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The Best Hanukkah Decorations for 2010

By michellehorton |

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Hanukkah — The Festival of Lights — begins at sundown tomorrow, December 1, so it’s time to start the holiday preparation! However, Hanukkah notoriously gets gypped when it comes to over-the-top holiday decorations, considering there’s no gigantic tree to decorate or life-size characters to blow up. Yet there’s one advantage Hanukkah has over Christmas: understated style. And with these Hanukkah finds, you can finally over-shine Christmas.

One of the best examples of Hanukkah style is the porcelain peacock menorah by Jonathan Adler, above, for $120. Jonathan Adler has more gorgeous menorahs to celebrate the Festival of Lights, ranging from $98 – $295:

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For a less pricey but luxe-looking Hanukkah menorah, West Elm has this Manzanita Menorah for $49:

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We also love these peace-promoting decorations from Polli, which will look beautiful strung during Hanukkah:

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For more do-it-yourself types, Martha Stewart has a brilliant idea for gorgeous glittered dreidels, which can be strung like garland or made into centerpieces:

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And when setting the table during Hanukkah, we love this dinnerware set from Pottery Barn Kids ($14.99):

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For the adults, Pottery Barn has these new Hanukkah Napkin Rings ($39 for set of 6):

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What’s your favorite Hanukkah decoration?

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Michelle Horton is the founder of Early Mama, an award-winning site that proves young motherhood doesn’t have to define or limit us. When not writing, she’s typically pretending to be a superhero in her 4-year-old son’s imaginative play. Read bio and latest posts → Read Michelle's latest posts →

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