Yes, we all know it's Christmas. And while many Christmas decorations are often a little OTT, it is possible to get ultra-cool, designery decorations (like the pantone balls I posted about on Friday). But if you celebrate Hannukah (The Festival of Lights) it can be a more tricky to find beautifully designed, contemporary menorahs (candle holders). I know this because I've tried the last few years to find one that matches my design sensibility and have had no luck.
So I thought I'd post a few of my favourites. I found the above two pieces by Anat Basanta and immediately fell in love with their organic beauty. As I found a few others I liked I realised that designmilk had infact posted their list last year - and yep, it's pretty much the same as mine (I told you they weren't in abundance). So credit goes to designmilk too!
|Wood Menorah by Stephanie Caplan. The metal top lifts off so you can store the candles inside the wooden base.|
|Concrete Menorah by Marit Meisler. Love that you can group the pieces in any form you like.|
|Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects. Stunningly simple.|
|Hex Enamel Menorah by Jonathan Adler. A spoonful of colour!|