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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.
I would like to put a collection of these bright candleholders together in the center of a festive table.
Roost Tea Lights
I love animal prints — haven't you noticed? That’s why I chose this scented leopard-patterned candle with an enchanting scent of pink champagne. You won’t go wrong with this treat — it’s personally tested.
Perfect for your friday night séance or perhaps just an alternative to electricity, these candelabras are a great and unique way to illuminate a space.
Nothing rings in the new year like lots and lots of candlelight! Get at least a couple dozen votive holders to place around the house — the more the merrier. I love these for the extra added bling they have.
Brass is still trending big time. I love this modern candlestick holder done by Nate Berkus for Target.
I love the modern shapes of this collection of five brass tea light holders designed by a Swedish architectural firm. They all go together, but each piece is unique in its own way.
These bright green topiary candleholders are made of wire and shaped into a truly unique design — what a fun statement piece.
Topiary Candleholder Set
This gorgeous gilded capiz shell lantern is absolutely stunning! It's a splurge, but it makes such a sophisticated and exotic statement.
Create beautiful glints and gleams of light in any room with these slate-colored metal lanterns. They're distinctly modern and decidedly fresh.
This Alala candle has a gorgeous bubble glass container that you can reuse after the candle is gone.
Laundry-scented candles? Yes! I love the smell of freshly hung linens, and now there's a way to bring that delicious scent indoors.
I love the 3-D illusion created by this geometric candle sconce. It comes in many colors to match all styles of interiors and can be hung in clusters for an amplified result.
Marimekko can do no wrong, even in hot pad form. This transports me to Miami and back within the time it takes to roast a chicken.
The story that accompanies the design of this candle describes the belief that the Vena amoris ("vein of love"), was thought to stem from the heart directly to the fourth finger on the left hand. I hope that this candle burns slowly so as to preserve this legend.
Light up your dining room table with this multiple-height candelabra. It would give off a a good glow without being obtrusive.
A bathroom will always stay fresh if this lemon-scented candle is around. The fragrance is super light, and the neutral-colored wax makes it work with any decor.
My grandmother used to have a similar lantern in her village. I loved those quiet, starry nights when she lit it, and we sat at the patio listening to her storytelling.
I adore this twist on the classic outdoor lantern. The nautical rope and gold accents make it the perfect accent for your outdoor space.
Candlelight will dance in this pierced ceramic tea light holder. I’d love one by my bedside. Plus, the simple design is not overtly girly, which will please your guy.
These tea lights have brilliant shiny colors that really compliment each other. They would make a great grouping as a centerpiece at the table.
This candle holder brings a winter night in Aspen to the table. The crystal branch has been amazingly reproduced in chilly looking crystal for 3 candles.
If a silver candelabra is just too showy for your design taste, you'll love this white glass candelabra. Elegant and understated, a pair of these would be beautiful on a dining table or buffet.
Stunning in its simplicity, this 50 year-old Danish-designed candle holder oozes drama without competing with your other accessories or place settings. Also available in black, I like the white for its ethereal quality.
While not particularly glamorous, everyone needs a new pot holder once in a while. These Martha Stewart designs are 100 percent cotton and neutral enough to feel at home in the country or the city.
Don't like the smell of Citronella? This candle in a modern concrete container is made with oils that naturally repel mosquitoes.
I love mercury glass for the holidays. Candlelight looks even more beautiful flickering through it, don't you think?
While admittedly way out of my price range, I'm totally drawn to this candelabra and the gold-colored glass tubes that make it up. Filled with candles or as is, it would make a striking centerpiece for the dining table.
Hurricane shades have been around for years, doing the job of shielding candles for strong breezes. These beautiful hurricane shades are mouth blown and crystal clear.
These fancy candles are something no one is likely to splurge on for themselves, so it's a perfect treat to bring a hostess. The colors and design are sure to inspire a beautiful tablescape.
Green Vine Taper Candles
Few things rival the ambiance-enhancing power of candlelight. Pack an extra punch with this incredible hand-crafted hanging tea light holder. Group a few in a corner, or hang one simple, dramatic fixture for an instant mood enhancer.
I'll admit I'm biased; I'm a Simon Pearce fanatic. I find their hand-blown glass designs to be simple but elegant, and these small candleholders are no exception. They can fit in with every kind of decor from traditional to contemporary.
These gingko candelabras will really make a statement at your holiday party with their dramatic yet sophisticated look.
Ever wonder where the time goes? This oversized candle holder doubles as a wax collector, so you can watch your time literally melt away. Working almost as a time capsule, you can correlate your memories with the color of wax that collects.
The steel, rope and lantern trends collided in this fabulous piece. We adore the idea of filling it with old wine corks from special occasions — but a candle would work nicely as well!
Jo Malone candles can change the mood of a room instantly. This Pomegranate Noir home candle creates the perfect atmosphere. I would love to infuse the air around my home with this blend of pomegranate, raspberry, frankincense and patchouli.
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