Choosing the design for your entry gate is an exciting yet daunting task. Do you select a handmade wooden gate with a rich, rustic finish? Or should you go with a custom wrought-iron dual gate with delicate scrollwork and eye-catching symmetry?

It’s possible to have both materials combined in the same gate so you don’t have to make the agonizing┬áchoice. In fact, there are some good reasons why a custom gate made with both iron and wood is a wise, solid investment.

Below, we’ll explore these reasons and let you know why you should consider installing a gate that contains both iron and wood components. Read on to learn more. Then, when you’re ready, get in touch with us to start the designing process. We’re happy and able to help you create a beautiful gate that adds privacy, security, and appeal to your property.

Your Gate Stands Out From the Crowd

When you combine wood and iron in a custom gate, you have creative license to design a completely unique landscape feature. Your gate may be constructed of a bright, sturdy wooden frame inset with wrought-iron branches and leaves. You may prefer a wooden privacy arrangement with a dual gate of upright planks encircled at the arched top by a delicate row of iron filigree.

If you want a modern, minimalist gate, have a simple iron frame made that holds plain wood planks. Clean, spare gates like this one we described let the rest of your property shine. For a stately gate, have your family crest or initials rendered in iron and set in the center of a castle-worthy, thick wooden gate.

Ideas are limitless when you combine wood and iron. Check out online images of wood and wrought-iron gates […]