#woodworkingplans #woodworking #woodworkingprojects 10 minute diy baby pet gate, diy, fences, painted furniture, woodworking projects

#woodworkingplans #woodworking #woodworkingprojects 10 minute diy baby pet gate, diy, fences, painted furniture, woodworking projects

Made my own dog gate using half an old door with the glass traded for fencing!

Made my own dog gate using half an old door with the glass traded for fencing!

Use tension rods instead of buying gates for pets_can use for other things later after not needing for pets anymore.

24 Insanely Awesome Ways to Use Tension Rods in Your Home

Use tension rods instead of buying gates for pets_can use for other things later after not needing for pets anymore.

How I made a 10 Minute DIY Baby/Pet Gate for hardly nothing! So cheap and looks way better than the store bought baby gates. We were even able to make a french door style for my main floor.

10 Minute DIY Baby/Pet Gate

How I made a 10 Minute DIY Baby/Pet Gate for hardly nothing! So cheap and looks way better than the store bought baby gates. We were even able to make a french door style for my main floor.

Wow, if you need to gate off your dog occasionally this is the way to do it!

Wow, if you need to gate off your dog occasionally this is the way to do it!

DIY Baby/Dog gate My husband did it again! We saw a lot of pins for baby gates and he came up with this creation out of some scrap wood we had in our garage

DIY Baby/Dog gate My husband did it again! We saw a lot of pins for baby gates and he came up with this creation out of some scrap wood we had in our garage

gates Use them to keep your dogs in or out of a room -- looks so much better than a baby gate!  Lowes has them in different widths and heights :)  Great idea!

gates Use them to keep your dogs in or out of a room -- looks so much better than a baby gate! Lowes has them in different widths and heights :) Great idea!

There are a lot of really great advantages to working with a cabinet builder. One of the biggest is customization. In many ways, the sky is the limit. (Assuming you can afford it.) In our case, our…

A hidden doggie gate

There are a lot of really great advantages to working with a cabinet builder. One of the biggest is customization. In many ways, the sky is the limit. (Assuming you can afford it.) In our case, our…

Baby gate, barn style http://dogcoachinggenius.com/category/dog-training-tips/

12 Barn Door Projects that Will Make You Want to Remodel

Baby gate, barn style http://dogcoachinggenius.com/category/dog-training-tips/

My 4 yr old  Australian Shepard decided to start jumping the baby gate that she had used since she was a puppy. So we built a new 48 in. gate from two wall hangings that I purchased at hobby lobby and framed them in with pine boards, metal straps and bolts. I am going to paint the trim the same color as the laundry room once i decide on colors. I love it. Much nicer than the 30 dollar baby gate we had.

My 4 yr old Australian Shepard decided to start jumping the baby gate that she had used since she was a puppy. So we built a new 48 in. gate from two wall hangings that I purchased at hobby lobby and framed them in with pine boards, metal straps and bolts. I am going to paint the trim the same color as the laundry room once i decide on colors. I love it. Much nicer than the 30 dollar baby gate we had.

DIY Standing Dog Gate! Why spend 120$ when you can spend 25$? All you need is: 2x2' panels of lattice, two 1x4s (cut to 2') per panel, 1 1/2" nails, 2 hinges per joint, and gorilla glue (or a drill). I made two pieces, versus one long one with 4 panels, for my 63" opening so I can split them up and use them elsewhere if needed. 3 panels would be large and stable enough for most archways. Sanding is suggested to avoid splinters. The gate can easily be painted or stained to fit right in!

DIY Standing Dog Gate! Why spend 120$ when you can spend 25$? All you need is: 2x2' panels of lattice, two 1x4s (cut to 2') per panel, 1 1/2" nails, 2 hinges per joint, and gorilla glue (or a drill). I made two pieces, versus one long one with 4 panels, for my 63" opening so I can split them up and use them elsewhere if needed. 3 panels would be large and stable enough for most archways. Sanding is suggested to avoid splinters. The gate can easily be painted or stained to fit right in!

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