Barndoors are all the craze, but you don’t have to live in the country or have a barn to incorporate this design into your home.
I found 23 doors online that will get your creative juices flowing and help you create your own personalized sliding barndoor.
Barndoor or farmhouse doors are showing up in just about any design concept from country to cottage to modern. In fact, barn doors are being incorporated into furniture, closet doors, pantry doors, TV concealers and are even being used on fireplaces. The sky’s the limit.
One of the biggest benefits is it’s a great space saver. Most doors need about 9 feet or more to swing open. Sliding doors is a great concept for smaller homes, especially with the new Tiny Homes. Size does matter. Smaller homes need all the space they can get.
23 Beautiful & Creative Barndoor Ideas you can use for your Home
Sliding screen doors — Great space saver
Classic Barndoor — Adds warmth & Charm
Reclaimed French doors — Take off the hinges and put on the sliders
Modern & Sleek — Nothing “barn” about this
Simply white barndoor — Clean and Crisp
Vintage — Bring in the old-world charm
TV Concealer — Tuck it away when you’re not watching it
Barndoor for Fire Place — Who would have thought?
Glass doors — Just add the hardware for a modern look
This is one of my FAVORITE doors
Pretty & Clean Painted door
Pantry door — Crusty & Rusty
Laundry Room Barndoor – Makes doing laundry a little more fun
Headboard — What’s behind door #1?
Chalk Board Barndoor — Message board for family
Contemporary fun — Create your own design with metal & wood
Screen front door — Great idea
Shiplap – It’s not just for walls
There are tons of hardware to select from.
Hope you were inspired and found something that works in your house!
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