Published at Tuesday, 17 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Bridget Dennis.
If you don't want to create your own, there are plenty of candle holders on the market which can suit your needs. Quite a number are pieces of artwork in themselves, calling for the best candles to be placed within them. There is a wide range of materials used for commercial candle holders: steel, glass, copper... the possibilities are endless. The styles can go from gothic to ultra modernistic and everything in between. The holder that you use, from the austere cup to the elaborate candle sconce, you are adding to the ambiance of a room.
Candle holders with stems work best for this next idea. Long stemmed holders have a wide base to keep the top stable. If you have glitter dust, cover the base of the candle holder with glue and sprinkle the glitter dust all over the base to cover the whole area. Dust of the excess glitter and you will find yourself with a personalized candle holder that is so glittery. The light coming out from the candle in the holder above the base will reflect on the glitter and create a whimsical and beautiful look.
Although this need to secure candles safely is an important factor, candle retailers are realising that more often consumers are purchasing candle holders as gifts, table centrepieces or to complement their décor. As such, there is a call for action for decorative holders to house these enchanting torches. In response to this market demand, leading candle retailers have developed glass and ceramic holders to suit consumers varying tastes.
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