Sliding Barn Door Designs And Ideas For The Home
Love a rustic look? Get inspired by these sliding barn door designs and ideas for the home, along with some awesome tutorials!
A large wooden barn door, the top half divided into window panes. This allows the light from the dining room to pour through into the adjacent room, while still allowing the door to close off the space.
If you don’t like the look of one very large door, or don’t have the wall space next to it to accommodate such a large door, adding two sliding doors can give your space the same effect as French doors without taking up the same floor space.
A small splash of color, like on this pale blue barn door, can make a barn door the beautiful focal point of any modern or contemporary space.
The exotic mosaic of these doors is in wood, and is creating using varying wood grain patterns, species, and colors. This is a perfect addition to a modern, minimalist, or Asian style home.
While much of the furniture in this master bedroom is contemporary, the wooden ceiling and rustic sliding barn door adds rustic flavor. The orb-like light fixture is another great touch.
Using different sources of wood to create a sliding barn door results in a door with surprising contrast and texture.
Simple light wood barn doors can be used in place of closet doors in an entry hall as well. The vertical boards add length to the space, and chunky black hardware adds industrial flair.
This incredible “barn” door may not be entirely made out of wood, but the sliding hardware allows it to serve the same function as more traditional examples of the style. This door is outfitted with lovely carvings and places to hang coats. The door can be slid in front of the laundry room to hide any messes.
A single rustic sliding barn door may not cover all of this kitchen’s shelving, but it does cover one side or another depending on which side is in use.