The new Primark candle range is bringing happy home

Spark joy with these on-trend sculptural pieces

Collection of coloured candles on table
(Image credit: Primark)

We're ever so slightly obsessed with sculpted candles. Arches, twisted, knots, we'll take 'em all. And the new Primark candle range has it all.

The latest offerings from our favourite budget-friendly high street store are the best candles we've seenin a joy-inducing collection of shapes and colours. Best of all? They start from £1. We won't even be worried about burning candles evenly because they look nearly too gorgeous to light.

Trio of wavey candlesticks in glass holders

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The Primark candle range

Twisted candlesticks were the shape of 2021, and for this year we're loving a more modern interpretation - waves and zig-zags. 

For only a quid, you can pick up these designer-style candlesticks from Primark. And thanks to the teensy price tag we'll be making sure we get one in every colour, please and thank you.

Yellow arch candle

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The other sure to be sell-out shape has to be the arch. We've been seeing these styles all over Instagram as the latest must-have addition to shelfies.

In a mellow mustard tone, this £1.50 (yes, you read that right) candle is sure to add happy vibes to the everyday.

Collection of coloured candles on table

(Image credit: Primark)

Create a cool and contemporary look by mixing and matching shapes and colours in your candle collection. A combination of rounded and linear, tall and small designs will add stylish impact to your space. 

Don't stop at the candles, either. Team with pretty coloured glass holders to protect your surfaces and add an extra design flair.

We're sure this range will go quickly (and not just because we're planning on grabbing as many will fit in our totes). After all, we're pretty sure that buying candles counts as self-care. Somehow.

Thea Babington-Stitt
Managing Editor

Thea Babington-Stitt is the Managing Editor for Ideal Home. Thea has been working across some of the UK’s leading interiors titles for around 10 years.

She started working on these magazines and websites after graduating from City University London with a Masters in Magazine Journalism. Before moving to Ideal Home, Thea was News and Features Editor at Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc and Country Homes & Interiors.