6 Ways to Decorate Your Space Using Candles
A couple of quick fixes can turn an ordinary candle into an instant stylish accent
Without a doubt, candles are must-haves for the home as it can help keep pests away as well as remove bad odors.
Aside from these benefits, and of course, giving us light, candles can also serve as chic decor for the home. A few tweaks here and a little DIY savvy there, you can create decor pieces using these common household item. Let these ideas guide and inspire you.
Want a natural fruity scent in your home? Wrap lemon peels around tealight candles to deodorize your space and remove bad smells.
Where to place it: Consider placing your lemon candles on a white plate. Place it near the dining area. You may even use it as a centerpiece!
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Add a rustic touch to your lanai by placing votive candles inside mason jars. Complete the look by adding pebbles, too.
Where to place it: You may hang it in your garden or line up the pathway with five to ten candle jars.
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Breathe new life into your old votive candle glasses using spray paint. Consider having chevron stripes and other interesting patterns as design.
Where to place it: You may place it in the living area—as the focal point for your coffee table setup.
Create a resort-like vibe at home by placing tealight candles inside shells. Make sure you choose the right size of shells that can accommodate your candles.
Where to place it: Consider placing your seashell candles in the bathroom for a relaxed, laid-back, and beach-inspired feel.
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Hosting a party anytime soon? Place candles inside stylish teacups to create instant centerpieces for your dining table.
Where to place it: In the dining area or outdoors if you're having a backyard party.
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Add a natural sweet scent to your home by attaching cinnamon sticks to your votive candle. Secure it using a string.
Where to place it: Remove bad smells in the kitchen by placing it on the counter. It will surely add a delicious aroma to the space.
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