It’s that time of year when I feel like I am chasing daylight and running against the clock of the cold winter night to get everything I want to get done in daylight. The act of daylight growing dim and having to turn on secondary lighting is something I really only find myself doing in the wintertime, but I love the act so much. Whether it be lighting candles, utilizing lamps, or even just the festive lights on the Christmas tree. Today I am sharing with you 5 candlelit scroll stoppers. These are 5 images that I have been inspired by in the last week. If you would like to see past scroll stoppers here [HERE].
I am loving this cozy candlelit corner by @tyckeskola. The way that the gallery wall utilizes the entire length of the wall, and the fact that it is broken up with a corner shelf of books.
I could truly sit and admire this cozy cottage library room all day. There is so much to take in and study. @d_markwinstanley shared this image and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about these bookshelves since. Do you have an image that gets stuck in your head?
Wow…Look at that large wooden arched door! @lightanddwell shared this image and I love how you can peek through the door and see such a beautiful illuminated Christmas tree.
The shop that is @thefoundryhomegoods uses string lighting to illuminate their darling shop and I love the way it looks! Having secondary lighting like this in a store makes it so cozy to visit and shop.
I feel like this photo by @pacificnorthjess_ encapsulates the late-night trips to the laundry room that so many of us make. I love the idea of keeping a lamp in this space to make it cozier. Oftentimes overhead lighting can be bright and harsh.
What do you think of these 5 candlelit scroll stoppers? Do you like turning on secondary lighting in your home during the winter months? I would love to hear on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for stopping by the blog today and every day!