514 Eclectic Candles and Candle Holders
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These tea lights instantly shot to the top of my Christmas list. I love the look of the carved logs — and neon pink accents! I’d term this style “modern meets cabin cool.”
These cute birch candleholders will add a natural element and the warm glow from tealights to any room in the house.
This birch branch candleholder kills two birds with one stone. You get cozy, romantic candlelight plus an outdoor decorative element.
We're suckers for fun uses of driftwood over here at Houzz. Whether it's a driftwood lamp, a driftwood coffee table base, or, well, just a piece of found driftwood, it's all good. So we're gaga over this groovy little driftwood covered hurricane. * Wood, recycled glass * 10"H, 8" diameter ...
I love these unique candle holders. The lotus shape cradles the light with such an interesting patina.
These candle pillars are rustic, chic and as natural as if you'd headed out to the woods and chopped down the trees yourself. They'll make any candle look beautiful.
Bring brilliant candlelight ambience to your favorite setting with this unusual lantern. A cone of glass is wrapped in steel ribbons for a fun and festive effect.
Spiderwebs subtly glow in this lantern. Use it as part of a centerpiece, or grab two for your front door.
Gothic-inspired candlesticks would work well on a dining table or mantel. Bring them to life with candles in orange or white.
I have a serious crush on these candle decanters from Anthropologie. I couldn't help myself from buying the sherry bottle/candle and adding it into the mix with my actual crystal decanters at home.
Candlestick holders are very traditional, and this adorable one is a great twist on an old-fashioned tradition. Imagine this piece on the dining table at a fun party. It would also be perfect for that dog lover in your life.
This guy looks like he just came out of the wild woods. I'd love to add him to my mantel for the holidays.
Olav Tea Light Holder
I discovered this candle over the holiday and it's divine. There's something about the combination of siberian fir, cilantro, citrus, raspberry that make you feel like your in a log cabin in the middle of nowhere.
I love the rustic feel of these lanterns. They are a great nature-inspired element to bring to a Scandinavian Christmas theme.
This holder is totally rustic and nature inspired. The best part is that you can have your own initials carved on it!
Some items can't exist without each other, like a hammer and nail, a cup and saucer, a candle and holder. That's exactly the thought behind this great candle entirely made of wax.
Tallow Candle, Old Pink
I love these votive holders. They are in the perfect color for fall and would look great in a cluster on a dining room table or displayed on a mantle. They have a great eclectic, Moroccan feel to them that I am always drawn to.
Looking for a true statement piece? This large-scale candleholder will do the trick. Take your side table from boring to bold by incorporating this remarkable piece into your decor.
This is officially the weirdest candle I've ever seen, which is why I simply had to share it with you. I would really like to watch it melt and see what happens.
Set your table in style — and be sure to get a reaction from guests — with this set of three curving copper candlesticks.
An unusual silver leaf and bronze finish gives glass a natural beach-combed beauty. And when you have a flame flickering inside, the glow is uniquely beguiling. Light it and let the romance begin.
With colored accents and lustrous details, our handcrafted Aerial Small Candlestick elegantly evokes an exotic locale when blended with handcrafted Courtly Check® or Trapeze ceramic dinnerware collections. To translate the subtle yet spirited collection envisioned by our designers into functional,...
This pair of candelabras from Sundance is the perfect hostess gift for an oenophile, and provides a great way to reuse an empty wine bottle.
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