6 Ways to Make a Driftwood Candle Holder
Driftwood candle holders are good alternatives to pricey candle holders available at markets. Sometimes you keep on looking for a suitable candle holder that would match the décor of your room, yet find it hard to get. But what if you know how to make one? Then, your problem is solved and running after a specific design is a story of the past. The following article is an endeavor to provide you with some easy DIYs of driftwood candle holders that would save both your time and money.
A driftwood candle holder mounted on your wall looks artistic in every possible way. Assemble some pieces of driftwood in your desired patterns and use as a candle holder.
Driftwood pieces vertically aligned and tied with ropes make a good candle holder. Seal the deal with a decorative star fish for achieving a perfect nautical appearance.
A asymmetric long piece of driftwood, beautifully set up with a few holes to keep some candles. Place this at your portico, on a small table, and light up the candles at night.
A single piece of driftwood, holding some votive candles one after another, makes you interior rich with an aesthetic touch. Use a driller to make even holes for those candles.
This log candle holder can be placed on your dinner table when you are planning for a candlelight dinner. Dim your electric light or switch them off, and enjoy the night.
Three tea lights beautifully kept inside some holes of a driftwood piece together make a centerpiece for a coffee table.
You must have realized that making these candle holders is not at all a time-consuming affair as drilling is the only thing you need to do. Of course, coloring the driftwood is always an option, and gray, white and beige are the shades people prefer to use.
Published on August 29th 2017 by Suzanne Kane