Who would have thought that barns could inspire beautiful décor. These doors are inspired by the “country” look, or more specifically, barn doors!
Retractable barn doors look great with wood flooring ~ the huge barn doors really complement the floor.
Where are barn doors sourced? Some are built from scratch (use a skilled carpenter) for a specific installation but know that you will need to hire a competent carpenter to install the door as the installation can be tricky. Others can be sourced via the internet when searching interior barn doors.
Barn doors are also appropriate for dividing spaces, but the doors provide no acoustical privacy. These doors are not appropriate for separating interior from exterior spaces; barns have mice and critters, and these doors won’t keep them out.
Mounted on hardware placed outside the door frame, the sliding indoor barn door versions offer a decorative and functional alternative to standard swing and pocket doors.
Greet your guests half, or full heartily. These stable doors have two sections to swing open, horses not included!
A beautiful accent to any room with these carriage style double door sets.
In this photo, a country kitchen by Hutker Architects features custom designed double doors constructed from reclaimed barn wood and keeps true to the traditional barn door look with a Z-board design on the upper half of the doors, black hardware and ring shaped handles.
Small bathrooms rooms are frequently constructed with little room for a standard swing door. This style door is perfect for powder rooms placed in main living areas and solves the design quandary of how to hide the bathroom. The door adds a beautiful textural element.
And if your decor is more of a modern design, barn doors will work in your space too. This barn-like sliding door has frosted inserts to diffuse the view of the work area when not in use.
Barn Doors – a beautiful center piece for your home that is truly unique!