14 Festive Hanukkah Décor Ideas
Though it’s easy to argue a vintage family menorah is all you need to bring Hanukkah to life, it’s always nice to have a little fun with holiday décor during the winter months. While your neighbors might be decking the halls or decorating their tree, there are endless ways to celebrate Hanukkah with a little holiday pizazz.
Whether you’re looking for blue and white color palette possibilities or creative ways to work some menorah motifs around the house, you’ve come to the right place. From dreidel décor to shimmering blue and silver table settings, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite Hanukkah decorating ideas from around the web. Pick your favorite, personalize with your own Festival of Lights flavor, and let your Hanukkah celebration shine bright.
DIY Dreidel String Lights
Get crafty with handcrafted dreidel string lights this Hanukkah. Stick to traditional holiday blues or create in any color you’d like. See how to make your own here.
Transform Christmas Crackers
With a little paper and imagination, you can easily add some Hanukkah personality to a Christmas popper.
Color Coordinated Dreidel Collection
Turn a pile of dreidels into a beautifully coordinated Hanukkah display by selecting a color scheme and grouping your collection onto timeless trays.
Homemade Hanukkah Coasters
As cute as they are practical, you’ll want to keep using these homemade coasters long after your eight nights are up. See how to make your own here.
Nature-Inspired Star of David
If you’ve been lusting over the luscious greenery in your neighbor’s Christmas decorations, consider a natural take on a Star of David for your Hanukkah display. This relaxed craft is easy to create and brings a wonderful foliage feel to your Hanukkah festivities. See how to make your own here.
Hanukkah Gift Display
Get the family excited about what’s hiding behind that blue and silver wrapping paper by creating a color coordinated gift display. Mix and match your wrapping paper and anchor your gifts around a silver menorah for a picture perfect present presentation.
Shining Silver Stars on Natural Holiday Table
Look beyond blue and white table design this holiday and transform your table with natural greenery and simple pops of silver, like these stunning Star of David pieces.
Hanging Hanukkah Display That Keeps On Giving
For a creative way to give the kids little gifts all eight nights, create a wall hanging that's as decorative as it is good at concealing the goods. See how to create your own here.
Relaxed Star of David Table Runner
If you’re talented with a needle, try this embroidered table runner for a relaxed holiday look that can easily been incorporated in your everyday décor post holiday. Get the pattern here.
Colorful Dreidel Décor
Go beyond the traditional blue, white, and silver Hanukkah color scheme with a simple holiday container full of color. Oh, and did we mention the endless dreidel playing potential of this simple décor piece? You’ll be beyond prepared for when the little ones come over to light candles.
Miniature Menorah Napkin Rings
Spread a Hanukkah motif across your holiday table with simple touches like a silver Star of David napkin and menorah napkin ring.
Customize With Printable Pieces
Print your own banner, wine label, or cupcake topper and instantly become a Hanukkah hostess. Create your own here.
Hanukkah Candle Box Crocheted Banner
Crochet your way to a colorful holiday with a homemade banner with the best use for leftover Hanukkah candle boxes we’ve seen yet. See how to make your own here.
Star of David Straw DIY
Simple enough for the kids to create, yet colorful enough to bring some cheer to your home, this Star of David DIY pairs perfectly with painted drediels for table décor as bright as your Hanukkah lights. See how to make your own here.