Gateways are the physical transition that take us from one space to another space,
to another frame of mind,
to another world . . .
|Casa Benvenides, Taos, New Mexico|
Gateways from the public space to the private;
Let your needs for security and/or privacy guide your choice of height and density.
|Village of Rowdat, Afghanistan, 9.26.2011 - photo courtesy Jonathan Hooper, USDA|
|Classic walled garden: RHS GardenWisley, Surrey, England - photo courtesy Elenor Welshon|
|The Waring House, Denver Botanic Gardens|
|Taos, New Mexico|
|Classic picket fence: Denver, Colorado|
|design by Jerry Nelson Landscape and Design,Greeley, Colorado|
Gateways that create a sense of place;
Let the culture of your region guide your choice of materials.
|Adobe and traditional blue trim (to ward off evil spirits): Taos, New Mexico|
|Wood & flagstone in Denver, Colorado - design by Phase One Landscapes|
|Asian influenced design: northern California|
Gateways reflect your personal aesthetic;
Let the architecture of your home guide your choice of design.
|Classical styling for a Georgian home - Denver, Colorado|
|Custom artwork (23rd Ave Sculpture Studio) for a contemporary home - Denver, Colorado|
|Simple contemporary styling for a mid-century home - Wheat Ridge, Colorado|
|Southwestern gateway styling complements home in Denver, Colorado|
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Be sure to visit my fellow members of the Garden Designers' Roundtable and our esteemed guests for more on Getting From Here to There:
Debra Prinzing & David Perry: A Fresh Bouquet
Pam Penick : Digging : Austin, TX
Scott Hokunson : Blue Heron Landscapes : Granby, CT
Rebecca Sweet : Gossip In The Garden : Los Altos, CA
Jenny Peterson : J Peterson Garden Design : Austin TX
Susan Cohan : Miss Rumphius’ Rules : Chatham, NJ
Susan Morrison : Blue Planet Garden Blog : East Bay, CA
Lesley Hegarty & Robert Webber : Hegarty Webber Partnership : Bristol, UK
Christina Salwitz : Personal Garden Coach : Renton, WA
ETA: photo from Afghanistan; brother-in-law working as agricultural consultant with USDA.