Meet You at the Garden Gate

When it comes to choosing garden gates, let your home's architectural style be the guide.
From: DK Books - Small Garden

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

©2009, Dorling Kindersley Limited

Winding Garden Path Made of Complex Patterns

A screened doorway opens to an intriguing garden beyond its gates. The winding pathway continues with interesting treads making for a unique garden detail.

Blocks of Various Shapes are Garden Focus

Built in blocked bedding planters are of different heights giving the entire garden a structured look. This look is carried through with plantings, sculptures and a large entrance gate.

Gate and Fence Complement Garden Stone Wall

This rustic gate and fence complement the stone wall in this country garden, plus its open design helps to reduce the look of a barrier between the two parts of the landscape.

Country Style Garden Fence and Gate

A classic picket fence and gate are painted a soft gray to complement the perrenial plantings in this cottage garden.

Inviting Iron Entrance Frames View of Garden

This ornate metal gate not only frames the garden beyond, but it also supports a climbing plant that sets the mood for the garden before stepping through the entrance.

Japanese Style Screen with Rolled Bamboo Base

Bamboo rolls are used to run vertically with black painted lattice, creating an effective Japanese theme in this private backyard garden.

Shape Upon Shape Main Focus of Contemporary Garden

Random paving and a variety of shapes help to create a stimulating visual in this contemporary garden. Bold structural foliage plants were used to complete the look.