Candleholder Roundup

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We're officially at the end of October and the cold weather is setting in. It's the season for sweater weather, burning candles, drinking hot beverages, and taking in all the good this time of year has to offer. One of my favorite decor items to bring out in November are candle holders and candelabras. They perfect any tablescape and add warmth to your home. Click through for a giant roundup of my favorites...

01: rustic candle holder // 02: bell tower candle holder // 03: metal candle holder // 04: allis candle holder // 05: gilted candelabra // 06: arya candle holder // 07: taper candleholder // 08: emmett candle holder
I'm partial to black candleholders and candelabras. I prefer the ones with more unique shapes- like tapered bases, modern curves, and graphic lines. If an all black candelabra is too dramatic for you, opt for one that includes feminine details and a small amount of brass (like numbers 2 and 5).

The most obvious space to style a candelabra is centered on the dining table. It takes minimal effort to add one to the tabletop and the payoff is always a beautiful statement.

01: jefferson candle holder // 02: taper candle holder // 03: terrier taper holder // 04: brass candelabra // 05: fluted candleholder // 06: plaza candle holder // 07: candle holder set // 08: brass bamboo tall candleholder // 09: gabriel candle holder // 10: cursive candlestick
Brass candleholders are pretty classic year round. They can easily transition to any season, but their warm, inviting, and metallic finish make them especially gorgeous during the holiday season. Numbers 4 and 10 have me completely smitten!

01: eve candelabra // 02: pinch candleholder // 03: mission candleholder // 04: knot candleholder // 05: labra candleholder // 06: crystal candleholders // 07: marin candleholder // 08: matte candleholder // 09: wadsworth candleholders // 10: berlin candle holder // 11: branch candleholders
If you're a minimalist or lean toward Scandinavian design, the white, shapely variations from the collage above are a safe bet. If your style is a bit more glam- give numbers 4, 5, 10, or 11 a try!

Lastly, I have to include a handful of wood candleholders. They add warmth and texture to any space.

01: wood candleholders // 02: caravel candleholder // 03: baltic candleholders // 04: pillar candleholders // 05: issa candleholder
I really prefer a classic or modern shape when it comes to wooden candleholders. The above roundup includes the best of both worlds.

Whether you're styling a candelabra on the dining table, placing candles on your mantel, or scattering them throughout your shelves, there are plenty of great options to welcome the holiday season! What are your favorites from the post? Share in the comments below!

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Sarah Gibson is a full-time designer located in the Midwest. With an emphasis on both graphic and interior design, her projects are varied. Sarah's areas of expertise range from rebranding, website & blog design, print and social media marketing, to creative direction, such as styling and photoshoots. As an interior designer, Sarah also specializes in full-service interior design, custom projects, styling, and renovations. Aside from her day job, she spends evenings and weekends creating content for her lifestyle blog, Room for Tuesday, which features content in design, interiors, travel, fashion, and creative inspiration. She enjoys balancing both trendy and eclectic pieces with classic elements, for a curated aesthetic.