Quite often we’re asked if we can replicate an old heritage gate that someone’s seen and fallen in love with. The usual scenario is that you’ve got an older property which has lost the original gates but you haven’t been able to buy an old gate from anywhere. You really need something ‘old’ to suit. The one gate we’ve been asked about the most is the one shown in the Vic Tourism ad for Daylesford and Hepburn Springs. This gate graces the driveway entrance to the historic Wombat Park Homestead with it’s magnificent gardens.
We are delighted with the gates, we love the design and my husband loves the robust construction. I can’t tell you how many people have asked about it and we happily refer them back to you!
When my wife and I decided that we wanted a more impressive entrance way to our property, we scoured the internet and other media for a good-looking, quality, yet reasonably-priced gate. We visited factories and outlets, and examined websites over many months but nothing met our criteria. We then found an advertisement for Farmweld gates and their product appeared to fit the bill – attractiveness and affordability. And it has proven to be the case. We are delighted with
What do you do when you need a formal entrance to a property with Australian Colonial architecture but it needs to work with French Provincial interior decorating … go wrought iron of course. The wrought iron entrance gate to this NSW property was made keeping in mind both styles and the owner couldn’t be happier.
The Brief: The house on this property was built in 1898 but it has been renovated with a French Provincial interior. The house is