or add a theatrical feel to a room. By altering the natural light of the candle, coloured candle holders can project an imaginative display of light or a soft luminosity, depending on the required ambiance. Natural, earthy tones help create a calming environment, turning any room into a private sanctuary, whilst deeper shades can add a sense of drama. With the arrival of the darker autumn nights, yellow, orange and red candle holders are perfect for welcoming atmosphere and warmth to your home.
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