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April 25, 2012 by The Accent Piece 133 Comments If you missed the first part, you can find it here.
Hold it up to the door so you know how far to drill your hole.  Since the hanger will sit flush against the door, there needs to be a hole for the bolt to sit in.
Then attach the rolling part to the hanging part.  I know, these technical terms can be overwhelming. Now the hanger part fits flush against the top of the door since you drilled a hole for the bolt to slide in to. Now that the hardware is installed on the door, you can install the box rail to the wall.  Find your studs (insert cliche joke about my stud being on the left in the picture below) and mark every stud.
Oh my goodness… Hanging it was more complicated than making it but the results are amazing. I think it would look really good and work well to mill in both sides about half an inch or so and find inset plates for a door grab!


Just google “sailboat hardware recessed” and you will find exactly what you need!
Ironically Ive been thinking about installing a sliding door on our bedroom for a while, and if I can make it look good enough (with my limited woodworking skills;) then I might move on to other doors. We bought a house with far more bedrooms than we needed, but it didn’t have an accessible office. I used premium grade pine (1×2) to create a frame around the entire door to hide unfinished edges, and then created a farm style design on top of the planks using a wider pine board. My husband is very traditional and automatically thought we would be putting double french doors in – I had a different vision.
Nate and Michelle from DECOR and the DOG, came up with an easy and affordable way to add Board and Batten to their home.
If that doesn’t work, we are thinking about drilling a small hole (but big enough to slide it with a couple fingers).


Tell J that I wish some of his handy helperness would rub off on my J that is NOT into handy helperness! I wasn’t happy with the second finish and sanded down the whole thing and started all over. Take a seat and cruise on over to her blog for this makeover, and her well behaved kitties. I was planning on trying to rig something up myself with random metal pipes and bars, because the prices I was seeing were just way to high.
We have this opening between our bedroom and “sink nook” that I really want to add a sliding door to, and now I can thanks!




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