Hannukah is right around the corner, and that means it’s time to pull out your dreidels, chocolate gelt,
potato latkes recipes and, of course, menorahs. From elegant candelabrums to multi-colored statement pieces, these classic and contemporary Hanukkah menorahs will illuminate your home during the festival of lights.
Scroll down to see 8 unique menorahs we’ve rounded up for this 8-night holiday!
This palm tree-style Menorah is part of designer Michael Aram’s Palm Home Accessories Collection. The casual shape of the menorah is juxtaposed with an antique gold finish and a marble base.
Source: William Ashley
Palm Menorah, from $635
Designer: Michael Aram
This multi-colored Menorah is vibrant and playful. Designer Yair Emanuel is known for combining traditional motifs with modern design, as seen in his popular metal cone Menorah.
Source: The Petroff Gallery
Hanukkah Menorah Metal Strip Cone, from $145
Designer: Yair Emanuel
For a more minimalist look, this Menorah is cool and elegant. Made of crystal glass, its understated design will complement the rest of your Hanukkah decor.
Source: West Elm
Glass Menorah, from $90
This silver menorah is a more traditional design. Pottery Barn offers personalization on the base of the Chanukiah, making this a great gift idea during the holidays.
Source: Pottery Barn
Silver Hanukkah Menorah, from $112
This contemporary menorah was designed by Mikaela Dorfel for Nambé, featuring warm acacia wood. Its sleek and geometric design is a contrast to some of the more traditional candelabrum-style menorahs.
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Geo Menorah, from $225
Designer: Mikaela Dorfel for Nambé
This handmade brass menorah exudes luxury. Designed by Jennifer Fisher for CB2, its architecturally-cool design will be the conversation piece at your Hanukkah holiday party.
Architectural Menorah Candle Holder, from $249
Designer: Jennifer Fisher
This artful menorah features nine tapered candles in a branch-like design. Designer Constantin Wortmann is known for their fluid and striking designs, including this handmade mirror-polished stainless steel menorah.
Source: The Bay
George Jensen Cobra Menorah, from $299
Designer: Constantin Wortmann for
This thoughtfully designed marble menorah can be illuminated with tapered candles during the festival of lights, but can also be used as a decorative table accessory when not in use.
Marble Modular Menorah Set, from $59.50