666 Eclectic Candles and Candle Holders
These candles are great to disperse throughout your home to add a pop of color here and there. The scent options sound amazing, and once you've used the candle, you can keep the glass to hold flowers, jewelry or cotton balls.
This candle holder has a natural "live edge" and yet maintains a modern aesthetic. Small design features like the raised lip around the candle adds depth to a simple form.
This mercury glass set is perfect for fall and winter decor. I love adding votives to just about any surface, especially my table during intimate dinner parties and holiday gatherings.
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.”
If you have a conscious but still love cool design, this site is terrific. They make sure products like these candle holders are eco-friendly. They're made of FSC certified walnut. This means the Forest Steward Council gives a thumbs up to responsible management and harvesting of this product. The...
The designer of these Distortion candlesticks used computer imagery and 3-D printers in his creative process to come up with these strangely wonderful pieces. They remind me of Alice in Wonderland.
Go NutsThis is rustic-chic style at its best! Cyan Design's Hex Nut Candleholder is a hip accent piece with natural, organic appeal. Each is made from wood and glass and features a stacked base with offset hexagonal sides. Pair it with distressed woods and natural linens for a Pacific Northwest or...
How adorable is this porcelain owl tea light holder? It's so cute that I would keep it out all year-round.
The DL & Company Skull candle is something so beautiful that I'm not sure I would ever use it as anything other than a display piece.
For instant ambiance at dinner parties and holiday celebrations, a stash of glittering mercury glass votive holders are inexpensive and high impact.
If you admire Medusa's stone handiwork, these candleholders are just right for your home. Realistic and life size, it's an unique addition to any space.
The most obvious natural wood accessory that will immediately make an outdoors-in impact is a beautiful piece of large driftwood. This grapevine branch version by Anthropologie is lined with tea lights.
This birch branch candleholder kills two birds with one stone. You get cozy, romantic candlelight plus an outdoor decorative element.
These cute birch candleholders will add a natural element and the warm glow from tealights to any room in the house.
These antler candlestick holders would up the "wow" factor of any space with their rustic-meets-glam vibe.
I love the bold grain pattern on these handmade wooden candleholders. They bring in that element that screams "BOIS!" I think they'd be wonderful on a steel table, or will really stand out on a white countertop or shelf.
For the man in your life, these antler candlesticks may be the ticket to getting him to care about your decor. Give a nod to his outdoorsman sensibilities by choosing these for your table or mantel all year-round.
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 ...
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