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Sure, a garden gate marks the entrance to your property but it also gives a hint to what you fill find beyond it.

Have look and choose the one that reflects your style.

 

Practically perfect

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Pretty flowering plants frame this garden gate, creating a lovely doorway from the garden.

 

Headboard gate

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An antique wood headboard, trimmed to fit, becomes a gate between the front and back gardens.

 

Garden tool gate

Garden tool gate

A sunburst collection of garden tools make a unique garden gate.

 

Ornamental insert

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The tree-shape insert in this wood gate allows peeks and breaks up the solidness of the gate.

 

Pure romance

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Roses billow over a classic gate and frame for a look that is pure romance. Note how the gate curves down, as a mirrior image of the frame to create a full circle, which draws the eye inward.

 

Old-fashioned air

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Classic form gets a finishing touch from a floral wreath. The message clearly states that an old-fashioned garden awaits.

 

Big, bold beauty

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From the bright blue and red color scheme to the gold adornment in its center, this gate will wow everyone.

 

Standing out

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Though wood and metal are heavy building materials, the architecture keeps the look airy. Because there’s only a living wall of plants as fence, this gate stands out as the only piece of hardscaping.

 

Solid nature

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The arch top of the gate echoes the curving line of the wall, mitigating the solid nature of both these materials.

 

Mix and match

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There is a lot going on in this design: ironwork on top of a beam with trimmed ends, white posts holding lantern-style lights, vine-covered stone pillars, and a solid wood three-quarter height gate. But it just goes to show that complicated can be tasteful.

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