1. Classic vs. Modern:
Designing a custom entry gate allows you to choose a style that invokes a particular time period. Do you want your entry gate to act as a snapshot of the past or act as a groundbreaking look into the future?
Classic iron gates are the perfect complement to European or Victorian-style houses. They carry in themselves a nostalgic, ancient with curving iron bars, sophisticated that hardly any material can be shown outside of iron. Artistic iron doors can be customized to create a unique product, adding the perfect finishing touch to the home garden.
Or if you are looking for something more modern, there are many ways to create a modern iron gate. Nice Gates engineers are creating hundreds of new modern garden entrance gate designs, break traditional stereotypes of the iron bar horizontal, vertical, .. previously called characterizes modern style. Nearly any model can be etched into a custom entry gate of Nice Gates company, so the options are endless.
2. Blending In
One common mistake made when designing an entry gate is forgetting about the other entryways into the house: the garage and front doors. A house’s main, garage and front doors should form a cohesive style that fits comfortably within the overall style of the house. While each door can be slightly different, their styles shouldn’t feel disjointed. Having a modern garage door and a classic entry gate will cause the house’s aesthetic to appear jarring.
All the elements of a house’s exterior need to work together to complement the architectural style of the home. Thankfully, custom garage and entry doors as well as custom entry gates make this possible. To get started on designing a custom entry gates or garage and front door, contact Nice Gates for a free design consultation today.