When selling your home, you can choose to sell what stays in your baby gate. If you want a gate that is both stylish and functional, there are many styles available. Choose from art deco baby gates or classic plastic models. You can even get a gate with a child’s name on it. After all, the baby will have plenty of opportunities to practice reciting words. Listed below are some options you can choose from. four panel fire place gate
Art Deco baby gate options
Before putting your house up for sale, consider your options for an Art Deco baby gate. Summer Infant’s gate is a classic example. It swings open and closes, and is easy to lock and unlock. The design is very sleek and art deco, but it can be pricier than other options. Its price is based on the amount of material it is made from, but the sturdy construction ensures durability.
The Summer Multi-Use Decorative Extra Tall Walk-Thru Baby Gate is a decorative choice. This gate is made from a combination of wood and metal and comes with a 6-inch extension kit. The gate is pressure-mounted, which keeps the wall free of holes, and it has a dual-direction swinging door for convenience. This gate is sturdy and decorative, and comes with an automatic-close feature for your peace of mind.
Plastic baby gate options
There are many plastic baby gate options available for your home. If you are reselling your home, you may want to consider the pressure-mounted gates. These gates usually cost $70 and come in white, brown, or black. Many of them feature a unique locking mechanism that took adults 5 tries to master. To open or close the gate, you need to press down on both latch tabs and pull up on the gate. This can be a difficult task for some parents.