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Fireplace Candelabras - Beautify Your Hearth Opening All Year Round

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On cold winter nights and during the cool times of the Spring and Fall, nothing warms your spirits and brings a smile to your face like a roaring fire in your hearth.  If there truly is any drawback to having a fireplace it would have to be that you simply cannot use it all year round unless you happen to live in the arctic.  Well, you could probably use the fireplace in the summer months but it would drastically increase your cooling bill and make it very difficult to justify the added expense.  One very realistic compromise that takes advantage of the hearth while not driving up your cooling bill during the summer months is to use a fireplace candelabra.

Fireplace candle holders are the perfect solution to a dormant hearth in the warmer months of the year.  These hearth accessories often feature intricate scroll work and can often accommodate several candles which combine to produce the romantic flickering glow of a real fire.  When not in use, you can prominently feature the candle holder atop the mantle and still enhance the entire hearth décor.

For anyone with a stained glass fireplace screen, one of the most disappointing things is the fact that they cannot be used to contain a real fire.  The heat from a fire will damage the glass and potentially destroy the screen entirely.  However, you can place fireplace candelabras in the hearth opening and then set the stained glass screen in front.  The effect will be a dazzling display of color and beauty that is difficult, if not impossible, to keep from staring at.

When choosing the right candle holder for your hearth décor, you should pay attention to two details:  the finish and the overall design.  The finish is very important because it can be coordinated with your other hearth accessories to create a more unified décor.  Some of the most popular finishes to choose from are:  graphite, brushed steel (great for a modern or contemporary setting), rustic copper, and even wrought iron.  For anyone with a traditional or casual décor, consider using a wrought iron fireplace candle holder.  Wrought iron gives the piece a classic look and will imbue the hearth and surroundings with character.  

While we would all love to enjoy the warmth and natural beauty of a fireplace all year long, the simple fact is that this is just not feasible or practical for most of us.  One very real compromise that allows you to enjoy the hearth in the warmer months while avoiding insane cooling costs is to place a candle holder in the hearth opening.  When not in use, you can either adorn the mantle with the candelabra or use it as a stunning centerpiece for your dining room table.