One of the most popular and commonly used as a garden gate is the wooden garden gates. Wooden garden gates have a long history, a history that stretches back about as long as we have had gardens, most likely. Wood is a material we have used since the beginning of time, almost. It is readily available, easy to shape and work, and it is renewable, which in today’s climate of environmental thinking, is surely a good thing. Wooden garden gates look good. They have a chunky secure appearance that gives confidence, yet they can have an elegance and style that shows off a garden to its best effect. Wooden garden gates can be available in so many traditional styles that you are really spoiled for choice. The flat top, essentially rectangular and solid, garden gate is perhaps the most basic design. A variation on it is the flat top but slatted gate that has thin spaces between its upright planks. Next to that in terms of simplicity comes the arched top gates, which is essentially the same in basic design as the flat top, but with a curved and arched top.
Wooden garden gates add a charm to your garden that no other type could ever do. Wooden garden gates can be simple, average or highly complex. They can be designed in a traditional way, or a highly futuristic way that might raise an eyebrow or two. Whatever way you present wooden garden gates, always remember you were wide to choose wood.