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DIY Barn Sliding Door Design

By: Kara from lifewithfingerprints.com
DIY Barn Sliding Door Design
DIY Barn Sliding Door Design
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No door? No problem! This DIY Barn Sliding Door Design is a modern, yet classic way to slide over the opening to any room. If you are looking for DIY living room ideas or office ideas, this tutorial will teach you how to hang a door that you are going to love for years to come. This is a twist on traditional door ideas, and you really will love the difference this hanging door makes. You can add a pop of color to make this really shine in your home and this project includes tips, instructions, and pictures to help you. 

Estimated Cost$31+

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Primary TechniqueWood Crafts

Easy

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These pretty and handsome barn door sliders are really trendy and I see them all the time in the current TV shows and home design magazines showing remodeling and home design! So,etikes pocket doors just will not work due to structural issues or the age of the home or wires in the walls, and this project really solves that issue. Great solution!

I have a loft in our house that has no sides so it cannot be considered a bedroom. I have been trying to find a way to enclose the sides on a temporary basis that does not look tacky. This could essentially make the loft into another bedroom on a temporary basis when the grand kids come over for the weekend!

This is incredible! I definitely want to make one of these in my house... just texted the wife that this is going to be our new weekend project. )

I absolutely adore how this looks. It seems like the perfect way of closing off an otherwise completely open area like a studio apartment or if your house's floor plan is too open.

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