Designer Candleholders - More than Dining Room Decoration
There are many arguments for candles: Lanterns, tealight holders or candleholders.
The latter is probably the most classic variety of them. With candleholders, many are necessarily reminded of a stuffy dining scene. But this thought is at least as misconceived as the reputation of the candleholder. Today candlesticks come in unusual shapes, materials and colours. The Tenochtitlan by Dirade Kosmo appears much more futuristic than stuffy. In bright red with curved branches, it puts your candles in the right light.
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A good glass of wine, a book, soft music and a few candles in the candleholder. Candleholders are decorative with added value. Candlelight promotes relaxation. But what is it? On one hand candlelight is spectral, meaning it requires minimal adaptation of our eyes. This is ‘rewarded’ by the body with increased serotonin output – we become happy. In addition, stored memories play a role. From when we are children we have learned that candles are lit in joyous situations, such as at festivals and for celebrations. Our mind harkens back to these memories. The Normann Copenhagen Heima candleholder has clear and classic lines. Its special charm comes from its cast iron material. Another advantage: the candleholder is particularly stable due to its heavy weight of 700 grams.
Designer Candleholders - A Matter of Material
Candleholders consist of many more materials than just metal. They come in steel, wood and marble. Steel: Steel is probably the classic material for candle holders. Why not? It has proven itself. It is sturdy and extremely durable. Furthermore, it is polished and impressive with a fine glow. The Kubus candleholder from by Lassen is a classic. It was designed in 1912 by Mogens Lassen. Since then, the geometrically designed steel holder has stood triumphantly in living rooms.
Wood: Wood has something original. It can be very rustic when combined with a candle. But it does not have to be as a mixture of wood and other materials appears modern. The Ferm Living String candleholder brings a piece of Scandinavia into your home. The candleholder consists of four large wooden spheres with holes for candles. The beech wood balls in natural wood or retro shades are connected by a leather strap.
Marble: Marble is noble. When combined with wood, it preserves its classic charm. Candleholders made from marble fit into any environment. The Chunk of Marble by Menu impresses with its versatility. It is available in small and large versions and in light or dark marble. Its simple shape gives it something timeless.
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