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Synonyms for gazebo


Synonyms for gazebo

a small roofed building affording shade and rest

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Wedding ceremony in The Gazebo overlooking the Big Sur coastline (one-hour ceremony and two-hour set-up).
I think people saw the weather forecast on Saturday and it put them off, and although today is a much better day the strong gusts meant the marquees were unsafe and the gazebos were literally flying around.
Although residents were irked by Kankakee's lowly ranking and the buzz it got, many grew to appreciate the gazebos.
In the formal gardens at the Greek Revival-style Governor's Mansion in Jackson, there are two handsome octagonal gazebos with bell-shaped copper roofs.
Whether it's a gazebo or a greenhouse, a new garden building can transform your outdoor space.
However, the Church's edict makes no mention of paedophile priests being just as unwelcome as a guitar or a gazebo.
Gazebos offer a wonderful perch for savouring your outdoor environment.
Not only do they have the gazebos, but a soft area where they can sit and play with their friends.
My wife and I decided we had the perfect place for a gazebo, but a problem we faced was an intense dislike for the style of most commercial gazebos.
It's been used for 10,000 s/f condominium complexes and 200 s/f gazebos.
Others, including O'Dell, advocate a more restrained, wait-and-see attitude when promoting gazebos.
When I look at those skids I see gazebos or picnic tables or lawn furniture as opposed to piles and stacks of two by fours and two by six's ," says Canfield.
The Cambridge Classic is an addition to the company's Tiffany line of gazebos.
As applied to garden spaces, these elements include: paths (channels for moving people through the space); edges (boundaries, barriers, or seams that enclose the space or join parts together); districts (sections of the space that are recognizable as having a unique identifying character); nodes (junctions or foci to and from which people travel--they are usually places of intense activity); and landmarks (reference points, such as gazebos, fountains, etc.