Move Over, Belle! These 8 Trendy Floor Candelabras Will Let You Live Out Your “Beauty and the Beast” Dreams
Floor candelabras aren’t just for “Beauty and the Beast” or medieval castles. These pieces look stunning in today’s homes and are going to be making major waves in the design world. If I’ve learned anything from the dark academia aesthetic that has become big over the past couple of years, it’s that intricate, moody candle displays are definitely here to stay.
While candelabras don’t come ultra-cheap, plenty of different styles exist to complement a range of design styles and room sizes. Read on for eight of our top picks.
Rodin Black Iron Floor Candelabra by Athena Calderone
Leave it to Athena Calderone to already be hot on the pursuit of this trend, including it in her recent collaboration with Crate & Barrel. There, you’ll find a super-simple, angular black iron version of the floor candelabra. This design is fairly compact, so let it add a pretty glow anywhere from your dining room to right by your bathtub. The price isn’t half-bad either, so pre-order it now so you’ll get it as soon as possible if it’s not in your local store.
Buy: Rodin Black Iron Floor Candelabra by Athena Calderone, $149.00 from Crate & Barrel
Mila Iron Taper Candleholder
Pottery Barn’s on this trend, too — the brand is serving up the Mila Candleholder, a sculptural design that’s meant to sit on the floor and can hold six tapers. I’d try one of these to light up a little dining nook or next to banquette seating for extra ambiance.
Buy: Mila Iron Taper Candleholder, $299.00 from Pottery Barn
Cyan Design Floor Candelabra
You truly can order anything on Amazon Prime these days! This 60-inch floor candelabra is available with two-day shipping, meaning you can easily scoop it up right in time for your next dinner party. With this style, you get the look of an antique without having to hunt for a storied looking piece.
Buy: Cyan Design 02232 Floor Candelabra,
$372.50 $244.00 from Amazon
Castle Vecchio Renaissance-Style Floor Candelabra
This more budget-friendly candelabra comes in at under $200 but doesn’t sacrifice any style with its romantic flourishes and scroll detailing. It would look great in a cottage or French country style home and boasts a beautiful gray finish.
Buy: Castle Vecchio Renaissance-Style Floor Candelabra,
$184.00 $165.55 from Overstock
Wrought Iron Tall Candelabra
If you love the look of a traditional floor candelabra but aren’t looking for something quite as tall, consider scooping up this 36-inch option. It’s perfect for smaller apartments — because why shouldn’t you make your studio look as elegant as possible?
Buy: Wrought Iron Tall Candelabra, $112.38 from Etsy
Crystal Candelabra For 21 Candles
Though it’s priced much higher than most of the other candelabras I’ve rounded up, this crystal beauty is just too good not to mention. It’ll make every dinner or candlelit book-reading session feel ultra-special and will eliminate the need for overhead lighting when all 21 candles are lit. If you’re after mood, this is the splurge for you!
Buy: Crystal Candelabra For 21 Candles, $599.00 from Jamali Garden
Wavy Black Iron Floor Candelabra
If you love the look of a traditional floor candelabra but crave a piece that’s a little more sleek, this wavy, wiggly design is calling your name. Place it in the corner of your living room to add major intrigue to your apartment.
Buy: Mid-Century Wiggly Wavy Floor Standing Candlestick Holder, $390.00 from Chairish
If you haven’t scoped out Z Galerie’s offering of home goods in a while, you’re missing out. The retailer is chock full of glam, on-trend pieces of all kinds, including this gorgeous gold candelabra, which measures a whopping 75 inches tall. Could the leaf detailing be more stunning?
Buy: Albero Candelabra, $399.00 from Z Galerie