Hanukkah is the festival of lights. And this year we decked out the house in silver, blue, and white.

Our entry front entrance, entryway, family room, and dining room are ready for the festivities. 

hanukkah mantel with decor

Hanukkah Decor On A Budget

To decorate on a budget, I first suggest rounding up all of your decor. Doesn’t matter what holiday it is for. Just collect everything. Then start to place those items around your space. Once you figure out where things can go, you can see if you need to add anything to the mix. This way you are only buying things you actually need!

 

yellow front door with blue and silver decor in lanterns

Outdoor Hanukkah Decorations

One thing we do every year is add blue and white lights to our entryway. Not everyone who celebrates Hanukkah does this, but we like the lights. And Hanukkah is the festival of lights.

We line the walkway and front garden with lights we found.

I have added garland and blue and silver decorative balls to our lanterns.

And swapped out our summer planter for something that can last all winter…cabbage and birch logs. 

entryway with black bench and blue pillows

Entryway Hanukkah Decor

I added some garland and blue pillows to our entryway. This garland I found at the Target dollar spot a few years ago. But I did make a similar one by doing a DIY Hanukkah Decorations From Dollar Store.

I think it gives it a nice Hanukkah touch.

close up of bench with blue and white pillows and garland hanging from shelving above bench

Mantel Decor

This year I feel like I got our mantel looking its best.

I started by hanging my Hanukkah wreath I made last year over the mirror.

hanukkah wreath with blue, white and silver deco mesh hanging over mirror

Then I used blue and silver decorative balls in vases I already had. Adding different heights of things helped create interest in the visuals since the colors are all the same. I used candle stands of different heights.

The candles are just white candles I wrapped in blue ribbon.

jars filled with blue and silver balls and candles wrapped in blue ribbon for hanukkah

And I hung our garland from the mantel.

blue vase with white flowers, glass jars with blue and silver decorative balls and garland hanging from mantel

In addition to the mantel, I added some other touches of Hanukkah decor like our Lego menorah and dreidels all over the living room.

Lego menorah on table

Dining Room Hanukkah Decorations

Our oversized chalkboard got a new quote for the holidays. It’s a reminder to only say yes to things we love.

dining room with oversized chalkboard that says do more of what makes you happy

I also added some plants and candles to the dining room table. These were candles I had from previous years decorations. You can read how I set that up below:

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tablescape with plants and candles for hanukkah

Our bar cart got some decorations as well. I added some garland and blue and silver balls in to a vase.

bar cart with hanukkah garland

My Hanukkah Decor

All my favorite Hanukkah decor is linked below. Some items aren’t in stock as I like to use what I have. So I found similar items that can work as well.

Favorite Hanukkah Books

I always love this time of year because I can bring out our favorite Hanukkah books. Below are some of my favorites.

Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

Chanukah Lights

The Latke Who Couldn’t Stop Screaming

Meet The Latkes

The Eight Knights Of Hanukkah

Kayla’s and Kugel’s Happy Hanukkah

Clifford Celebrates Hanukkah

Maccabee: The Story Of Hanukkah

The Story Of Hanukkah

books for hanukkah

 

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