STEP 1 Select the plan category you want

Garden Gate Plans

Garden Gate Plans

Rail Gate Plans

Rail Gate Plans

Solid Board Gate Plans

Solid Board Gate Plans

Five-Bar Mortise & Tenon Gate Plans

Five-Bar Mortise & Tenon Gate Plans

Shed Plans

Shed Plans

STEP 2 Select the style of gate you want

Newport Picket Gate Plans

Newport Picket Gate Plans

Hyde Park Gate Plans

Hyde Park Gate Plans

STEP 2 Select the style of gate you want

Cape Cod Gate Plans

Cape Cod Gate Plans

Double V Gate Plans

Double V Gate Plans

Maine Board Gate Plans

Maine Board Gate Plans

STEP 2 Select the style of gate you want

Dumpster Gate Plans

Dumpster Gate Plans

STEP 2 Select the style of gate you want

Mortise Tenon keel Gate Plans

Mortise & Tenon Keel Gate Plans

Mortise Tenon double VGate Plans

Mortise & Tenon Double V Gate Plans

STEP 2 Select the style of shed you want

New England Shed Plans

New England Shed Plans

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Single Gate

  • for 42″ wide openings.
  • intended for pedestrian use only.

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Old-Fashioned Heavy Duty Hinges (8292)

  • 12″ is the recommended length for this application.
  • Flush mounting is the most common method of installation. The hinge is mounted directly onto the face of the gate and post. We recommend a minimum 1/4” space be maintained between the gate and post to allow for expansion of the wood in changing seasons.

Latching with Twisted Ring Latch – Flush Mount (4149)

  • Operates from both sides, just like a door knob.
  • Allows for either a left or right handed installation.
  • Easy to install, requiring only a single 3/4” round hole.
  • Intended for use on gates up to 5” thick (with standard key stock provided).

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Description
Newport Picket Gate Binder

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Lattice Top Gate

  • for a 36″ wide opening.
  • intended for pedestrian use on privacy fence applications.

Picket Top Gate

  • for a 36” wide opening.
  • intended for pedestrian use on privacy fence applications.

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Old-Fashioned Heavy Duty Hinges (8292)

  • 12″ is the recommended length for this application.
  • Flush mounting is the most common method of installation. The hinge is mounted directly onto the face of the gate and post. We recommend a minimum 1/4” space be maintained between the gate and post to allow for expansion of the wood in changing seasons.

Latching with Twisted Ring Latch – Flush Mount (4149)

  • Operates from both sides, just like a door knob.
  • Allows for either a left or right handed installation.
  • Easy to install, requiring only a single 3/4” round hole.
  • Intended for use on gates up to 5” thick (with standard key stock provided).

Latching with Hampton Thumb Latch – Flush Mount (4300)

  • Allows for either a left or right handed installation.
  • Easy to install, requiring only a single 3/4” round hole.
  • Maximum 1” gap between a gate and post.
  • Supplied with a short thumb bar for gates up to 3” thick and a long thumb bar for gates 3- 1/4” to 5” thick.

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Description
Hyde Park Gate Binder

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Single Gate

  • for openings up to 10’ wide.
  • for use on pedestrian and/or vehicular routes.

Double Gate

  • for openings up to 20’ wide.
  • possible configurations include 2 equal size gates or consider combining a smaller man-gate with a larger gate panel for easy pedestrian access.

 

Click here to view all Gate Configurations

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Central Eye Hardware (8312)

Central Eye Hardware

  • gate is hung between the posts.
  • a 4-1/2” to 5” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • easy lateral adjustment.
  • most common method of installation in the US and Canada.

Mounting with Rear Eye Hardware (8324)

  • gate is hung aligned with flush with the face of the posts and hardware is installed on the on the face of the posts.
  • a 1/2” to 1” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • gate will swing open 180 degrees.
  • easy lateral adjustment.

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Single Gate

  • for openings up to 10’ wide.
  • for use on pedestrian and/or vehicular routes.

Double Gate

  • for openings up to 20’ wide.
  • possible configurations include 2 equal size gates or consider combining a smaller man-gate with a larger gate panel for easy pedestrian access.

 

Click here to view all Gate Configurations

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Central Eye Hardware (8312)

Central Eye Hardware

  • gate is hung between the posts.
  • a 4-1/2” to 5” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • easy lateral adjustment.
  • most common method of installation in the US and Canada.

Mounting with Rear Eye Hardware (8324)

  • gate is hung aligned with flush with the face of the posts and hardware is installed on the on the face of the posts.
  • a 1/2” to 1” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • gate will swing open 180 degrees.
  • easy lateral adjustment.

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Single Gate

  • for openings up to 10’ wide.
  • for use on pedestrian and/or vehicular routes.

Double Gate

  • for openings up to 20’ wide.
  • possible configurations include 2 equal size gates or consider combining a smaller man-gate with a larger gate panel for easy pedestrian access.

 

Click here to view all Gate Configurations

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Central Eye Hardware (8312)

Central Eye Hardware

  • gate is hung between the posts.
  • a 4-1/2” to 5” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • easy lateral adjustment.
  • most common method of installation in the US and Canada.

Mounting with Rear Eye Hardware (8324)

  • gate is hung aligned with flush with the face of the posts and hardware is installed on the on the face of the posts.
  • a 1/2” to 1” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • gate will swing open 180 degrees.
  • easy lateral adjustment.

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Double Gates

  • only one configuration option.
  • gates can be built 5’, 6’ or 7’ wide.

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Rear Eye Hardware (8324)

  • gate is hung aligned with flush with the face of the posts and hardware is installed on the on the face of the posts.
  • a 1/2” to 1” space between the gate and the post is required.
  • gate will swing open 180 degrees.
  • easy lateral adjustment.

Latching with Slide Bolt Gate Latch (5002)

  • base plates are 1 1/2” wide by specified length.
  • bolts are 5/8” dia. rod.
  • easily mounts left or right handed.

Securing with Lockable Mammoth Cane Bolt (5000-01)

  • bolt is 7/8” dia. rod.
  • available in 36” length only.
  • can be locked with addition of a padlock (not included).

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Description
5’W and 5’W x 96”H Dumpster Gates
6’W and 6’W x 96”H Dumpster Gates
7’W and 7’W x 96”H Dumpster Gates

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Single Gate

  • for up to 10’ wide openings.
  • intended for pedestrian and/or vehicular access routes.

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Double Straps with Central Eye Hardware Sets (8312-E)

  • provides for heavy duty construction and maximum strength with easy adjustment.
  • our best hardware combination for larger field gates, rail gates and entrance gates.

Latching with Spring Gate Latch – Behind Post Mount (8326)

Spring Latch Gate

  • allows the gate to swing open a full 180 degree with a clear path (all hardware is out of the way).
  • 24” tall.
  • can be operated from horseback.
  • when closed properly, livestock can push on the gate with no chance of it accidentally opening.

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Description
Keel Gate Binder

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review your gate size and configuration

Single Gate

  • for up to 10’ wide openings.
  • intended for pedestrian and/or vehicular access routes.

STEP 4 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Double Straps with Central Eye Hardware Sets (8312-E)

  • provides for heavy duty construction and maximum strength with easy adjustment.
  • our best hardware combination for larger field gates, rail gates and entrance gates.

Latching with Spring Gate Latch – Behind Post Mount (8326)

Spring Latch Gate

  • allows the gate to swing open a full 180 degree with a clear path (all hardware is out of the way).
  • 24” tall.
  • can be operated from horseback.
  • when closed properly, livestock can push on the gate with no chance of it accidentally opening.

Step 5 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Description
Double V Gate Binder

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.

STEP 3 Review the recommended hardware

Mounting with Old-Fashioned Heavy Duty Hinges (8292)

  • 12” is the recommended length for this application.
  • Flush mounting is the most common method of installation. The hinge is mounted directly onto the face of the gate and post. We recommend a minimum 1/4” space be maintained between the gate and post to allow for expansion of the wood in changing seasons.

Latching with Twisted Ring Latch – Flush Mount (4149)

  • Operates from both sides, just like a door knob.
  • Allows for either a left or right handed installation.
  • Easy to install, requiring only a single 3/4” round hole.
  • Intended for use on gates up to 5” thick (with standard key stock provided).

Locking with Vertical Keypad Lateral Action Combination Dead Bolt Lock (BL2605)

Locking with Vertical Keypad Lateral Action Combination Dead Bolt Lock

  • Mechanical operation requires no power or batteries.
  • Off door recoding is simple.
  • Optional All-Weather Cover.
  • Suitable for interior and exterior applications.
  • Left- or right-hand installations.

Step 4 Select and download the plans, materials list and instructions

Description
New England Shed Plans

Step 6 Purchase lumber and lay your gate out as shown on the plans

Step 7 Build your gate and install

Please note, plans can be used as supplied or you can modify to meet your specific requirements.

Snug Cottage Hardware would love to see what you’ve built! Please send us pictures when your project is complete.