Candles Warm the Winter Home

Fall and winter mean dark evenings and the demand for a little more light indoors. This season, make a luminous atmosphere with candles. They’re forever chic and complement any design scheme; even a cheap candle could transform a room with its light. If you are wondering about different approaches to infuse your area with candles, check out the next photos. Until the sunlight returns, their radiance is guaranteed to create the perfect winter atmosphere.

The Painted Home

You likely spend much time in your home’s eating area, whether for snacks or vacation get-togethers. You’ll need to ensure this area is well-lit, and candles are just the trick. Create your own chandelier by hanging a wire basket filled with candles. Depending on the candle you select, you may choose to put a tray along the bottom of the basket to prevent wax from dripping.

Faiella Design

If you presently have a light fixture above your desk, look at lining your sideboard or buffet table with groups of candles. If you put a mirror behind them, it is possible to double click the soft glow dancing around the room.

Life from the Fun Lane

Group a variety of candles together to get a simple centerpiece both functional and chic.

Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly, Inc. (CKD, CBD, CR)

There’s no better spot to relax after a long day than the bathtub. A wall of candles will result in a relaxing vibe and sufficient lighting to catch up on your favorite magazines.

Belzberg Architects

Don’t have shelves near your bathroom? No worries: a line of candles will work as well.

Sylvia Martin

Put one singular candle on your own bathroom’s vanity to enjoy while you are in the tub or shower.

Anderson Design Studio

Novels and knickknacks will be the usual props for shelves, but what about a ton of candles? Come nighttime, this living room will be adequately lit and incredibly cozy.

Escale design

Place candles in hurricanes in your coffee table. This is an simple solution for adding extra candlelight to your space, and a fire enclosed in a hurricane makes it a lot safer when put in the middle of a traffic zone.

Tracy Murdock Allied ASID

Have a gorgeous piece of artwork above your mantle? Highlight it while adding extra light to a living room with a row of candles.

Chris Jovanelly Interior Design

Perhaps your fireplace can’t support a log fire, but it doesn’t mean that the space won’t be just as amazing when outfitted with candles. Anyway, you will still achieve the hot glow without having to chop a heap of logs.

Scot Meacham Wood Design

If you are fortunate enough to be in a warmer climate where you can still spend a few nights on the porch, light the way with candles. Work them in your table’s centerpiece in addition to lining the ground or walls. Candlelight is much more attractive and less expensive than installing outdoor lights.

Rupal Mamtani

Since candles come in so many distinct heights, colors and sizes, they’re the perfect things for vignettes. Have a console which could use a little something extra? Group together an assortment of candles to get an artful display which may also light the hallway.

Amy Lau Design

Make the vignette more attractive with beautiful candleholders. Paired with elegant taper candles, the vignette will offer light in a fashion style.

Need a little extra lighting to get a seating nook? Can’t beat two perfectly positioned candles. They will provide only enough light whilst turning a base of novels into a vignette.

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