The sukkahs below were created quite a few years ago for my first book; Jewish Holiday Style but are just as inspirational today for designing a sukkah.
We shelped this sukkah over to the Connecticut shoreline and shot it on a private beachfront overlooking the Long Island Sound. Don't have beachfront property? No problem—you can create a beach-y sukkah by using white nylon for the walls, pots of grasses and lots of blues on your table setting.
Or, maybe you're more of a urbanite...
ALL PHOTOS: SHAFFER/SMITH PHOTOGRAPHY
This industrial, corrugated sukkah decked out with tiny white lights and Park Avenue-like topiaries will transport you to the city even if your sukkah is in a suburban back-yard.
What will inspire your sukkah this year?