Light up your living space both inside and out!
Our new Sand Cast Brick Tea Light Holder has a simple geometric shape and is an ideal finishing touch and focal point for a bookshelf or side surface. Just see for yourself below!
Since the Tea Light Holder popped up on our shop, we've seen some really nice examples of how it can be used in your home.
Style With Foliage
Interiors stylist and blogger Tiffany Grant-Riley included the Tea Light Holder in her winter styling scheme as 2016 was coming to a close. With cuttings from her Christmas tree and a few foraged sprigs from her garden, she assembled this simple but stunning Swedish-inspired wreath.
The combination of the rough brick texture against the deep emerald wall colour and winter foliage is the perfect combination for these cold January nights.
Style in the Bathroom
Art director Jade Gallagher chose to put her Tea Light Holders in her bathroom and relaxed one December evening as they flickered away. The brick texture contrasts with the shiny white tiles and creates a soothing atmosphere - perfect for a glass of wine or two. Paired with some fresh flower cuttings and Hay Strike Matches, Jade has got an enviable set up!
Style in the Fireplace
Put your Tea Light Holder on the hearth or fireplace tiles next to a log burner or open fire. They are often left bare but are a lovely space to put extra candles and knick knacks.
We love the vintage bits and bobs decorating this hearth and the geometric Fired Earth tiles work really well with its triangle form.
Style on the Table
Pop your Tea Light Holder on your dining table with different sized and shaped candles for a nice variety. This Christmas table is a mix of traditional and festive reds, floral patterns and metallic highlights of copper, silver and gold.
Style in the Garden
British gardening magazine Gardens Illustrated's design editor Annie Gattie chose our Tea Light Holder for the 'Design Update' page as a rustic alternative to the usual glass or metal ones. She suggests buying three or more to make a striking pattern in your garden.
Style on the Mantlepiece
Interiors blog My Warehouse Home suggest tessellating your tea light holders on a mantlepiece.