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It's no secret that staying home has put a special emphasis on the decor elements that make up our space. Lately, I've had my eyes set on quirky candles that add a ton of personality to any room (and are, quite frankly, too pretty to burn). I bet you've seen these bubble, totem, or textured taper styles at your local home goods store or all over your Instagram feed. I have quite a few of them currently displaying on my desk and dining table. Maybe I'll light them someday.

Ahead, I've curated a roundup of supercute styles for your windowsill, credenza, and pretty much anywhere they'll fit. These fun candles will only get more popular as 2021 carries on. They will come in all shapes and sizes, and you'll have to talk yourself out of getting every type.

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