A Few Ideas for Updating Your Hanukkah Decor

by Star Furniture on December 3, 2012

We came across a few Hanukkah decorating ideas we hadn’t seen before, and wanted to share them with you – so bookmark this page for next year, or get to work prettying up your home right away!

Mercury Glass Candlesticks in Varying Sizes

Mercury Glass Candlesticks in Varying Sizes

Vintage (or vintage-looking) mercury glass candlesticks actually look quite modern, and go well with glamorous decor. Branches and berry twigs give the display a wintery feel and pull the vignette together.

Flowers are the best year-round decoration out there.

Flowers are the best year-round decoration out there.

Flowers are not just for the spring and summer. Monochromatic flowers paired with a patterned plate and charger set make an elegant and refreshing table setup.

Turquoise, teal and blue pinwheels behind a peacock menorah.

Turquoise, teal and blue pinwheels behind a peacock menorah.

We love the vivid colors and retro vibe of the paper pinwheels. They’re a beautiful backdrop for a contemporary menorah like this one, or for a classic silver menorah.

Martha Stewart's DIY silver branch menorah

Martha Stewart’s DIY silver branch menorah

Make a gorgeous, contemporary menorah out of a branch and some silver paint. Martha Stewart provides step-by-step instructions, along with a how-to for making the Star of David out of ribbon (seen on the little gift box).

A pink table display that still says

A pink table display that still says “winter”

We stumbled upon this beautiful, non-traditional holiday table setting and fell in love with the glamorous pinks and wintery metallics.

You could easily use a blue charger for Hanukkah or a deep green plate for Christmas

You could easily use a blue charger for Hanukkah or a deep green plate for Christmas

Images:
TLC
David Crane
The Glamorous Housewife
Martha Stewart
Preston Bailey

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