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Add a pergola to your landscape for structure and shelter.
A subtle shift in height offers visual variety to a pergola.
An imposing pergola soars over its whimsically designed space.
An inventive use of an off-the-shelf material embellishes a pergola.
A shed and a pergola go hand in hand.
A pergola provides a place to catch some shut-eye.
An undulating roof offers visual variety for a pergola.
A riotous collection of climbing roses adorns this pretty pergola.
Functioning more as walkway than spot for repose, a pergola adds drama to a yard.
A pergola's roof seems to take flight atop grand supports.
Elegant elements dress up the simple design of this pergola.