Colorful maps add a classic touch to glass vessels and votives. You'll need the following materials for this project: an assortment of glass votive candle holders and vases, scissors, maps, a pencil, a ruler or straight edge and double-sided tape.
This living room feels cool and serene, from the pale watery blue walls to the plush white sofa and capiz shell lighting. Glass and metal tables and metallic candle holders add to the cool color scheme.
The sleek, glass-topped dining table in this fashionable dining room is adorned with metallic candle holders, and the chic buffet is outfitted with mirrored doors. A rectangular mirror above the buffet adds another gleaming touch to the lovely room.
This living room sitting area features two cane armchairs positioned in front of a traditional console table. A colorful modern painting hangs above, while two glass hurricane candle holders sit atop the table. A nearby coffee table boasts decorative books and flowers.
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.
Cedar topiaries and a peace banner made from glittered cardboard letters make the mantelscape great for the holidays, but the display isn't so holiday-themed that it can't stick around all season. Mercury glass vases and candle holders are a sparkling accent to the natural elements
The track lighting fixture shines on the glossy gray mosaic tile accent wall of this transitional bathroom. The dark structure of the vanity contrasts the white countertop and neutral split wall with half paint and half subway tile. A towel with dark yellow stripes and coordinating candle holder add soft color to the gray bathroom.
Create this simple, classic centerpiece with dishes and ornaments you have on hand. Top sprigs of fresh greenery with sparkling sliver and white ornaments, trees and mercury glass candle holders. The soup tureen in the center is both beautiful and functional. Photo by Marian Parsons.
This modern outdoor dining area features a painted gray wood plank table complete with vibrant red placemats and white dishware. Clear glass bowls with bright yellow lemons and white candles are used as an easy yet eye-catching centerpiece, creating a festive yet laidback outdoor dining experience.
This opulent patio space from designer Thomas Oppelt has arching entrances lined with bricks, exposed wood beams and outdoor brick fireplace. An ornate candle-holder forms a visual focal point on the fireplace mantel, and a seating area is highlighted by ornate light fixtures, comfortable outdoor chairs, ottoman and glass side table.
A large dark wooden entertainment center matches the dark hardwood floor and contrasts the neutral walls in this transitional living room. A contemporary glass coffee table sitting on a shag rug and matching end table add angle to the room. A contemporary mounted candle holder and a mirror above the fireplace decorate the room.
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.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson created a cozy, relaxing corner in this spa bathroom with a sleek soaking tub and built-in ledge perfect for holding candles or a glass of wine. A small, linear gallery wall adds color to the monochromatic space and boosts the room's spa-like ambiance.
When you have a view like this one, you wouldn't want to obscure it with over-sized opulent furniture. In the dining room at the 2011 HGTV Dream Home, this 9-foot Appalachian cherry table provides elegance and functionality without obstructing the view. The chrome and leather seats are streamlined and adjustable adding boldness to the space while the three glass cloche chandeliers and glass candle holders add character without blocking the immaculate view and providing elegant dining.
This dining table in the Northridge, California home of Jair and Tiffany Paz has been beautifully dressed by HGTV Star Season 8 contestants Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood. The designers have wonderfully combined glass jars of lemons with yellow and red flowers and a pair of black candles.
Create a tall grim centerpiece by filling a three-tier cake stand with various Halloween decor. HGTV fan Tamgypsy filled the centerpiece with glittery skulls, bones, spray-painted Christmas ornaments and a silver witch's hat. She placed miniature skulls on the plates and brought crystal elements to the table with candle holders and wine glasses.
Filtered through a thin gold curtain, this dining area is able to receive some natural light from the large living room windows. The screen divides the rooms without sacrificing the open floor plan. A dark dining table with an interesting glass top filled with rocks sits beneath a rectangular candle chandelier. The table, a stone bench seat and ornate wood dining chairs provide contrast to the light yellow wall and create an intimate dining area.