Garden Gate Designs Metal

Garden Gate Designs Metal

1 Grape Vine Gate A lovely grape vine climbs and curls around this rustic wooden gate, hiding compost bins on the other side and providing its owners with delicious grape jelly!See more at Three Dogs In A Garden. Courtesy of Three Dogs In A Garden 2 Covered In Clematis Autumn clematis climbing across the top of this white garden gate provide an elegant and romantic vibe.See more at Bumblebee. Courtesy of BumblebeeAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Green Hyacinth Gate This lovely, mint green gate is beautiful enough on its own, but a covering of hyacinth bean vines adds a splash of purple and a truly unique look.See more at Nibs. Courtesy of Martha Browne of Nibsblog 4 Willow Stick Fence This family’s gate was designed to deter chicken-eating dogs, but we think it’s so darn cute! The willow sticks were gathered along the Animas River.See more at 6512 And Growing. Courtesy of 6512 And GrowingAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Flower-Covered Arch One of the most classic and enticing garden gates is a simple, unpainted wooden frame that will look more rustic as it weathers. Here, a stunning violet clematis vine creates a flowering arch, inviting visitors to the backyard.See more at Hometalk. Courtesy of Hometalk / Three Dogs In A Garden 6 Antique Gate Inspire a rustic setting with curved double-wooden doors, painted a soothing color like light blue. These six-foot-tall doors are made even more lovely with the addition of heart-shaped cutouts.See more at Houzz. Courtesy of Houzz / Troy Rhone Garden DesignAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Garden Tool Gate This garden gate was built by securing second-hand garden tools as diagonal “rungs” and “slats” on a swinging cedar frame. Though this gate won’t afford you much privacy, it will certainly give you a chance to showcase your creativity.Get the tutorial at Montana Wildlife Gardener. Courtesy of Montana Wildlife Gardener 8 Little Red Door Unleash some barnyard style into your garden with a small red door beneath a crisp white vine-covered arch, a combination that shows just how sophisticated country style can be.See more at Tales From Carmel. Courtesy of Tales From CarmelAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Peek-A-Boo Accent If you’re looking to keep your garden or backyard relatively private but don’t like the look of solid wood, try adding a peek-a-boo insert. Here, an intricate black Nuvo Iron decorative window insert adds a bit of flourish without sacrificing functionality.See more at Confessions of Serial Do-it-Yourselfer. Courtesy of Confessions of A Serial Do-it-Yourselfer 10 Barreled Archway For a majestic garden gate, try a white barreled archway. This gate’s arbor reaches an impressive 14 feet, and is twined with Iceberg and C├ęcile Brunner roses.See more here. Mark Lohman
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Garden Gate Designs Metal

Swipe to view slides Sideyard gates must be attractive and wide enough to allow the movement of equipment and bikes in and out without pressure on the gate posts. Tubular wrought iron can be customized to create a much wider gate for driveway security. The heavy gauge steel reinforcement on the bottom half ensures this all metal gate remains square and swings easily without sag. The beauty and elegance of wrought iron allows a clear view of your home from the street while maintaining complete security. This double gate opens to allow a lawn tractor through, or only one side may be used on a daily basis. When closed the slat pattern remains continuous so that this gate blends in when not in use. Here attractive hinges and a barred window are used to create a more rustic, custom look. This gate was designed to fit perfectly with the style of architecture for a highly detailed transparent barrier that is equally attractive when viewed from the garden looking outward. Wooden gates can be customized with openings, hardware and pergolas. A bi-parting gate will make the entrance to your home seem more grand. This modern gate was made using horizontal boards of redwood.
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Garden Gate Designs Metal

Sideyard gates must be attractive and wide enough to allow the movement of equipment and bikes in and out without pressure on the gate posts. Tubular wrought iron can be customized to create a much wider gate for driveway security. The heavy gauge steel reinforcement on the bottom half ensures this all metal gate remains square and swings easily without sag. The beauty and elegance of wrought iron allows a clear view of your home from the street while maintaining complete security. This double gate opens to allow a lawn tractor through, or only one side may be used on a daily basis. When closed the slat pattern remains continuous so that this gate blends in when not in use. Here attractive hinges and a barred window are used to create a more rustic, custom look. This gate was designed to fit perfectly with the style of architecture for a highly detailed transparent barrier that is equally attractive when viewed from the garden looking outward. Wooden gates can be customized with openings, hardware and pergolas. A bi-parting gate will make the entrance to your home seem more grand. This modern gate was made using horizontal boards of redwood.
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Garden Gate Designs Metal

Your home’s gates have a lot to do with curb appeal and people’s first impression of your property. In order to create the best effect, keep these rules in mind. First, the height of a gate should relate to the height of your fence or wall. Making your gate too tall or too short will cause it to seem out of proportion in comparison. Second, always use quality hardware. Durable and attractive gate hinges and latches will increase the appeal and lifetime of a gate. Third, consider adding a pop of color to your gate. Painting your gate a warm inviting color will catch people’s eye and make them feel welcome. Finally, for safety reasons avoid putting a gate at the bottom of steps. A gate should always be at the top of stairs and open away from the steps.
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Garden Gate Designs Metal

The best thing about a vinyl gate is that it requires very little maintenance. A vinyl gate will not rust or rot and will likely last much longer than wood or metal. Vinyl gates typical come in light colors, white and beige being the most common. With vinyl you’ll be able to choose from a variety of styles such as a picket gate, a privacy gate or a lattice gate.
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Garden Gate Designs Metal

Much as the eyes are the window to the soul, a garden gate functions as a window into your yard. While a gate technically acts as a barrier that protects your beautiful garden, it should also be welcoming and beckon guests inside. Whether you want something for a cottage-style garden or want to emulate something more formal, installing a garden gate allows you to set the tone for your garden’s atmosphere.

Garden Gate Designs Metal

By Alexandra Mitchell and Jenae Sitzes Mar 23, 2017 Much as the eyes are the window to the soul, a garden gate functions as a window into your yard. While a gate technically acts as a barrier that protects your beautiful garden, it should also be welcoming and beckon guests inside. Whether you want something for a cottage-style garden or want to emulate something more formal, installing a garden gate allows you to set the tone for your garden’s atmosphere.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Garden Gate Designs Metal

By Alexandra Mitchell and Jenae Sitzes Mar 23, 2017 Much as the eyes are the window to the soul, a garden gate functions as a window into your yard. While a gate technically acts as a barrier that protects your beautiful garden, it should also be welcoming and beckon guests inside. Whether you want something for a cottage-style garden or want to emulate something more formal, installing a garden gate allows you to set the tone for your garden’s atmosphere.
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A gate welcomes guests into your garden or home. You’ll need a gate wherever a fence or wall intersects a driveway or path. The most common garden gates are driveway gates, side yard gates and front entry gates. When it comes to the look of your gate the options are nearly limitless. Your gate can be simple or ornate, large or small, open or solid, wood or iron.
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Side yard and front entry gates, sometimes referred to as pedestrian gates, allow people to access the backyard or entryway. A pedestrian gate should be a minimum of 36 inches wide. Most pedestrian gates are single gates; however, if you prefer the look of a double gate this is also a possibility. A double pedestrian gate looks great for a front entry. This type of gate should swing inwards and usher guests into your garden.
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Chad Hoover of Hoover Fence details the pros and cons of wood gates and why they are often left to the professionals. “When considering wood gates and their biggest cause for failure, I would suggest most problems stem directly from the materials used. Wood by nature is a soft product which expands, contracts, and only becomes softer in time. Therefore wood fasteners used on hinges and latches lose their grip. Wood is also heavy and building a quality wood-framed gate (as opposed to steel-framed gate) is a skill, not common amongst average homeowners. Average homeowners would be best to order a ‘steel framed gate kit’ and mount their own matching fence boards to it to save the burden and frustration of attempting to build their own gate. A wood frame, built properly, would have the wood members ‘ship-lapped’ together with quality galvanized washers and bolts. They are time-consuming to build properly and usually require more professional tools than found in most homeowners’ garages.”