Vintage Doors Mounted on Barn Door Hardware

vintage doors mounted on barn door hardware. This could be done in place of the french doors we have in our office. It would really save space and make the room more usable (think external pocket doors).

Sliding Barn Door Kits - possible for a back section that could be closed off for groups using the space to meet.

Barn door hardware in oil rubbed bronze, stainless steel, and black finishes. Sliding door hardware styles include box rail hardware, flat track hardware and tubular stainless steel. Our sliding barn door hardware kits are superior quality.

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Use to seperate the formal dining room from kitchen/formal living room. Decorating in small places, to save space install old doors on rollers. Vintage chic look and easy DIY project Works great for any size space too

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Patio Doors Created - Wood from a barn, and wrought iron fencing created the porch’s sliding doors. The doors slide on a new track, but the rollers are antique meat-hook wheels from a meatpacking plant.

layout for Chuck - back side of door

I removed the desk that was built in and built this barn door. Instead of paying a fortune for the hardware I went to our local Murdock's and purchase barn door hardware and painted it. The door is made of new Cedar that I rolled with Apple Cider Vinegar.

Amerock BP176C-AE  Antique English Pull with Backplate - http://moreknobsforless.com/amerock-bp176c-ae-antique-english-pull-with-backplate/

Amerock Allison Value Hardware 3 Inch Center to Center Bar Cabinet Pull Antique Brass Cabinet Hardware Pulls Bar

"Antique" Backplate

Lorraine Passage Door Set With Round-Glass Knobs in Oil-Rubbed Bronze

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