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Barn Doors For Bathroom

Barn Doors For Bathroom

Barn Door Barn Door This barn door separates the master bathroom from the bedroom in this renovated home. Sliding Barn Doors Sliding Barn Doors This living area features a ton of storage hidden behind custom barn doors. This unique feature adds character to this basement space. Barn Door Upgrade Barn Door Upgrade A sliding barn door featuring scrap pine wood in a herringbone pattern adds style to this bedroom’s far wall. Wood Sliding Barn Door Wood Sliding Barn Door The beautiful grain of this barn door is highlighted against crisp white cabinets and a pale gray wall. White Sliding Barn Door White Sliding Barn Door Sliding barn doors painted white are a refreshing nod to this home’s farmhouse roots as well as a handy way to make flexible room dividers. Distressed Sliding Barn Door Distressed Sliding Barn Door This sliding barn door is the perfect addition for a rustic design. The distressed look gives it a very natural feel while the sliding mechanism makes it easy and functional. Yellow walls brighten the space and a marble floor adds a polished finish. Barn Door in White Bathroom Barn Door in White Bathroom A sliding barn door makes a fun rustic punctuation in the center of this bathroom’s fresh white palette. Contemporary Glass Sliding Barn Door Contemporary Glass Sliding Barn Door The barn door just got a chic upgrade. This opaque glass version offers privacy in the dining room when needed and still filters light through. Laundry Room With Barn Door Laundry Room With Barn Door Dark, stained wood cabinets offer plenty of storage space for detergent and supplies. A sliding barn door makes entering and exiting with a laundry basket full of clothes much easier. Blue Barn Door and Bathroom Blue Barn Door and Bathroom Turquoise blue and a barn-style door is a fun surprise for the entrance to this bathroom. Weathered Sliding Bathroom Barn Door Weathered Sliding Bathroom Barn Door To save space, install a sliding barn door. Although McNeal Walker Interiors had to purchase the sliding door system, the door was a freebie, found on the side of the road in Atlanta and repurposed for a rustic, space-saving entry to this guest bathroom. Custom Barn Door Bathroom Mirror Custom Barn Door Bathroom Mirror Designer Kim Lewis added the large 9′ window to the space to make the bathroom that much brighter. To keep from covering it up with a traditional mirror, Lewis used a barn door track, providing flexibility in placement, so it never hinders the view of the incredible Southern California landscape just outside. Bathroom Barn Doors With Copper Panels Bathroom Barn Doors With Copper Panels Kim Lewis Designs designed bathroom barn doors built out of Parasoleil copper panels. Hardware was purchased at Rustica Hardware. White Closet With Barn Doors White Closet With Barn Doors The master bedroom incorporates an ingenious barn door closet system. Drawers and cabinets provide storage in the center of the wall for folded clothes and accessories. Slide the barn doors over to reveal hanging room. Butler’s Pantry With Barn Doors Butler’s Pantry With Barn Doors A sliding barn door with a metal track opens up to a butler’s pantry with a wine rack. Sliding doors seamlessly conceal the pantry without interfering like a traditional hinge door would. Desk and Black Barn Doors Desk and Black Barn Doors A barn door-style sliding door either opens up this workspace to the home’s expansive forest views or closes it off when more privacy is desired. Grilling Station With Sliding Barn Doors Grilling Station With Sliding Barn Doors A pair of sliding doors open to expose a great outdoor grilling station in this gorgeous white farmhouse. Brooklyn Lego Sculpture Studio Sliding Barn Door Brooklyn Lego Sculpture Studio Sliding Barn Door An old door was revived and repurposed into a sliding barn door for the storage closet.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

DAYORIS Doors / Panels 3. What look are you going for?Many love the rustic romance of a weathered wood barn door. Others are attracted to the 007 spy aesthetic of an etched glass slider. Whatever your style preference, make sure that your barn door adds to the overall appeal instead of detracting from it. Choose a barn door material that harmonizes with your home. A stainless steel version in a Zen retreat could be the opposite of relaxing, whereas a reclaimed Balinese temple door would bring a soulful ambience. The chalkboard barn doors shown here are a fantastic way to add a relaxed appeal to a family home.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

The traditional barn door was deemed a complete misfit in the urbane city setting where it not only felt out of place, but also less than useful. In the case of the bathroom, there is the added annoyance of the sliding barn door leaving out a gap or two that many of us find jarringly uncomfortable. But soon interior designers decided to turn this perception on its head by adding those heavy wooden sliding barn doors to modern homes. Bringing an entirely new texture to a space dominated by stone and concrete, the woodsy barn door offers a breath of unmitigated freshness.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

The Brooklyn Home Company 2. What are you trying to cover up?I’ve done more than a few barn doors in my day, and what works for some people definitely won’t work for others. Take, for instance, the bathroom barn door. Keep in mind that a barn door does not lie flush with the door opening (in nearly all instances). A barn door essentially hovers over the opening on the exterior track. It covers the opening completely but does not seal the opening the way a typical door does, and depending on the type of track you choose, there can be a small gap between the door and the drywall. If you prefer privacy, especially when using the restroom, ensuring that you get the best possible contact between door frame and door is essential.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

2. What are you trying to cover up?I’ve done more than a few barn doors in my day, and what works for some people definitely won’t work for others. Take, for instance, the bathroom barn door. Keep in mind that a barn door does not lie flush with the door opening (in nearly all instances). A barn door essentially hovers over the opening on the exterior track. It covers the opening completely but does not seal the opening the way a typical door does, and depending on the type of track you choose, there can be a small gap between the door and the drywall. If you prefer privacy, especially when using the restroom, ensuring that you get the best possible contact between door frame and door is essential.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

3. What look are you going for?Many love the rustic romance of a weathered wood barn door. Others are attracted to the 007 spy aesthetic of an etched glass slider. Whatever your style preference, make sure that your barn door adds to the overall appeal instead of detracting from it. Choose a barn door material that harmonizes with your home. A stainless steel version in a Zen retreat could be the opposite of relaxing, whereas a reclaimed Balinese temple door would bring a soulful ambience. The chalkboard barn doors shown here are a fantastic way to add a relaxed appeal to a family home.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

As we alluded to earlier, you need not completely switch over to a more rustic style if you want to use a barn door for your bathroom. In fact, a contemporary backdrop lets the country life-inspired addition become an instant focal point that gets loads of attention. But for those still uncomfortable with large barn doors in reclaimed wood, modern alternatives in lighter tones of wood get the job done with a more refined panache. You can even paint the door white if you want it to seamlessly disappear into the neutral backdrop. Another vivacious option is to use bright accent hues for the barn door, which surely promises to enliven that old, drab bathroom.
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Barn Doors For Bathroom

Ah, the barn door. It seems nothing has captured homeowners’ imaginations as much as a rolling door system since French doors came onto the scene. Made of nearly any material you can think of, barn doors can add character and style to any space. Whether you go rustic with wrought iron or streamlined with steel, the hardware options are also seemingly endless. But before you go picking out the pieces, there are a number of things you should think about — from privacy concerns to the load-bearing capability of the door frame you’re covering. Here are five questions to ask before installing a barn door.
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Avonlea Homes 5. Is this a long-term love affair?Barn doors are a beautiful alternative to the traditional hinged room closure. While they are lauded as space savers because they do not require a specific radius for opening and closure, they do take up significant wall space — both open and closed. Prepping for a barn door installation isn’t without a few sacrifices, either. The track requires a lot of holes in the wall, and an investment (in both time and money) would be involved in restoring the opening to a standard door closure should you need or want to down the road. While design is ever-changing, your doors are a bit more long-term. Know that installation of a sliding door system is something you will likely live with for a long time to come, so make your door selections with that in mind. More: Make Your Own Barn-Style Door — in Any Size You Need

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