Published at Tuesday, 17 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Bridget Dennis.
I love the dim light of candles, especially when they are lit in beautiful holders. There are so many different designs of candle holders available in the market these days ranging from simple designs to stylish one. In fact, nowadays they are largely being used as decorative items in homes. They are available in numerous styles, colors and sizes. However, I love to stick to some of the basic styles of, such as votive, wrought iron, hurricane and crystal holders.
Hurricane holders are basically glass enclosures designed to prevent the candles from blowing off due to wind. Traditionally, they were used for seamless burning of candles. As oil-wick replaced candles, they lost its importance then. However, today it is largely used as an ornamental item to enhance the beauty of your home or surroundings. In these types of candle holders, the candle is meant to burn while leaving the outer glass shield completely untouched. There is a small opening at the top to allow passage of air and smoke.
Tea light holders lend a certain charm to any setting and add a touch of elegance to your home. Decorative tea light holders can make unique wedding favours or they can add an element of romance into darker fall weddings as table decorations, and are a wonderful gift that can be reused time and time again. Tea light Holders come in a wide variety of styles, colours and shapes to securely house each individual tealight, making them a delightful accent for any room. There are lots of collections on the market to choose from including; handcrafted designs, mosaic finishes, seasonal themes and coloured glass displays to light up your environment.
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