BIRDCAGE CANDLE HOLDER MEASUREMENTS:
Set of 2 birdcage candle holders, each measure: Size S: 32cm/12.6’’, Size L: 38cm/15’’. Perfect for 3.5’’ diameter pillar candles or LED flameless pillar candles. Candles are not included.
This shabby decorative lantern candle holder is inspired by the birdcage and standing a little bird on the top, as natural as though it were living! It is a great and unique decoration even without candles.
Sziqiqi birdcage candle holder is totally hand welding, not perfect wire grids, plus the distressed color, this decorative bird cage candleholder set shows rustic style.
The base of the birdcage candle holder is done in a beautiful antique white color with a distressed finish all around for an aged appearance. They combine the perfect style of modern and vintage that adds a shabby look. A great gift to parents or friends.
Ideal for a wide variety of design settings, great for adding a decorative touch to any room’s decor. Perfect for everyday use, wedding, events, aromatherapy, Spa, Reiki, Meditation. It is also a perfect gift to crown that birthday, anniversary, housewarming or holiday.
TIPS ON CANDLE HOLDERS:
1) Pillar Candles
2) Votive Candles
3) Taper Candles
4) Floating Candles
5) Tealight Candles
6) Lantern Candles
7) Battery-Operated Tea Lights
8) Candle Jars
9) Mason Jar Candles
10) Pillar-less Candles
Candle Holders: Frequently Asked Questions
Following are some important frequently asked questions about candle holders.
- What shape should my candle holder be?
The shape of your candle holder should be based on the type of candle you plan to use. For example, tealight candles are typically small and round, while pillar candles are larger and more rectangular. You’ll also want to consider the overall aesthetic you’re going for in your home. A geometric candle holder might be the way to go if you’re looking for something more modern.
- How should I care for my candle holder?
When you’re not using your candle holder, store it in a cool, dry place. You can lightly dust it with a soft cloth if it’s made of metal. You can wipe it down with a damp cloth if it’s glass. Be careful from harsh materials because they can be harmful for finish.
- How do I take care of the wax residue on my candle holder?
You can remove wax residue from your candle holder by gently heating the affected area with a hair dryer set to low heat. Once the wax is melted, use a soft cloth to wipe it away. If the residue is stubborn, you can use a little bit of rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball to remove it.
Candle holder or geometric candle holders provides an area to set the candle in while it burns down. They can be made from all materials, including metal, glass, wood, pottery, and even food! With so many options available, you can use your candle holder to create different moods or atmospheres in your room, whether you’re celebrating the holidays or enjoying a friendly, warm fire on a chilly night. Learn more about candle holders and how they can enhance the look of any candle from this guide.