When it comes to decorating for Hanukkah, we love elegance and simplicity. Subtle decor and a clean table design keeps the focus on the lights. Here are our top picks to get a look that’s timeless and traditional - yet contemporary and chic.
Start a new Hanukkah tradition with a minimalist menorah that is simple and modern. This Johnathan Adler beauty is carved from solid black and white marble and is a gorgeous way to celebrate the Festival of Lights.
A showstopper design in classic white and blue to bring beauty to every day of Hanukkah. We love this arrangement as an entryway piece or a kitchen island statement. Want the look for your table? We can transform this style into a lower, fuller centerpiece style for beautiful dinners.
No detail has been overlooked in the craftsmanship of this stunning Mezuzah from Johnathan Adler. Carved from solid brass and featuring a beautiful abstract Shin, it’s a reverent addition to your entryway.
Understated beauty for a festive door that doesn’t fall into kitschy territory. We love the simplicity of white wreaths and the natural textures and components that make them unique. Our wreaths are crafted lovingly by hand, and no two designs are the same.
We’ve used these petite bowls to hold everything from tealight candles to mini orchids, or as a party dish for Ruze Cake House’s rosemary cashews. Artful and unique, they elevate whatever you use them for.
Our Hanukkah box is the perfect quick, thoughtful gift for the season! Jonathan Adler's brass Mezuzah, cookies from Ruze Cake House inspired by the Festival of Lights, a hand-painted draidel, and more make this the perfect Hanukkah goodie box.