20 Hanukkah Decorations to Light Up Your Home
These Hanukkah decorations take all eight nights to the next level. There's even a candle that smells like mom's latkes and fresh jelly doughnuts!
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Happy Hanukkah Garland
Position this golden Happy Hanukkah garland where you plan to open Hanukkah gifts, then watch everyone’s faces light up with joy. It’s an elegant display that makes for festive family photos. It’s also one of the best reusable Hanukkah decorations to put on repeat. At six feet long, this piece is just the right size to place across a mantel or archway.
Silver-Plated Oil Menorah
Celebrate all eight nights with an authentic silver-plated oil menorah. This holiday celebrates the miracle of a single day’s worth of oil lasting for a full eight in the ancient Holy Temple, which is why most traditional revelers prefer to use olive oil instead of wax. You can technically use either, but this menorah is also one of the most dazzling Hanukkah decorations to display in a prominent window. Either way, if you do invest in a menorah, you’ll want to know how to clean a metal menorah.
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Love and Light Throw Pillow
Sink into this cushy Love and Light lumbar pillow. It’s one of the cutest Hanukkah decorations for sofas and chairs, and quickly lets guests know you’re feeling festive. It’s an inexpensive way to refresh a room with holiday spirit.
Invite the whole crew over for fresh holiday doughnuts and hot coffee in these adorably printed Hanukkah mugs. Adding cute coffee mugs to a brunch table instantly adds festive flair your guests will rave about. Plus, these are dishwasher-safe.
Hanukkah Craft Kit
Get little ones in on the action with handmade Hanukkah decorations. This modern craft kit comes brimming with things to make, hang and show off. It’s also one of the best Hanukkah gifts for kids.
Dreidel Dinner Napkins
These attractive dreidel dinner napkins are the perfect nod to vintage design while offering modern, stain-free fabric. Available in sets of four, these charmers are ideal for hosting a Hanukkah latke party.
Each piece of Hanukkah gelt is a delicious individually wrapped treat, but the best Hanukkah hosts also use them as tabletop decor. Spread them across table runners for added flair and leave them in trinket bowls on kitchen island carts. If you really want to impress house guests, pop gelt on their pillows in place of fancy hotel-style chocolates.
Tree of Life Hanukkah Menorah
Menorahs are known for being symbols of positivity and perseverance, which is why this Tree of Life menorah is especially meaningful. One of the best Hanukkah decorations for multi-generational family gatherings, it reminds everyone that each branch of the tree is what makes this life so beautiful.
Multi-Color Hanukkah Candles
Choosing unique candles for your menorah is one of the easiest ways to spruce up your Hanukkah decorations each year. These eye-catching multi-color Hanukkah candles offer bright Hanukkah hues that dazzle with hours of warm, glowing light. Each box contains 45 candles, just enough for a full eight nights of lighting with the shamash.
Latkes and Lights Candle
Take in the buttery, sweet notes of this Homesick Latkes and Lights candle. It delivers all the scents of mom’s holiday kitchen to any room in the house. Sure, the packaging is also one of the cutest Hanukkah decorations out there—but this scented Christmas candle alternative smells like the real-deal shul party you remember attending as a kid. It fills the air with a blend of fried latkes, sufganiyot and cheer that’s nearly impossible to duplicate.
Holiday Throw Blanket
This ultra-cozy throw blanket is the holiday miracle your sofa has been waiting for. It’s emblazoned with holiday symbols. The deep blue backdrop of machine-washable micro-plush material works well with most room styles. It’s one of the best Hanukkah decorations for living room spaces and bedrooms, and an affordable find the whole family can enjoy.
Yes, you do need this massive Hanukkah inflatable that proudly displays your most Maccabean feelings on your lawn. Don’t second guess yourself, because it’s obviously one of the most jaw-dropping Hanukkah decorations ever. It’s a kosher version of popular outdoor Christmas decorations.
Ani Li Dodi Wedding Dreidel
Artist Gary Rosenthal created this Ani Li Dodi wedding dreidel to pull at the most beautiful, sentimental heartstrings. It’s an ideal Hanukkah decoration for newlyweds made of decorative glass and mixed metals. Display it on a countertop, shelf or mantel. The words “ani li dodi” translate from the typical ketubah words that mean “I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine.” It’s one of the most thoughtful wedding gifts to give a couple exchanging vows during Hanukkah.
Hanukkah Party Cupcake Wrappers
If you’re hosting this year’s Festival of Lights fun, these Hanukkah party cupcake wrappers add charm to every detail. The blue and white menorah-accented wrappers neatly hug standard cupcakes. They’re also ideal to wrap around tiny portions of your best chocolate babka recipe.
Yard Hanukkah Decorations
Yards deserve Hanukkah decorations, too! This adorable set of signs comes with eight smile-inducing displays. Each comes with two stakes for easy popping into flower beds and lawns.
Hanukkah Serving Plates
They may be brand new, but these heirloom-feeling Hanukkah serving plates look like family treasures. Printed with overlapped menorah patterns, each plate is ideal for a few latkes or tapas-style Hanukkah fare. Next, learn how to make these Hanukkah recipes.