Sliding barn doors are an exceptional way to customize any space within your home. Not only are they incredibly versatile and easy to install, they have a unique style and flair that can work well with any interior design.
Most homeowners don’t realize how much space a traditional swinging door needs in order to be fully functional. Swinging doors can block walkways, reduce space for storage and decoration, and even damage adjoining walls with their knobs unless a doorstop is used.
Sliding barn doors require next to no floor space, providing you with increased opportunity to arrange furniture and décor however you wish. This is especially useful in smaller spaces where floor space is precious, but wall space is plentiful.
Due to their sheer uniqueness, barn doors have a certain style about them that translates well in any room no matter what material, color, or size you choose. Plus, your sliding barn door has the versatility to be the centerpiece of a room or fade seamlessly into the background—the choice is completely yours.
Whether you prefer the traditionally rustic barn door, a more modern, metallic take, or a glass-paned French door style, there is a sliding barn door for every taste and every furnishing layout.
In addition to your choice of material, finish, style, and color, your custom sliding barn door can also be built with a variety of glass panes. Whether single door or French door style, you can customize your sliding barn door with multiple styles of glass panes that range from nearly opaque to completely translucent. Different areas of a home call for different types of glass doors, and you won’t have to settle for anything less than just right.
The addition of plentiful natural light is one of the key ways to make a room feel more comfortable, open, and expansive. A sliding barn door can help to keep that natural light flowing from the outside in, or even just between rooms, without sacrificing that sense of privacy between spaces.
Installing a traditional door can be time-consuming and complex, especially since they need to fit the specific measurements of the doorway. Depending on your preferences, your sliding barn door can align with the general measurements of your doorway or expand beyond it, providing a sense of elongation and expansion for your space.
Though a professional can install barn door hardware quickly and easily, the process is straightforward enough for any homeowner to do it themselves. Plus, changing out doors is easy to do once the hardware is installed.