Happy Wednesday! It’s time for another post in my weekly Pin Away Wednesday series. It has been raining and cool the past few days which has put me in the mood for enjoying some cozy candlelight. Today I am sharing some favorite images from my Cozy Candlelight Pinterest board for inspiration. If you love decorating with candles, beautiful candlesticks, and creating a cozy ambiance with candles, get ready to pin away!
Candles have been used since antiquity as both a primary source of lighting and to create an elegant and cozy atmosphere. Even a simple display of pillar candles can be striking en masse.
Displaying candles in lanterns adds a bit of old world rustic charm to any area, indoors or out.
Now that it’s the “fallidays” the time between late fall and Christmas, it’s time to start thinking of all the creative ways to incorporate candles in our homes for these festive seasons.
Just about anything can be repurposed as a candle holder, including fall fruits!
There is something so striking about the combination of candles with rustic and natural elements.
Candlesticks are some of my favorite go-to decorative accessories for mantels and tablescapes. I can’t resist French candlesticks, candleabras, or mercury glass votive holders.
Brass candlesticks are timeless and elegant in any setting.
Candlelight seems to make any holiday table setting a bit more special.
A Festive and Traditional Christmas Tablescape~Follow The Yellow Brick Home
I love the reflection of glowing candles in old mirrors.
Choose chippy white candle holders for a bit of cottage farmhouse style.
Think outside the box and repurpose unusual items as candle holders to create unique vintage style vignettes or for use in tablescapes.
When the days get colder, shorter and darker, light some candles and make the most of calm and cozy evenings indoor.
I hope you enjoyed seeing some of my favorite pins from my Cozy Candlelight Pinterest board. I am always pinning ideas for decorating with candles year round, so be sure to follow me over on Pinterest and scroll through my board if you love candles as much as I do. Just a side note, a few years ago I switched to using only beeswax or coconut wax candles scented with essential oils. I love all the yummy smelling candles on the market today but I am very sensitive to the synthetic fragrances, dyes, and paraffin wax. If you have had trouble with candles, try beeswax or coconut wax candles. I can usually find them for decent prices at Home Goods or TJ Maxx.
Have you started incorporating candles into your “falliday” decor or do you use them year round? I love hearing from you, dear readers!
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