Images: Warm Glow Candle Company in Centerville

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Images: Warm Glow Candle Company in Centerville

Follow your nose to Warm Glow Candle Company Outlet Store in Centerville, Indiana. Let the world’s largest candles light the way. Pull into the giant parking lot. There’s room for everyone here–inside and out. It’s a massive space.

This sprawling outlet store is any candle lover’s dream. Every flavor and shape a candle could possible be produced in, can be found inside these gorgeous doors. Seriously, check out those front doors. They are something. But it only gets better once you are inside.

Warm Glow Candle Company

Warm Glow Candle Company Outlet Store in Centerville, Indiana

Warm Glow Candle Company Outlet Store in Centerville, Indiana World’s Largest Pillar Candle

This place is enormous. It’s a far cry from owner Jackie Carberry  original selling space. Jackie and her husband, Alan, began making and selling candle right out of their Midwest home–from the basement. In 2000, they bought the Sweet Liberty Candle Company, a company that was originally founded in Lancaster, PA. They kept original ideas that were a part of the Sweet Liberty Candle Company, while adding new scents and ideas of their own. Things have definitely changed for them.

Now, Warm Glow sits inside of an 80,000 square foot warehouse. If they needed to, they could produce 15,000 candles a day. That’s a lot of candles. There are so many people that make their way to Warm Glow Candle Company Outlet Store alone, I can see how they need that sort of capability.

For a big warehouse sort of space, they’ve really done a nice job with the decorating. It looks like the sky is overhead, with the painted puffy white clouds. Kids get a kick out of that one. Toddlers find it fascinating. But it is what happens to be on the shelves that makes adults happy. They’ve got more than seventy kinds of candle scents available. That’s a whole lot of fragrance. My pick? Check out the lilac. I know, it’s a light purple but the smell is amazing.

Varieties of Candles

Warm Glow Candle Company Outlet Store in Centerville, Indiana Snickerdoodle

Warm Glow Candle Company Outlet Store in Centerville, Indiana Snickerdoodle

They produce votive candles, over-sized votive candles, 3-wick candles, and hearth candles. There’s electric candles, meltable scent chips, atomizer oils, jar candles, travel tins, air fresheners, and glass products galore.

Scents include: apple cinnamon, baked brown sugar, Belgium pecan waffles, brandied pear, buttered rum, coconut cream, honeysuckle, merry mint, snickerdoodle, strawberry parfait, and white cherry cheesecake. That’s just a teeny tiny sampling. If you get hungry, check out Stone Hearth Cafe. The desserts are amazing.

New Things in Store

Plan Your Centerville, Indiana Trip

Plan Your Centerville, Indiana Trip

Although they did not originally offer online shopping, that it something they are working on. Expect that to roll out in 2016, when the new website is completed.

I love that Warm Glow Candle Company chose this Wayne County location. Just don’t become so distracted by all the home decor that you forget to explore downtown Centerville, Indiana and give them a little love, too.

I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus.

Just don’t forget to tell them that Little Indiana sent you.

Warm Glow Candle Company
2131 N Centerville Rd.
Centerville, IN 47330
765.855.2000

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Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. More than a website, Little Indiana is a book, "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" (IU Press) awarded first place in the "Best in Indiana Journalism for a Nonfiction Book" by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Little Indiana is also a bi-monthly newspaper column in a local paper and a PBS segment on the former Emmy award-winning program, "The Weekly Special."

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