9 Best Hanukkah Decoration Ideas 2022: Shop Our Top Picks


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When it comes to getting your home holiday-ready, we’ve got a few Hanukkah decoration ideas that will elevate your space like you wouldn’t believe. We’ll be the first to say that holiday decor can sometimes skew cheesy (or cringy, in some cases), so this year, we’re keeping it simple and elegant. From a fir and juniper wreath accented with real pine cones and a navy velvet bow to an ornately decorated set of blue and white plates, the Hanukkah-friendly finds here are cheerful in all the right ways.

Hanukkah lasts eight days, so whether you add a piece of decor for each night or simply go all out for the entire celebration, you have plenty of options. Think a color-blocked doormat bearing the words “Happy Hanukkah” in large print, a modern menorah, or even mismatched serving platters for your holiday dinner. It’s our personal belief that holiday meals taste better on themed dishes, so if you’re hosting this year, snag our kitchen and dining essentials.

And don’t forget about the rest of the house! Luckily, almost everything on our list of Hanukkah decoration ideas can work in just about every room including the outdoors. So if you’re feeling festive and want to decorate, now’s your chance.

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Most Welcoming

Crate & Barrel

Happy Hanukkah Holiday Doormat

Best for Dual-Holiday Households

The Holiday Aisle

12 Piece Dreidel Resin Holiday Shaped Ornament Set

Best Candles

The Dreidel Company

Hand-Decorated Hanukkah Candles

Most Useful

The Holiday Aisle

Brynda Rectangular Table Runner

Best Natural Decor

Williams Sonoma

Fresh Noble Fir and Juniper Wreath

Most Patterned

Pottery Barn

Stoneware Appetizer Plates

Best Overall

Style Union Home

Shayna Menorah

Best Motifs

Sur La Table

Hanukkah Round Serving Platter

Best for Year Round

Williams Sonoma

Marlo Thomas Blue Table Runner

What are traditional Hanukkah decorations?

Traditional Hanukkah decorations are menorahs, dreidels, and small accessories in blue and white.

Why are Hanukkah decorations blue?

Hanukkah decorations are typically blue and white because of a verse in the Jewish bible in which the Israelites are instructed to dye a thread in the tassels of their prayer shawls blue.

Jessica Cherner is House Beautiful‘s Associate Shopping Editor and has celebrated more Hanukkahs than she can count. Everything on this list is something she would get for her own holiday-decorated home.

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