Here is some example of garden gate designs. 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. 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.
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. 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. 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. 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 Cécile Brunner roses. Add a touch of whimsy to an otherwise plain wooden gate by carving a fun, decorative accent like a Celtic knot or other fanciful design. For a zen influence, divide your garden into two sections by installing a circular opening or “moongate” onto a fence or trellis. This elegant white door with a pointed arch is built into a brick wall with Boston and Virginia creeper ivy. The two elements work together to evoke an old-fashioned, gothic feel, appropriate for a secret garden. To add a pop of color to your garden, drill small holes into your gate’s wood and install vintage marbles of varying sizes. As an added bonus, the marbles will glow like multicolor constellations when the sun illuminates them from behind. Which one of the garden gate designs that really your favor and style?