There’s nothing like candlelight to set a mood, but your RA will never let ’em pass. These flameless, battery-operated candles have wax bases and they actually flicker, so they look like the real thing, without the fire hazard.
As the homeowners enter their space, they are greeted with a straight line of sight through their spa-inspired master bathroom. To the left, a three dimensional backsplash gives the room texture, while directly to the rear of the space, a soaking tub is set up, complete with flameless candles, perfectly for relaxing after a long day.
To give the homeowners the relaxing master bathroom space they desired, designers had a soaking tub brought into the space. Behind the tub, they installed a tile accent wall with a shelf to hold flameless candles to give the space a spa-inspired ambiance. Above the tub area a blown glass light fixture adds personality to the space.
Combine rustic and elegant decor for an original and stylish holiday look. DIY blogger Ginnie Leeming of Hello Little Home styled this holiday table. Keeping the centerpiece simple with flameless candles and a handful of glittered pinecones, Leeming really let her chalkboard, which she decorated with gold and white chalk marker and topped with a gold berry wreath from The Home Depot, do the celebrating with holiday shine and sparkle.
Decorative lanterns, vintage or new, are one of the easiest and most attractive ways to add lighting to an outdoor space. Cluster them on the dining table, group them at points around the edges of the space or line them up on a wall — the options are many and varied. You can use real wax candles or outdoor LED “candles.” The San Nicola Lantern shown here, $99, from Grandin Road, comes with three battery-operated flameless candles.