29 menorah Home Design Photos

Rita from Design Megillah
Home for Chanukah
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I loved the clean modern shape of this Tovah menorah from Crate and Barrel but the polished nickel finish didn't work with my gold theme. No problem--I gave it a quick spray using Krylon Brush Metallic in Sparkling Canyon!
Add an extra menorah. Although many people place their menorah in a front window for all to see, Brownstein puts an extra menorah on the dinner table.“I loved the clean, modern shape of this Tovah menorah from Crate & Barrel, but the polished nickel finish didn’t work with my gold theme,” she says
“Candelabro judio” — Maria A. Barcelo
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Nesh and Yossi: Tel Aviv
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mismatched chairs and grouped them around the table. The house looks different every time you visit, as things are constantly changing.The Hanukkah menorah on the table was made from a piece of pipe. Art: Daphne Levy
Menorah made from pipe
“Mismatched chairs” — Kristen A
Rita from Design Megillah
Home for Chanukah
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When I was growing up Chanukah was simply lighting the menorah for eight nights and getting a few gifts. Today, we are surrounded with so much more--I want my holidays to reflect who I am and take it to the max! Please visit my blog www.designmegillah.com for more Chanukah ideas.
hanukkah menorah
“Colors” — egrady00
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Hanukkah Table
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Instead of setting the table with a menorah, Pratt created a menorah shape with pudding cups. She numbered shot glasses using gold stickers, put little stars on a glass for the shamash (extra light) and filled them
I love yellow because it's much more intense and bright," Pratt says. Yellow also symbolizes the flames of menorah candles. Instead of setting the table with a menorah, Pratt created a menorah shape with pudding cups. She numbered shot glasses using gold stickers, put little stars on a glass for the
“Chanukah decorations” — patfeldman
Elad Gonen
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livingroom
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“Two tables side by side.” — jfobeach
Contemporary Kitchen
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“piso” — vanesalcedo
Evens Architects
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Santa Monica Beach House
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Santa Monica Beach House, Evens Architects - Living Room Photo by Manolo Langis
“The spirit of our front room” — Aaron Lytle
Traditional Living Room
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“Living” — Caroline Myers
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