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hurricane lamp

a paraffin lamp, with a glass covering to prevent the flame from being blown out

hurricane lamp

[′hər·ə‚kān ‚lamp]
(engineering)
An oil lamp with a glass chimney and perforated lid to protect the flame, or a candle with a glass chimney.
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The flickering flames of tea lights, storm lanterns, sculpted wax pillars, floating candles and more, all help to set an atmospheric scene in the great outdoors and many of them cost lest than pounds 10.
CANDLES make for lovely outside lighting, but even the gentlest British breeze will have them guttering and going out, so have plenty of storm lanterns to pop them in.
Among the project activities: 1) the provision of emergency shelter, including tents, sleeping mats and blankets to affected families; 2) the distribution of emergency relief items to families, including warm clothing, storm lanterns and soap; 3) the establishment of six child-friendly spaces; 4) the provision of psychosocial support and referral services for children.
Strutt furnishes it with practical fold-up trestle tables, linen tablecloths, a sofa, rugs, cushions covered in washable cotton fabrics, and waterproof fairy lights and storm lanterns.
Mix these with bowls or vases filled with pine cones- I also like to use fresh cranberries in the base of storm lanterns for candles at Christmas.
Other alternatives include nightlights and storm lanterns which are available in many different styles and can be hung up to light well-used spaces.
The street lamps along Railroad Avenue will sit on decorative poles like suspended storm lanterns on an Old West street.
I think I would propose an extensive group of storm lanterns filled with pillar candles leading to your front door.
Seascape canvasses, storm lanterns and sandpipers all add to the nautical feel of this dining kitchen.
For finishing touches use tea lights in coloured glass holders, tall candles in storm lanterns, hanging lanterns or fairy lights.
Drape fairy lights around your front porch and stack storm lanterns around your front door for a really welcoming effect, and if your budget allows it then invest in an outdoor heater which will see you through well into the autumn.
98 for three - and storm lanterns in a range of styles are attractive and practical as their flames are shielded from the wind.