The allure of a garden gate can be just as captivating as the garden it guards. This assortment of garden gates spans far and wide, showcasing a variety of intriguing designs. Some gates offer glimpses of the flourishing gardens beyond, while others remain shrouded in mystery, adding to their enchantment. Click on the initial photo to begin exploring (toggle the green product labels on or off using the tag icon at the bottom of each photo’s page). Afterwards, let us know which garden gate you’re most eager to wander through.
The entrance to this garden courtyard in the Southwest is made up of Cor-Ten steel-framed, 200-year-old mesquite doors.
Looking for an exquisite garden entrance that will leave your guests in awe? How about taking inspiration from this picturesque garden gate nestled among green hedges, designed by the renowned Ike Kligerman Barkley. This gate leads to a stunning beach in Nantucket, Massachusetts, where you can bask in the sun and enjoy the serene waters. If you’re looking for a skilled landscape designer in your area, start your search today and bring your dream garden to life!
A vegetable garden in New York boasts a one-of-a-kind arbor crafted from driftwood.
The garden gate in Los Angeles was custom-made by Mirage Landscape and crafted using iron. If you’re looking for your own garden gate, check out the selection on Houzz.
As visitors stroll down the garden path near Detroit, they are greeted by a charming fusion of brick pillars and slatted wood gates. This picturesque design was created by Zaremba & Co.
The fire chief of Lummi Island, located near Seattle, created a unique metal garden gate that now stands in front of a home in the city.
This charming antique gate, featuring two heart-shaped cutouts, is beautifully situated among the lush foliage of Emerald Green arborvitae. The garden’s lovely design was created by Troy Rhone Garden Design. And if you’re looking to add some structure to your own garden, check out our list of the top 10 shrubs!
Adrian Payne’s handcrafted iron garden gate in London boasts a unique design accentuated by acid-etching.
The Atlanta Botanical Gardens boasts of a charming garden gate that was designed by Andrew T. Crawford. It is adorned with various replicas of gardening tools, adding to its whimsical vibe.
The garden gate in Hawaii may appear plain and modest, but it conceals the magnificence of the vast estate and its gardens that lie beyond it.
The garden gate located in the Ojai, California premises belongs to actors Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen. They collaborated with Jessica Thompson from Green Goddess Gardens Inc. and Pamela Burton, a landscape designer who also happens to be their friend and neighbor, to create their beautiful gardens.
According to Barnes Walker Ltd.’s team of landscape architects, climbers are an excellent addition to any garden design. Not only do they provide coverage for walls and fences, but they also add a vertical element that elevates the overall appearance of the space. Additionally, using climbers can create a sense of maturity in the garden.
The gateway leading to a charming garden in Toronto used to be the front entrance of a house built back in 1928. The fence encircling the garden is constructed with wood that has undergone pressure treatment.
When you stroll through the McIntire Historic District in Salem, Massachusetts, you’ll come across plenty of private gardens tucked away behind gates. One of these beautiful gardens was created by the talented Sudbury Design Group.
In San Francisco, a hidden Japanese meditation garden is tucked away behind a bamboo gate and bluestone paving.
Margie Grace has designed a beautiful garden in Santa Barbara, California, which can be accessed through a complex metal door. Once inside, visitors can enjoy the lush greenery and stunning scenery of the area.
The entrance to the garden in Dallas is beautifully framed by pillars made of a combination of Colorado and Oklahoma stones. These stones have been carefully selected and blended together to create a unique and stunning gateway that stands at seven feet tall.
Experience a slice of tropical heaven at the Hawaii garden estate, where the ambiance is enhanced by bamboo doors and lava stone walls. Created by VITA Planning and Landscape Architecture, this garden estate is a perfect getaway for those seeking relaxation amidst the lush greenery of Hawaii.
In Sussex, England, a charming garden awaits behind swinging white gates and a brick arbor. The lush green lawn invites visitors to stroll through and enjoy its natural beauty.
In Chicago, there’s a gorgeous garden that can be seen through a slender iron gate in a massive limestone wall. From this vantage point, you can also take in the stunning views of Lake Michigan.
The San Francisco garden designed by Greenworks Design boasts an impressive entrance in the form of a sizable ring gate constructed from Cor-Ten steel. It catches the eye and makes for a striking feature of the garden.
A Mediterranean style garden gate in Los Angeles boasts beautiful Spanish tiles, white plaster and an intricate wrought iron design.
The backyard entrance becomes more appealing with the wooden archway crafted by Environmental Landscape Associates. The accent boulder situated beyond the granite path is perfectly framed by this archway.
In Philadelphia, a garden with a mix of different elements can be seen, such as a white gate with chicken wire, wisteria, and a plastic pink flamingo. This unique combination adds character and charm to the garden.
This Boston garden, crafted by Timothy Lee, is accessed through a cedar fence and gate that exude a natural, forest-green hue.
The garden gate in Tampa Bay, Florida, is uniquely designed with a stain that adds a touch of burnt orange to its appearance.
The lovely garden in Charlotte, North Carolina boasts an eye-catching trellis gate fashioned from the ‘Cascade Falls’ weeping bald cypress.
The entrance to a spacious courtyard in Austin, Texas is marked by a sizeable gate constructed using Sienna, a type of Mexican limestone.
The New York property, constructed in 1926, features a historical touch with its authentic iron gate and stone wall.
In England, a garden gate painted in a sleek black hue adds privacy and a touch of tradition to the yard. The sturdy structure complements the beauty of the garden and serves as a functional barrier.
In the Boston region, there’s a previously used hunting lodge that boasts an old-fashioned wrought iron gate leading from the driveway to a beautiful garden courtyard.
The inviting garden entrance designed by McHale Landscape Design Inc. guides visitors towards a serene Japanese tea garden-inspired sanctuary. The tree trunk columns that enclose the area were crafted on-site using milling and dowelling techniques. The inscription on the gate signifies the garden’s secretive and intimate nature.
This garden in Cold Springs Harbor, New York has a charming entrance with a classic privacy hedge, also known as privet, and a swinging gate. It provides a lovely touch to the overall ambiance of the garden.
A pathway crafted out of a mixture of river stones and flagstones guides the way towards a garden gate with a touch of Asian influence in Palo Alto, California.
The team at Leonard Design Associates came up with a beautiful and functional solution for separating a dining terrace from a nearby garden. They crafted a moon gate set within a trellis, creating a distinct and lovely border between the two spaces.
In Williamsburg, Virginia, a classic white gate serves as a formal entrance.
The garden courtyard gate made by Grizzly Iron Inc. boasts an array of intricate forged details such as calla lilies and leaves, scrollwork, and an eye-catching basket-weave pattern.
Seattle is home to a beautiful garden gate that was specially crafted by Castanes Architects. It features a unique and intricately designed pattern, made possible through laser-cutting techniques and the use of Cor-Ten steel.
Atlanta is home to a custom-made iron garden gate that exudes an ominous aura. The gate was crafted by the talented artisan, Andrew T. Crawford.
The Los Angeles property is adorned with vintage garden doors that divide the driveway from the green and vibrant garden region.
The entrance to this San Francisco garden features a beautiful white gate adorned with two big black urns filled with orchids. This stunning design was created by Reynolds-Sebastiani Design Services.
The Mediterranean-themed garden in Santa Barbara, California features a slim iron gate as its entrance.
Guests to this garden in Madison County, Ohio are greeted by a charming arbor adorned with ‘New Dawn’ roses, which are abundant and blush pink during the spring season.
The landscape architect David Gibson from Sacramento developed this property, which features a garden gate with a French-inspired design.
Jay Sifford, a landscape designer and contributor to Houzz, stumbled upon these charming garden gate doors at Oriental Furnishings in Connecticut.
The entrance to a lovely Vancouver garden is made grand by a wooden gate adorned with laser-cut mermaids crafted from stainless steel. The gate stands out beautifully when it is encircled by gracefully arched hedges.
This garden gate situated near San Diego is approached through a brick pathway and Sydney Peak flagstone. The gate is adorned with a white trellis.
Margie Grace created a charming French-style garden in Santa Barbara, California, which is accessed through a traditional iron gate.
This garden in Seattle is made even more charming by the presence of an old iron gate covered in rust.
In Chemilli, France, visitors are welcomed into a beautiful garden through a unique metal gate that was specifically designed by landscape architect Philippe Dubreuil. Just click on the “Next Page” button to see more!
Over 40 years ago, the back of an old dray (or cart) was discovered on a property in New Zealand. Today, that same piece has been repurposed into a charming gate that adds character to the area.
This charming English courtyard garden is separated from the outside world by a black-painted iron gate that stands out against the surrounding brick wall.
The garden gate, which was designed by landscape architect David Pederson, has a welcoming atmosphere due to the inclusion of an arbor, stacked stone, and topiaries.
In Santa Barbara, California, a conventional hacienda-style entrance is established through an outer courtyard wall and doorway.