G001 Curved Gate (Circular) DIY Plan



A gorgeous circular feature gate to be constructed of red cedar lumber. The gate is attractive from front and rear face and includes details for trelliswork screens aside. Headpiece keeps the gate hanging level.                  Arrange a Design Consultation                                Get a Quote

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Curved Gate Plans G001 DIY – Building our Circular Gate

This circular gate project looks very advanced, but we would call it intermediate since it is achievable with basic tools. Our curved gate plans and instructions will walk you through purchasing materials, building the circular gate and trellis, then staining your gate. It will teach you professional techniques and save you time and frustration during your project. We do ask that you read through all the instructions before starting. People love to leap into a project, but some of the information we give early on will really help you while you are building.

We do build structures like this in the Toronto and GTA areas. Get in touch if you would like us to install it for you. Better still, if you would like to give us the artistic license, have us design something different just for you! We design any kind of woodwork features you can dream up. Entrances, Arbors, Trellis Features, Cabanas, Pavilions, Pergolas, and Decks!

Included in these Gate Plans

These are step-by-step curved gate plans. We walk you through buying the materials and building the trellis and gate. This plan creates a circular gate about 38″ wide. The trellis side screens are adaptable width. The height is adaptable (within reason). These plans include lamination instructions using an epoxy that you can source at LeeValleyTools.com. (They deliver!).

Tools you will need to build these Gate Plans

As long as you have basic carpentry tools and a table saw, jigsaw, screw gun, belt sander, palm sander and a dozen or so clamps, you should be fine to build this curved gate. Having a large assembly table is easier on the back while you build this gate, but a patch of level floor is just as good. Just wait until your neighbors see what you built with help from GardenStructure.com!

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