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Hanging Candle Lanterns

Updated on January 30, 2010

If you plan on decorating your house with candle lanterns, then you will most likely use hanging candle lanterns. While there are other types of candle lanterns that you can buy, like the rugged outdoor candle lantern, I would instead like to focus on one of the more decorative types of candle lantern.

I have previously discussed what to look for in a candle lantern, and hopefully you should have some sort of idea by now of what kind of candle lantern you would want to buy. if you are choosing to buy an indoor lantern, then I want to show you some of the different kinds of hanging candle lanterns you can get. So let's take a look at a few, shall we?

Zodax Modern Morocco Hanging Aluminum Candle Lantern

I really like our first example of a hanging lantern. It is made of aluminum, so it is fairly lightweight. It is of a very intricate design, and it really shows a high amount of craftsmanship. I believe that this is the kind of hanging candle lantern that would really show off your taste in design and your taste in home decoration. If you want to buy this hanging candle lantern, I have included for your convenience a link at the top of this page, where you will be able to buy this fantastic lantern.

Kinnaird Castle Hanging Pendant Wall Sconce

This is a hanging candle lantern that doubles as a wall sconce. I really like the patterns on this lantern, and the gold color scheme works really well, in my opinion. This lantern shows just exactly what kind of taste you have in decorating your home, and this lantern will go a long way in turning your home into your own castle.


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      Angela Blair 8 years ago from Central Texas

      Candle lanterns add an ambiance to a home that's both cozy and sophisticated -- thanks for all the info on them! Best, Sis