There is just one week to go until Thanksgiving and Hannukah merge into Thanksgivukkah, a once in a lifetime event. The last time that these two holidays converged was 125 years ago, so a grand fete is a must for those who honor both traditions.
Traditional Thanksgiving colors are warm fall shades of gold, brown, and deep orange, while Hanukkah is traditionally represented by the cool shades of blue and silver. The trick to merging these two different holiday decor styles is to go with a mixed metals palette of golds and silvers.
1. Hennepin Made Silver Pendant Lights from Room and Board, $349 each
2. Tolix A Chair from Design Within Reach, $250
3. Linen Tablecloth from H&M Home, $49.95
4. Gold Sequin Table Runner from H&M Home, $24.95
5. Manzanita Candelabra from West Elm, $99
6. Juliska Pewter Stoneware Turkey Platter from Bloomingdales, $248
7. Juliska Emerson Dinnerware from Bloomingdales, from $22
8. Hollywood Coasters from Jonathan Adler, $68
9. Shimmer wrapped glassware from Anthropologie, $16-$18
10. Juliska Quoatidien Large Covered Casserole from Bloomingdales, $138
11. Dreidels from Crate and Barrel, $5.95
12. Aqua Virgo Dining Table from CB2, $499
13. Silver and gold mercury glass votives from Luna Bazaar, $4.50 each
14. Wishbone bottle opener from Anthropologie, £12