I want to show you a quick tip as to how you can get yourself one of those cool architectural candleholders you see at stores like Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware.
Something along the lines of this…
I love architectural salvage and will do anything to find a way to get it into my home somehow. You may recall my robe/towel hooks I made using old molding.
Today though, no effort is required.
Just stop by your local ReStore, flea market, antique store or recycling center and pick up some old posts or large spindles such as this one.
Put a candle on it.
Eww… sorry for the blurry picture. Must have hit the wrong setting
A candle holder this size will cost anywhere from $50 – $100 in a home décor store.
You can get the look with a piece of salvage anywhere from $5 – $25.
And it is the REAL thing. Can’t beat that!
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