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I love Seda France candles. This one comes in many different scents and colors. The beautiful container is hand-painted in a pagoda pattern in gold.
If you're outside, there will be bugs. This modern-looking citronella candle will be unobtrusive while it fights off insects.
I love how this piece is essentially a basic hurricane lamp but with an oversize lantern-shaped metal frame for a striking twist.
Give your stylish midcentury home some midcentury shine with this vintage Crown candleholder designed by Jens Quistgaard. Made in the form of a stylized crown, it can hold 12 skinny tapers or one large ball candle, making it as versatile as it is lovely.
The series of beaded petals that make up this flower candle holder are beautiful. I can imagine that the glass beads would shimmer and glow when the candles are lit.
These gold and wood candlesticks are an easy way to incorporate the look without making a huge commitment.
Cire Trudon is the Bentley of candles. This Spiritus Sancti candle flickers with hints of crimson, gold and amber, and its scent of incense, muguet and labdanum is heavenly.
Candles instantly make a home feel cozier. Regardless of the season, a simple pewter candleholder will make every candle burning session feel extra special.
These gold candles could work for Christmas or just for every day. They have a certain elegance to them that would fit in any type of home.
I like the concept of having pillar candles because they can be easily changed and switched around to make a bold statement.
Solid Column Candle
Beautiful handmade beeswax candles of the highest quality add a little natural nighttime shimmer to any room.
Give your table a glow with these pretty ceramic hurricanes. I would love a set of two or three grouped together.
How great would it be to decorate the house entrance in an archaic way with these votive holders? I imagine a bunch of them in a row showing the way.
WoodWick candles are some of my favorites. Their natural wooden wicks create a sound reminiscent of a crackling fire. This candle features the scent of burning woods and notes of vanilla musk.
This nautical rope lantern is great for an outdoor dinner party. Fill it with sand and a candle or fun shells, and it'll make a great centerpiece. It's available in small or large sizes and looks great when grouped.
Nothing is classier than placing a simple white candle in a hurricane. It’s the best way to jazz up a boring mantel.
Skip basic white taper candles in favor of something more colorful, like these orange ones, for Thanksgiving.
Hurricane lamps make such a statement and really remind me of the ocean. Line the bottoms with sand or sea glass and place them on your countertops.
This is a perfect addition to rural-inspired decor, even when living in the city. Imagine the contrast this can make with stark, modern lines and materials.
This massive Diptique candle is over the top and completely awesome. I think this would be the only candle you'd need in your entire house. It's expensive, but it's huge and worth it!
I love to change my candles with the seasons because smell is very related to memory. Sandalwood is very woody and may be more reminiscent of winter, but its name sounds like summer, so it's perfect for spring. Above all, it smells divine.
A delicious scented candle in super fun packaging is the perfect gift for a hostess, coworker or friend.
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