With Chanukah right around the corner and gift guides everywhere, it’s time to take out my family’s Chanukah gear and make sure we’re all set with our menorahs and accessories for the season. Judaica design has come a long way and there are so many beautiful options to celebrate with. Here are a few of my favorite menorahs of late.
Let’s Get Lit – Menorah Roundup
These sleek Lucite menorahs from Apeloig are modern Judaica at its finest.
I love that they can also double as a vase during the year - not just for Chanukah.
For the whimsy lover, or animal lover, check out the cutest Jonathan Adler menorahs.
Maybe Dunkin should start lighting menorahs, lol. This one would be for him.
These menorahs made by SiddurTLV are truly unique works of art. Each one is handmade in Israel and you can mention my name for free shipping from Israel.
Simplicity and elegance. I love this collection by Via Maris of Judaica chic.
The Judaica House has menorahs that can be put together or taken apart (this is great if you are short on storage space). We got one of these as a gift when my son was born - great and creative baby gift! There’s a whole collection of different variations of colorful and fun menorahs that look like puzzles or can be converted to a dreidel.
Rod and Flame menorahs look super cool. They are larger than life size menorahs. These are the way to shine the light in a larger-than-life size (or they make smaller for tabletops).
If you are looking for fun menorah design inspo, head to the Home Over House. Floral menorahs and a how-to tutorial videos on their blog? We say yes! I, personally, wouldn't mind trying out the one on the picture below:
Light it Up
Let’s not forget matches! I love these beautiful glass dispensers that look like art.
Check out this one at On the Table. Let’s get lit!
I like this new collection by Altoona.
Also, check out CB2 with textured glass.
Look how beautiful these drip mats by Shira Auman are.
I also love the Lucite Bracha cards from the Judaica House.
For more Chanukah ideas, check out my gift guide or my favorite spaghetti squash fritters post.
If you are hosting a Chanukah party, here are some of my favorite chefs and caterers to help you feel like a guest at your own soiree.