44 Fall Candles Living Design Photos

Contemporary Family Room
Ideabooks5,250
Questions4
Are your candles real? Did you hard wire them in so that they could be turned on and off easily?
The heart of the party. Continue your glowing theme in the heart of the party area with loads of candles. I don't know how these homeowners could possible light these by hand and then blow them out each time without getting annoyed and lightheaded, but they win the sexy factor in my game book. OK, I
“It looks like a hotel” — rebel5175
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Miami-Living Room
Ideabooks5,485
Questions14
Fall colors
Candles by the mantle
Candle sconce
“living room curtins” — Polo Wasky
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
17 Reviews
French Inspired Design
Ideabooks17,884
Questions10
Where can I get the candle stands near this fireplace?
bookcases and candles
Candles by fireplace
candle s
“Hhh” — jakhrani
Bill Frame Custom Homes Ltd
3 Reviews
Private Residence 3
Ideabooks323
Questions1
5540 Silver Falls conversion. paint, no drapes, change in columns?
“windows and fireplace” — arthurose
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks1,743
Questions7
Candle sticks
Love the candle sticks
candle holders
“quilt” — Jayne Goddard
Heather Garrett Design
2 Reviews
Heather Garrett Design
Ideabooks140K
Questions92
The sconces are not electrified, they are candles, so they are not roughed in. However the base of the candle holder is approximately 12" from the top of the mantle.
Thank you, the room IS beautiful! The candle sconces are from Oly Studio. Please contact us for pricing or ordering.
sure all the light bulbs are working and replace any burned-out bulbs. If you don't have lamps to bring in, dim your overhead lights and light some candles. It will look and feel much more cozy.
“chairs” — Heather MacFadyen
Dayne Keating
Red
Ideabooks5,220
Questions4
Feeding: Requires more fertilizer than most palms. Feed monthly in spring and summer with a 10-10-10 liquid fertilizer, and every two months in the fall and winter. Humidity: Tolerates low humidity, though it will thrive with higher humidity. Mist the foliage regularly with room-temperature water.
Feeding: Requires more fertilizer than most palms. Feed monthly in spring and summer with a 10-10-10 liquid fertilizer, and every two months in the fall and winter.Humidity: Tolerates low humidity, though it will thrive with higher humidity. Mist the foliage regularly with room-temperature water. Repotting:
“Painting” — 10woods
The Interior Edge
13 Reviews
H - Golden Home
Ideabooks122
Questions0
orange candles
silver candle holders
“Love the picture on the back” — Trong Khai (Bond) Nguyen
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