This garden gate can stand alone with plantings on either side or attached to your fence. Here is how to build one.
This easy-to-build entry gate makes your side yard look inviting and extends your homes curb appeal.
I always enjoy making gates because they are actually just a simple frame with no complicated joints, yet the finished job is big and looks impressive.
Step-by-step instructions on how to build a wooden gate for a fence using sustainable western red cedar.
This project is a very basic 6ft high fence gate. It is an easy weekend project which can be made in a few hours but should be spread over two days as the concrete for the posts has to harden before the gate can be fitted
The purpose of this project is to make a picket gate a little bit harder for small kids to open and let themselves (as well as their dogs) into any area they may not be allowed into unsupervised. Build your own picket gate with these free instructions.
A fair amount of thought had to go into the design of these gates. The driveway had an uphill slope, therefore the bottom of the gates had to be about 250mm (10 inches) above the ground in closed position to allow the gates to open over the sloping drive.
With just a few tools you can build this elegant yet simple garden gate. Here are the instructions, along with even more details, tips and photos. Plus, we share the simple steps to modifying our gate to fit your situation.
A traditional gateway with ornamental detail. The ornamental detail of the posts is simpler than it looks, layers of dimensional lumber do the trick.
This Plan shows how to make and fit double lumber gates and how to offset and align the hinges, thus enabling the gates to open over raised ground.