I am having SO much fun “visiting” your sukkot! Thank you for generously sharing them with me and all of the KOAB readers.
Kicking things off in my hometown of Overland Park, KS, this lovely sukkah belongs to my friend Tamara. Just look at that lush green schach! Makes me rethink our bamboo rolls…
Heading across the state to St. Louis, Misouri, this image of their community sukkah comes courtesy of Kate. I love how they tied the front panels together to make those beautiful doors. So elegant and inviting!
Heading across the country to Baltimore, MD, Chana shared these images of her beautiful wood sukkah – which is actually a permanent structure in her backyard. How neat! I bet that saves a lot of time come Sukkot!
Jumping up north to Fairlawn, NJ, this sukkah belongs to Leslie. I love the grapes and faux fall foliage – I’m going to have to get some of that for next year.
Just a short drive away comes this Martha Stewart-styled sukkah in West Hempstead, NY from my virtual friend Shelley. She MADE that chandelier herself, for less than $5. Amazing!
You’ll need your passports for our last stop on today’s tour… since we’re heading to Nigeria, where Haya sent in these amazing pictures from the Chabad sukkah in Lagos. (Seriously, let’s just take a moment to absorb how cool a sukkah in Nigeria is…)
Be sure to tune in again tomorrow when I’ll have more sukkot from readers in North America and Israel. There’s still time to link up to your sukkah – and remember one lucky sukkah linker-upper will win a $10 door prize.