Celebrate Chanukah the Way You Love

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With Chanukah only two weeks away we hope you’ll be able to put your personal touch on this wonderful and very traditional holiday. Even though Chanukah has been celebrated for well over 2000 years we thought it would be fun to show some current interruptions of this sacred and beautiful holiday.

 Nocturne Dining

Traditionally Chanukah is celebrated with a menorah, a nine candle candelabra where each night a candle is lit. This modern silver menorah is shown with Somerton Dwelling’s Nocturne dining table, chairs and server.


Claire de Lune Bachelor Chest Claire de Lune Bachelor Chest

If you want a more modern menorah, you can set out nine individual candles to be lit each night like the example shown with Somerton Dwelling’s Claire de Lune Bachelor Chest in the living room.


Claire de Lune server Claire de Lune Dining

For families that celebrate both Chanukah and Christmas, today called Chrismukkah, here’s a beautiful teal setting showcasing how a menorah and a modern Christmas tree pull it together on the Somerton Dwelling’s Claire de Lune server.

However you choose to celebrate Chanukah,
do it the way you love!

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