There are some home accessories you just can’t have enough of: cutting boards, planters, cloth napkins, and candleholders, to name a few. Given a menorah is essentially just a bunch of candleholders, we say it’s time to get that collection started.
The following eight finds (one for each night, of course!) are so chic, you’ll want to display them all year long. Scroll through and get ready to get lit. With a menorah like any of these, you’re obligated to throw an epic Hanukkah party. Just add a plate of latkes and a killer playlist.Solid cast iron and a simple design make this menorah bold as can be. Its durable body is ideal for families with kids (or klutzy relatives). Handblown in subtly tinted champagne glass, this menorah defines elegance. With a timeless silhouette, it’s sure to be passed down through generations. This ultra-mod option is guaranteed to wow your Hanukkah party guests. After the holiday, lose the candles and use it as a decorative object on your bookshelf. If chrome isn’t your jam, go with the rose gold or brass finish. The choose-your-own-adventure of menorahs; keep votives lined up on their tray or scatter them about. While it’s definitely a splurge, think about the year-round candlescapes! Carrara marble gives this pick major not-your-bubbe’s-menorah vibes. Plus, the stone is coated, so no need to worry about it picking up color from wax drippings or that spilled glass of Manischewitz. To those who aren’t trying to break the bank for a piece only used eight nights a year: This one’s for you. Veined green marble is set in walnut wood for a natural yet refined design. If you know the story of Hanukkah, you know candles were never part of the original equation. Party like it’s 200 B.C. and opt for an oil menorah instead. Except this time, in ombré-tinted acrylic. One of Domino’s favorite Brooklyn artists, Michele Quan, makes a menorah that brings California summer to the chilliest time of year. Whether you’re a minimalist or maximalist, this hand-painted beauty is impossible not to love.
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