In this Mediterranean-style living room, the ottoman is decorated with nailhead trim in a floral design. The composition stone fireplace holds a collection of antiques: a pair of architectural masks found in Paris, amber Czechoslovakian candlesticks and a sixteenth-century Italian oil of a mother and children.
A teal sideboard with gold filigree adds a much needed pop of color against this neutral wall. Silver candlesticks and a white owl figurine sit atop the table, while framed prints add pattern to the boho design seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling.
This home's open floor plan allows for easy transition between the kitchen, dining and living rooms. A neutral and gray color palette keeps the look of the spaces light and bright, as seen in the ivory walls, gray cabinets and white tile backsplash. Black leather tufted dining chairs and metallic candlesticks add chic finishing touches.
Carefully chosen accessories make a good space great. Small horse sculptures seem right in place against the backdrop of a beautiful watercolor — almost as if they'd leapt out of the painting. The lamp lives large without feeling oversized thanks to its slim and tall candlestick base. Plants always make a room feel alive and complete.
“I always love bringing seasonal nature into any table, which influenced my choice in greenery, pears and antlers,” says blogger Cassie Bustamante. Log candlestick holders were made from a found fallen limb. Thrifted amber-hued glassware adds a warm glow.
This neutral entry hall is designed to soothe the stress of the day when you walk in the room. A pair of glass pendant lights add symmetry, as do the pair of electric candlesticks on either side of the art on the wall. The transom over the front door allows sunlight to illuminate the hall.
Hot glue the saucers to the candlesticks to make your mini stands. (To remove the hot glue, simply pull the pieces apart after use or use a product such as Goo Gone.) Secure frames to the mini stands using a dot of hot glue or glue dots.
A bright white mantel displays a variety of green accessories, adding color to the space. An interesting ceramic vase houses white flowers while green glass candlesticks hold green taper candles. A vintage fabric screen decorates the adjacent wall.
Give your year-round candelabra a quick makeover for the holidays. Add glittery Christmas candlesticks and wrap flashy gold garland around the frame for added drama. Janell Beals suggests adding pinecones and other natural elements to complete the look.
A portion of shiplap wood siding has been uncovered from beneath the sheet rock and painted white to elegantly extend the mantel above the fireplace. An organic wreath on an old wooden window and blue candlesticks draw the eye to the fireplace in this elegant gray living room.
A burlap canopy and bed hanging evokes casual countryside style and enhances a new four-poster bed. Susan Sully, author of “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques,” which features the home of architect Norman Askins, says accessories like the brass candlestick and hurricane lamp are inexpensive and intensify the style of the room.
A classic wood desk and ladder-back chair add country charm to this white office space. A hanging straw hat complements the country furniture, while metallic candlesticks with purple candles and sparkling glass drawer knobs bring a touch of bling to the old-fashioned desk.
This hallway, leading from one room to another, features art books, art, candlesticks and a tall floral arrangement placed strategically on a contemporary wood and glass table for visual interest. Through the doorway, you can see a red table and chairs placed upon a patterned area rug and white tile floor that is in keeping with the contemporary design.
Evoke modern style in your home this winter with an all-white, minimalist display. This mantel is accented with white fireplace with a geometric mirror, silver candlesticks, white reindeer and a vase of magnolia leaves. A flokati rug draped over the base of the fireplace adds warmth and coziness.
To put the finishing touches on this living room, Fixer Upper's Joanna Gaines added contemporary details to make the space pop. A blue arabesque rug adorns the floor, bringing a cool splash of color to the design, while a vintage, glass coffee table, candlesticks and vase with live flowers give the room the classic details that make the home unique.
When choosing your table decor, consider repeating some of the details of the natural surroundings. Here, the design team chose vertical glass candlesticks that reference the site’s towering trees, as well as the wintery gleam of icicles. Evergreen boughs add softness to the tabletop—just as they do to the view from each seat.
Open wall space connecting to the kitchen leaves the dining room feeling open and comfortable. Tufted leather chairs create a sleek set up around the natural wood dining table. An elegant table setting complete with large stone candlesticks is lit by the curled chandelier hanging between wood ceiling beams. Black metal letters decorate the wall spelling "Home" for an extra inviting detail.
Contemporary with some midcentury modern influence, this condo living room uses a neutral backdrop to allow the furnishings to be the statement of the space. A navy blue velvet sofa with a trio of different throw pillows becomes the focal point in the room, and two rugs layer together to ground the round coffee table decorated with pink flowers and candlesticks.