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.
Two angular black-and-white candelabras cut crisp figures amidst this fireplace's more traditional setting. The black of the candlesticks picks up on the artwork's dark frame and helps the whole look work together.
This soft dining room features an all-over neutral color palette paired with traditional arched doorways and white crown moldings. Leather ivory and plush powder blue chairs are positioned around a lacquered dining table with a gold candelabra chandelier. A mirrored console cabinet provides a spot for two lamps.
This Mediterranean-inspired sitting room features a plump white chaise with decorative throw pillows. An Old World candelabra and maroon drapes with tassel tiebacks add character behind the seating area.
This traditional dining room features an all-over soft yellow hue paired with bold red accents, like the curtains and carpet. Tufted buttercream-hued chairs line the dark brown wood dining table, while a white candelabra chandelier hangs overhead.
Skulls fill this creepy dining room decorated by HGTV fan nyclq, who chose a black-and-white theme. She topped a gauze table runner with a delicate branch centerpiece that holds skull tea lights. The skull theme is carried through to the buffet table, featuring black candelabras and a mummy skeleton. The bright orange drapery panels are the only pop of color, which adds a dramatic touch to the space.
For inexpensive wintery decor, Utah interior and textile designer Jennifer Stagg created the fragrant pine canopy by assembling free branches and twine she already owned. She also crafted the candelabra from brass plumbing pieces she found at a hardware store. Thrift stores are also great places to find dishes for cheap, like these she found for a dollar a piece.
A photograph of flowers on a dark background by Whitney Ott bursts forth in a black-and-white great room designed by Barbara Westbrook for the Southeastern Designer Showhouse and Gardens in Atlanta. Other dramatic details in the room include the candelabra.
This modern white dining room features a steel window wall which retracts to open the interior to an outside sitting area, contemporary dining table and white upholstered dining chairs, and a modern candelabra pendant light.
Bright white cabinetry pairs with a white subway tile backsplash in this lovely kitchen designed by Jenni Leasia. Black granite countertops and dark wood floors add a touch of contrast to the space, while two candelabras hang above the island, adding cottage flair to the space.
Vaulted ceilings, white walls and large windows let natural light flood into this Mediterranean-style dining room. Wrought-iron accents—the chandelier, a candelabra—bring stately elegance to the space.
A cinnamon-colored wood dining table warms up the dining room, complemented by dark walls and a twinkling crystal chandelier. The soft tans and white of the coffered ceiling help to show off the beautiful architecture.
This simply chic neutral bedroom features a black wrought iron bed paired with frilly white and gray bed linens, and floral throw pillows. An antique candelabra chandelier hangs overhead, while white louvered doors provide outdoor balcony access. Dark brown hardwood floors add a finishing touch.
This traditional, open plan great room contrasts dark hardwoods with gray walls and gray and white upholstery to provide a light, airy feel. Highlights include a candelabra-style wrought iron chandelier, arched openings, and a neutral diamond-pattern area rug.
This master bedroom features the neutral Venetian plaster paint walls that are seen throughout the home. A double tray ceiling with white crown moldings boasts a traditional touch, while a candelabra chandelier completes the look. Gray and white linens are used on the bed to match the decorative gray nightstands on either side.