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!
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 not just for the spring and summer. Monochromatic flowers paired with a patterned plate and charger set make an elegant and refreshing table setup.
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.
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).
We stumbled upon this beautiful, non-traditional holiday table setting and fell in love with the glamorous pinks and wintery metallics.