Our Sukkah is our home for a week. Let’s make it cozy with these mats.
We used to have this gigantic roll of vinyl flooring that we used as a floor for our Sukkah, which is on our deck. It was huge, heavy, smelled like plastic and took weeks to dry once the Yom Tov was over and it got caught in the inevitable fall downpour. Not a fun project. Not sure if I mentioned it already, but I feel like I have to make it clear that it was humongous too. Where do you store something so big?? But store it we did (garage, left corner, right there where bikes could have been but now cannot be) mostly because we had no idea how to get rid of it. (Here’s how: call someone who picks up old rugs).
Anyway, a few years ago I changed the whole system. I came up with this idea of lining up these big door mats to form a grid.
It just made so much more sense.
A- Storing them is easy. Just pile them up
B- They are made for heavy traffic and dirt. If they get dirty just scrub with soap and let dry. Some are even machine washable!
C- You can easily customize to the size of your Sukkah. Just figure out the way you want to lay them out and the size you need.
Here are a few options: