Design ideas with candle holders
For romantic encounters, there are two kinds of candle holders that are the most popular to use: votive or tealight holdersand candlestick holders. Tea light holders are meant to be used in very intimate settings, like the bedroom or bath, and will allow you to set the stage by illuminating the area with tiny, inch high lights. Some of them float, making the bath a wonderland of lights and romantic music. A candlestick is the classical way of turning the dining room into a romantic bistro for two, surrounded and outlined by its intimate circle of light. Silver candelabras will have the same effect, but usually in a larger group, during emotional holiday seasons.
Enjoying candle holders in the outdoors is a recent expansion for their use, and work well in tandem with fire pits and bonfires. Wooden candle holders can be used to light up a picnic table during a weekend barbeque, for example, and candle lanterns make for an inexpensive alternative to gas lanterns while camping. Glass globes lining a patio wall can set an intimate mood under the stars, while an entire patio area can easily be lit using decorative sconce arrangements, leading to hours of fun after dark.