A low fence and playful, geometric outdoor gate are just the ticket to a welcoming front—while still maintaining privacy—for this Venice, CA entry.
A high contrast black and white combo makes this Laguna Beach, California entry pop. We especially love the “Adios” sign, adding character to this beachy cottage.
A white picket fence is an oldie, but when combined with low-water, low-maintenance plants, it’s still a goodie. Seen here: .
The glass inserts in this redwood fence are not only neighborly, but also let light in during the day.
Leaving not much to the imagination, this Portland, Oregon garden gate makes it clear that spiky plants lie ahead.
Private yet welcoming, this Marin County entrance has the perfect blend of low-water plants backed by a stucco wall and painted outdoor gate.
A custom gate and tropical plants makes the perfect welcome to this Hawaiian-themed garden.
An inventive outdoor gate made from upcycled plumbing pipe from leads the way to a dreamy Seattle garden.
Ipe and stone work together beautifully to create a serene entryway that stands up to the saltwater, humidity, and sun of this home on .
A waist-high, slatted steel outdoor gate provides no obstruction of the gorgeous, symmetrical view ahead.