7 Gorgeous Menorahs to Light with Your Family This Season
As holiday plans remain up in the air, this season we’re focusing on creating the things we can control: Celebrating meaningful traditions at home with family. This winter, celebrate the season of Hanukkah with a gorgeous new menorah.
Perhaps you’re a split household who hasn’t traditionally celebrated Hanukkah before, or you’re looking to embrace your Jewish heritage for the first time. Or, maybe you’re simply looking to add something new and modern to your existing decor. Whether this is your first year lighting the Hanukkah candles or you’ve been doing it for decades, these gorgeous menorahs will help you celebrate faith and family.
Give your Hanukkah mantel a modern makeover with this gorgeous gold-tone menorah made to look like an art sculpture. The 14-inch-wide structure is made from solid iron with a shiny gold finish, so it's sturdy enough to display wherever you prefer to light the candles.
Cast Iron Menorah
Make a bold statement with this thick cast iron menorah. It combines the traditional shape with the sleek, clean lines found in modern decor. It's made from heavy cast iron, so it's meant to last for generations. This menorah is a bit of a splurge, but it's extra meaningful because this design is included in the permanent collection of The National Museum of American Jewish History.
White Marble Menorah
Since you won't have all the candles lit until the last night of Hanukkah, we love the idea of opting for a menorah that doubles as a gorgeous piece of art. This marble arch will add visual interest to your mantel or decorated Hanukkah table while holding the traditional white taper candles you may already have.
Classic Black Menorah
If you're on the hunt for an affordable, classic design, Target has you covered this year. This 14-inch menorah features the standard U-shaped candle holders and comes in black, gold or silver so you can choose a traditional design that your family can use for years to come.
Marble and Brass Menorah
For an ultra-modern Hanukkah look, opt for this marble slab design from West Elm. It has eight small insets for the four candles on either side, with a simple gold ring around the ninth center candle. This is one you'll want to leave up as a centerpiece all season long.