Dress up hurricanes or pillar candles with miniature wreaths used as chargers. The key to achieving the proper look is a snug fit. First, pick up pillar candles or hurricanes, then based on the diameter, choose a wreath with an inside opening no more than 1/4-inch larger than the diameter of the hurricane or pillar candle.
This neutral transitional living room space features neutral floor-length curtains, two couches angled for conversation, and a large wooden coffee table with an entertainment tray and candles as a centerpiece.
This display skips the evergreen shoots and poinsettias, but not the seasonal feel. Large off-white vases filled with snow-colored tulips flank the firebox, while candles of different height and intensity create light and interest on the mantel.
With brass candles and a wooden center, this chandelier is both elegant and casual -- and so it becomes the piece de resistance of the living room. Behind it, five family photographs decorate the wall and give the space a personal touch.
Simple white votive candles create a linear centerpiece atop a honeycomb-patterned tablecloth in this formal dining room area. Large, detailed wood ceiling beams and a brick archway add drama to this luxurious space. The archway leads to an outdoor entertaining area that continues the Old World charm of the dining room.
Use eight decorative candle holders as a stand in for a traditional menorah. Use a larger, separate "Shamash" candle to light the votives each night. Position the votives on either side of the Shamash.
Comfortable, oversized plush armchair and sofa beckon for relaxation, reading and friendly conversation near the grand stone fireplace. Large, wood ceiling beams draw the eye to the warming fireplace centerpiece while a stunning rug adds to the space's elegant sophistication. Arched entryways keep the room feeling large and open the space between the dining room and kitchen.
Spray paint empty wine bottles gold to create your own beautiful menorah centerpiece. You’ll need one bottle for each of the eight nights of Hanukkah as well as a larger bottle for the Shamash candle, which is used to light the other candles.