Sukkah Extravaganza

Sunday night marks the beginning of Sukkot! To get into the right mindset and find some inspiration for your own sukkah, here are some of our favorite designs.

Sukkah photo courtesy of Jeremy Price (flickrcc/forestfortrees)

Design options are endless. Whether you prefer a more natural or colorful theme, there are decorations available and creatable to suit your needs.

Paper decorations are a great way to involve your kids in the decoration process. These easy-to-make paper chains bring brightness into a sukkah. You can also make some paper chains from all those old magazines laying around.

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And don’t worry, if you’re having trouble constructing your own sukkah, one can always come to you.

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Alternatively, if constructing a sukkah seems like too big of a task, you could always make a mini one.

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Or a mini lego sukkah:

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If a mini lego sukkah seems too simple, try something a little more sizable:


And finally, check out some of the winning designs from the Sukkah City competition, where participants from around the world submitted designs for radical, re-imagined sukkahs. These sukkahs were displayed in New York City’s Union Square.

If you have your own plans for an awesome sukkah, let us know in the comments below!

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