Candles In Home Decor
Candles somehow complete a space and make it more warm and welcoming. You can line up a few here and there or cluster them or choose big ones with different heights and stylish holders. There are a zillion things you can do with it, and there’s really no stopping when it comes to candles.
Here’s how you can use them:
Kitchen and dining: Pick out light, refreshing fragrances that’ll completely wipe out any smells of the previous meal and leave your kitchen smelling heavenly. You can also use them on the dining table and make a centre-piece out of it at your next dinner soiree. “Candles are my go-to element to enhance any dinner table set up or a sit-down dinner table runner. There’s nothing classier than a mix of tall and short candles with fresh greens and florals to uplift the mood at a dinner party. What’s even better is that it’s the easiest way to bring a touch of elegance in any setup,” shares Saanya Sharma, co-founder, Three Entertainment, a wedding decor agency.
Bedroom: Your bedroom is your haven and your place for relaxation, so it’s essential to pick out a fragrance that soothes you and helps you calm down instantly. “Candles play a big role in the mood of the individual and especially at a time like this, it’s essential to have a few around to help keep calm. A Zoom date/anniversary celebration is just cosier with a little scent of cherry blossom or wisteria around,” adds Sharma.
Bathroom: A bathroom done right can be a beautiful relaxing space. All of us like to unwind every once in a while and what better way than to draw up a bubble bath and light up a soothing candle. Sharma notes, “A few fragrances that could go well to add to a relaxing experience overall are – eucalyptus and citrus but something more unusual could be a mix of black-current and rose or bamboo and green tea depending on the occasion that can make any bathroom smell fresh.”