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February 8, 2015 By Beckie Leave a Comment One of the trends I’ve been trying to figure out how to incorporate into my own home is the sliding barn door. This pretty glass paneled door was the finishing touch of a master bathroom remodel by The Space Between.
When The Hunted Interior turned a former dining room into a bedroom, something was needed for privacy.
Instead of ripping out a wall to install a pocket door, The Minor Clan installed this modern barn door and shared the tutorial at The Lettered Cottage. Here’s a completely traditional barn door with a completely unexpected use:  in front of the pantry! This is an example of a widgeted area that you can place text to describe a particular product or service. I could do pocket French doors on the doorway that I’ll be building between the entryway and the music room. I definitely like the tubular kind better for my house because it has a cleaner, less industrial look.  So I priced them out for the size I would need.
So my search continued, and I finally came across this DIY rolling door from Crisp Interiors, featured in Country Living.

This is a galvanized malleable iron tee, and you can find it right there by the conduit and all of the fittings that go with conduit in the hardware store. Once I found my solution, I could not get in my car and drive to Home Depot fast enough to see for myself if my idea would work.  And I do believe it will. I considered this option for my house, but I had the same concern as above about the double sliding doors swinging out at the bottom, especially with small kids in the house.
I’ve looked at sooooo many pictures of sliding doors over the last few days, and the ones with glass are my favorite. You can also use other WordPress widgets such as recent posts, recent comments, a tag cloud or more.
LOL I am excited to see how this turns out and I love your idea of using doors you already have. I just wonder if the sound of the iron tees moving along the conduit wouldn’t be quite irritating. Carla THANK YOU so much for posting the link to the tutorial for a lightweight version of the sliding barn doors. Seems like you’d be able to just push on the doors when closed and they would swing., Love the look though!

I was also thinking about the bottom of the doors swinging out, and I think if you use fixed wheels (and not the kind that roll around) that are mounted so that they roll in only two directions (left and right), that will solve the problem.
Is there enough room on either side of the door or will the doors extend into the doorway when open? True I paid a good amount for the hanging hardware, but I got the doors for $50 each at auction, and they are 8 ft doors. I’ve been wanting to do this but the hardware was so expensive that I put idea aside thinking yeah one day. While Kristi is phenomenal in all that she does, her readers are just as phenomenal with their feedback.
I am so glad your creative sole has something to do while you wait for your supplies to finish the kitchen. LOL But you have a whole lot of people you don’t even know rooting for you every day!

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