Make Your Home Burn Bright With These Decorative Candles

If you’ve happened to be scrolling across social media recently, you would have seen many proudly profess that on a casual weekday night, while most of Australia was continuing to grapple with yet another seemingly never-ending lockdown, they had planned to “Light The Good Candle.” 

 

The statement has become a means to escape from the constant string of bad news we’ve been dealing with of late—basically, a helpful reminder to make the most out of a tough situation. Light the good candle, drink the good red, order from your favourite, albeit a-little-bit-pricey restaurant. The declarations quickly became a way in which the social media world banded together, making life just that little bit brighter. 

 

From eye-catching designs, deliciously fragrant creations to the bold and structural collector’s items, shop our edit of the candles that are so stunning, they double as decor. 

From Rotterdam-based designer Lex Pott’s Instagram-famous twist candles in a string of bright colours like neon pink and yellow, to Cire Trudon’s Marie Antoinette Bust Candle and Loewe’s striking scented candles, these statement-making pieces are so good you’ll (almost) never want to light them.From Rotterdam-based designer Lex Pott’s Instagram-famous twist candles in a string of bright colours like neon pink and yellow, to Cire Trudon’s Marie Antoinette Bust Candle and Loewe’s striking scented candles, these statement-making pieces are so good you’ll (almost) never want to light them.Bring a sophisticated edge to any space courtesy of Black Blaze’s Curl Curl Candle in a stunning blush, or go for a quirkier edge with Maison Balzac’s Volute Candles, which add a sleek but eccentric twist. Looking forward to entertaining at home? What better way to decorate a table than with a mix-and-match of classic pillar candles that work perfectly blended in with fresh florals (and cocktails, of course). XRJ Celebrations’ Pillar Candles come in a blend of colours, from classic black and white to neon green and an assortment of candy-like pastels. 

 

Main Image Credit: Lex Pott