A cheery gate and classic brick path make for a stunning entry. More garden inspiration: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/design/styles/features-that-create-an-outstanding-garden/?socsrc=bhgpin090412brickgardenpath#page=3
If you want to separate your outdoor space from your driveway or a street but you want to maintain accessibility, consider a gated arbor. These homeowners opted for a shorter, curved-top gate to create separation without blocking views. A mix of bright whites and cool grays give the space an elegant and sophisticated look.
This Asian-inspired arbor would be a perfect element in any garden. I would incorporate many oriental elements in both the landscape and the inside decor of my dream home. The simplicity is absolutely elegant.
Spruce up an entryway with a flower-covered arbor. More ways to make a better first impression: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/exteriors/curb-appeal/make-a-better-first-impression/?socsrc=bhgpin051513floralarbor=2
Garden Gate Add Color with Vines: While a white picket fence and arbor are beautiful, they can be stark by themselves. Dress them up with colorful blooms. Here, an orange climbing rose creates a dramatic focal point.