We cannot get enough candles in our home! They give off such a cozy vibe, and a special scent for all of your spaces. rustic DIY candlestick holder has to be one of my favorite DIY decor projects to date. Taper candlesticks are fun to change out for each season to add to your table, mantle, or any vignette.
This vintage inspired rustic DIY candlestick holder was the perfect addition to our fall tabelscape this year. I have a feeling it will stick around after the holidays, and will become a staple in my home. I can just simply change out the taper candlesticks with each season.
It is definitely a statement piece on our table. I could not believe how easy this was to make. We picked up about 30 four foot 4 x 4″ vintage fence post boards from a vintage market in Lancaster, PA. This is also the wood that Mike makes our hands-on chunky candlesticks out of. The wood is worn, chippy, and chunky. It was the perfect wood for this project. You can of course pick up any type of wood, old or new for this type of DIY.
I just love the way the melted wax melt looks trickling down the side of the taper. So much color and texture, its screams fall to me.
This is such an easy DIY, anyone can do it. You do not need a high skill level.
We hope this inspires you to be creative and decorate for fall. Be sure to check out our Cozy Farmhouse Fall Decor Ideas for 2020! Be sure to follow us on Pinterest and all of our cozy fall inspiration.
Hi! Where do you find your taper candles?!
These were from Hobby Lobby and Target Hearth and Hand.