Entryway gates-Home with shared items set the stage for how visitors enter your home and “define” the areas they’ll get into. Of course there are informal, secondary items. To help direct guests, decorate the area around the items with flowers, leaves, borders and accent materials to define the various items while maintaining a sense of continuity in your landscaping design. Select plants to identify the items. You can use flowers of the same family or type, but in different colors on the entryway gates. This allows you to separate items for guests so you can control them to go, say, to the level of purple flowers.
Navigate visitors to the appropriate exterior entry. Some homes with shared items have a formal entrance to the home, and an informal entrance. The formal entrance is usually a foyer leading to the living quarters. The informal entrance may be at a lower level and lead to a space used for temporary purposes, such as watching TV or playing pool, or a home office. In addition to plants, you can use signs to direct visitors – a good option for those who see clients at home.
Incorporate gates, holder, pergola or a trellis. An entryway gates is useful for a lower entry level as it is used for a home office. It will define the entry for visitors and warns you that someone has come. Use an arbor, pergola or trellis to define the points of entry. These items will also add beauty to your split entry home.