Decorating With Candle Lamps and Lanterns

It’s warming up and thoughts of picnics, barbecues and other warm weather get togethers top our to do lists. The grass is greener, the flowers are blooming we are anxious to make our patios, porches, decks and gardens beautiful again. Not to mention all the spring cleaning going on to beautify our indoor spaces, too.

We have a bright idea for you! Add a candle lamp or lantern and enjoy their beauty anytime of the day. Beautiful in the daylight and useful in the evening lamps and lanterns of all sizes, shapes and styles fit the bill for adding functional style to any environment. And, they make great gifts, too.

A solar lantern is on always on auto pilot…the sun powers it by day so it can light up the night.
An electric candle fits inside a glass bottle wasp trap lamp to add charm to any affair. Add a colorful accent ring for an instant designer’s look. Easily hang from a hook or post, too.
Lanterns showcase home accents other than candles. This small lantern is the perfect spot for a lovely glass flower, but any collectible or accent will look right at home.
An alternative to candle lanterns are oil lamps. Here a trio is filled with river stone lending an organic touch.
Lanterns are the “go to” home accents throughout the year. They are both functional and beautiful. This lantern features a summer accent ring which can easily be changed with the seasons.
Group different lanterns, lamps and home accents together for centerpieces, mantle displays and buffet tables.
A chimney shaped lantern is filled with fresh tulips. Remove the flowers and set a floating candle or t-lite holder atop the Dew Drops filler to create a centerpiece.
This colorful glass lantern looks lovely with roses, but is perfect for adding a candle and hanging from a post to shine at night.
Some lanterns include a handle for carrying or hanging from posts, trees or hooks. Here a glass votive cup hangs from a tree limb adding atmosphere to an outdoor space.





































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