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Known as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is one of the top holidays in the Jewish faith. It involves reading the scripture every day, singing hymns, and lighting a menorah over the course of eight days in December. While you may need to spend a lot of time shopping for Hanukkah gifts for your loved ones, you don't need to spend nearly as much time looking for home decor. Hanukkah decorations come in dozens of types that fit every room in your home and let you celebrate the holiday in style. Whether you love traditional blue and white decor or prefer modern designs, you'll find a few things you love.
Where Can You Use Hanukkah Decor?
The better question just might be where can't you use Hanukkah decor? These decorations are perfect for family parties and entertaining friends. Snag serving dishes for all of your favorite dishes and elegant mugs or glassware for hot and cold drinks. A honey pot is great for serving honey, while candlesticks let you create a festive mood. You can choose from dozens of menorahs to continue the ancient tradition. Menorahs come in ceramic and metal options as well as traditional and modern designs. Consider some unique additions to your Hanukkah decorations this year such as dancing plush animals and stickers for your walls.
Style Tips for Hanukkah Decorations
Blue, white, and silver are the classic colors associated with the holiday, which is why most of the decorations you see today use those colors. Incorporating those colors in a few different shades can keep your party from looking dull or boring. Consider buying plates and other tableware from different brands. Even though they use the same colors, those shades will appear slightly different. You can also look for ways to bring in some new colors such as buying dreidels for kids and adults that come in bright colors and hanging some balloons around the room. Think about adding some throw pillows in bold and dramatic colors to your sofa, too.
Finding Deals on Hanukkah Decor
You don't need to wait until Hanukkah starts or ends to save money on the decor you want. Look for coupons and check for current sales. Sales often start in October or November and allow you to pick up some Hanukkah decorations in advance of the holiday. You might find some big sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, too. Coupons include savings of 10% or more and may come with free shipping. You can save even more when you buy Hanukkah decor on sale and apply a coupon code when you check out.