By candle light

I love this time of year when the temperature starts to drop and the leaves turn beautiful autumnal colours. It makes you want to curl up under a blanket, lighting a few candles as the days start getting darker earlier.

 

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I’ve recently added to my vast candle collection this beautiful Etch candle holder from Tom Dixon the stunning laser cut metal cage creates a lovely pattern when lit. I can’t wait to enjoy the winter evenings with this beauty.

 

Candles shouldn’t just be about the flickering flame but the holder itself should be a winner, I’ve collected together a few of my current favorites to enjoy this winter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These geometric brass ‘Hex’ candle stick holders from Alex Allen Studio are beautiful objects alone and simply shine when paired with a candle.

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Concrete and metal together has always appealed to me and when I came across the ‘Crowd’ collection from David Taylor I was immediately drawn to this blue number. I would definitely recommend the rest of the collection they are all like little art pieces in their own right.

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One of Hay’s best seller is this modern take on the oil lamp, the elegant fold of copper creates a lovely shape, for any contemporary Wee Willie Winkles.

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Marble is the silk of the stone world, and these ‘Chunk’ candle holders from Menu are just as smooth and good looking as any silk scarf.

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Don’t forget tea lights too, these geometric metal pillars from John Lewis are perfect for any table top.

 

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Now the candles are taken care of all I need now is to find some wooly jumpers!

Jo x

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