Fireplace Candelabra and
An empty fireplace is as unattractive as an empty picture
frame, so fill your fireplace with a Fireplace Candelabra.
The Dreaded Black Hole
Let's face it: a fireplace with no fire burning is just a black
hole in the wall. Fireplace candelabra can bring that empty fireplace back to life with a flickering glow much like a gentle wood fire.
- When you're too busy to build a wood fire,
- when you don't want the fuss or mess of a fire,
- when you have a purely decorative fireplace, or
- when wood fires are out of season,
it's easy to re-energize your fireplace by putting a fireplace
candelabra inside and lighting the candles.
Hassle-free, clean, easy, pretty, romantic, and relaxing are just
some of the words our customers use in praise of their fireplace candelabra. You can use plain or scented candles, according to your mood.
Choosing a Style
Every style of fireplace candelabra you can imagine is available to
carry out your traditional or avant garde decorating ideas. Most are symmetrical, but some are teasingly irregular in shape. Many are made of steel with
plain black finish, but others look like birch logs, pine boughs, or vines. There's even a sleek glass and stainless steel bio-fuel model that burns safe,
The styles that are not very deep can be used in front of an
existing fireplace grate, in front of many gas log sets, and in zero-clearance fireplaces.
Candles and More
You can vary the shape and color of your candles to fit the season
or occasion. There are globes, cubes, pillars, and tapers in white, ivory, burgundy, purple, royal blue, navy blue, red and hunter green—all at affordable
prices, by the dozen. Some candelabra hold up to ten candles; some as few as three.
Fireplace candelabra co-exist happily with cut flowers or live
plants like philodendra or decorative ivy. Dress up your fireplace for occasions or just because you want to change your décor.
Candelabra with the candle icon indicate that they come
with free candles included! These make ideal, ready-to-use gifts.
Pointless or Focal Point?
In most cases, the fireplace is the focal point of a room. If the
fireplace is vacant and inert, that focal point is quite blah. A candelabrum preserves the original architectural intent of making
the fireplace the center of attention.