|We hope to put the fence somewhere between the bump out and chimney|
|We have a long, long driveway as you can see....one car will fit behind the gate and two in front as we don't plan to park cars behind it often...we only have one car now so their will be parking for visitors|
This entails many steps, including figuring out our property line. We practically share a driveway with our neighbors, except a 2-3' garden/grass strip that divides it. The problem is that we do not know where the divide is and want to make sure we do the right thing if we are putting in something permanent like a gate. Luckily, we get along with our neighbors and are friends. We have decided that instead of spending a bunch of money to get a survey done, we discuss and decide where it should go together. We feel so lucky to have such great neighbors.
Here are some fence designs we really enjoy. I hope to track down the pictures I have torn out over the years and also saved on our old computer eons ago and post them later as well as take some pictures of inspiring gates around the neighborhood.
|I love the simplicity of this gate, that it gives privacy while allowing light through and the Greene and Greene influences with the swooping lines at the bottom-this just might be the winner, found here|
|This is also really really pretty, airy and delicate yet hardy and sturdy all at the same time, found here|
|simple, basic craftsman inspired design found here|
|Not in love with this but it is simple with a nice sweeping detail design at top found here|
|Really like this design as well, not only the little horizontal chunks on the lower portion of the fence, but the upper detail, found here|
|Simple and straightforward, found here|
|I like this, super cute but probably not airy and open enough for us, found here|