Whether you are looking for Wrought Iron Gates or Wooden Gates, Garden Oasis have a broad range to suit every taste and budget. We have a wide selection of designs of Driveway Gates, Side Entrance Gates and Garden Gates often with matching wrought iron railings and fencing.
Wrought Iron Gates
Wrought Iron Railings
Gate Automation Kits
Made from the high quality we know you’re looking for our wide selection of gates and railings are available in a large range of sizes. Our standard sizes fit typical gaps however; we also offer a made to measure service on our wrought iron gates selection. So if you need a gate for a particular size then we can provide you with that too!
You’ll also find that we offer FREE DELIVERY on everything and on top of that we always have some great discounts on our products including our wrought iron gates and railings, wooden gates and automation kits.
Solid steel is used across our product range which offers a higher quality product and longevity. You’ll also find a great range of galvanized gates and railings which providescathodic protection to the steel making our products last even longer by coating them in a layer of zinc. This helps keep both oxygen and water away from the steel which means your gates and railings will last longer, look great and shouldn’t rust.
Traditional and Spanish designs
Wrought iron is not only popular here in the UK, but with our Spanish neighbours too. The Spanish have been manufacturing iron gates and railings for just about as long as we have. This has led to two very different design styles:
Traditional wrought iron
The traditional design of iron gating and railing hasn’t changed very much for centuries. We’re very familiar with this style as it features heavily across many towns and cities, especially in London. Traditional iron design features more prominently with linear features and straight lines. Arrows, or points reminiscent of spear heads usually complete the tops if upright bars.
Spanish wrought iron
The Spanish style of wrought iron consists of much more floral and fluid patterns in the bars and iron work. Unlike more traditional styles we’re familiar with in the UK, Spanish designs feature lots more curves, rounded shapes and more elaborate iron work and rather than pointed, spear like tops, floral patterns and finishes dominate the ends of the wrought iron uprights.
Flat top railings and gates feature a solid, horizontal bar that completes the top section of the gate. Depending on the environment in which you want to fit the gate or railing, flat top gates and railings are more suitable to linear surroundings and connecting walls or fences. Flat top railings combine well with convex arch gates which, due to the shape cause the gate to stand out more readily in terms of aesthetics.
Convex arch top
The convex arch top railings and gates are definitely the more popular choice. These styles feature a prominent and upward protruding arch which is then sectioned by intersecting upright iron bars forming an elegant arch shape as a result. Particularly popular in terms of wrought iron gates.
Concave arch top
Opposite of course to the convex version, the concave style features an archway in a downward direction. The upright bars vary in length intersecting the concave horizontal bar to produce an elegant arch shape. Considered more contemporary in terms of traditional style gates and railings, this style is well suited to railings and fencing separated by brickwork. Combining the two creates a more modern feel using a material more renowned for its traditional appearance.