“Sukkah” Succah (סוכה) is a Hebrew word that means “booth” or “tabernacle.” The word is used in the Bible to describe the portable tent where Moses met with God at Mount Sinai. During the festival of Sukkot, Jews build a sukkah, which is a small hut made of branches, leaves, and other natural materials. Traditionally, the sukkah is placed outdoors, but today many people use it inside their homes. The sukkah is meant to remind us of our need for shelter.
Once you have created your mural, simply paint it onto the wall using acrylic paints or spray paint. Hang your new mural with nails or screws. To make your sukkah more festive, consider hanging lights inside the sukkah. Lights will help brighten up your sukkah and give it an extra glow. The best time to hang lights is after sunset.
Make sure to use only LED lights. Do not use regular light bulbs. You can find LED lights at any hardware store. Hang them near the ceiling so that they do not fall down. Finally, when you hang your lights, make sure to cover the wires with tape. This will prevent them from getting damaged. Sukkah decoration will add a home look to your sukkah.