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Modern Sliding Barn Doors

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Stylish sliding doors have flair to spare. From rustic to polished, they give rooms a dramatic and distinctive look.

Bedroom sliding door into bathroom.

Sliding Doors

Barn door-style sliding door.

Sunny Slider

Turn a traditional barn door into a high-impact accent. A bold color creates a designer focal point between the kitchen and dining room.

Tile-covered sliding door.

Structured Splendor

Give a plain, flat-panel door prominence with adhesive tiles that look like polished concrete. Use a pair of doors to define a media area.

Horizontal-plank sliding doors

Stately Screen

Create a statement with slatted doors. Rich mahogany stain brings out the natural wood grain. Choose one or a pair to slide an office closet out of sight.

Painted five-panel sliding door

Polished Panels

Classic yet contemporary, an elegant five-panel door (painted in Waterfront, #ar1324) is perfect for moving from mudroom to living area.

Weathered plank sliding door.

Weathered Wonder

Disguise clunky workout equipment or a cluttered closet with wood sliders. This rustic effect is easily obtained with painted siding fastened to a flat-panel door.

Chalk paint sliding door to pantry.

Moveable Chalkboard

Erase a packed pantry with a door you can redecorate on a whim using chalk. Customize a sliding pantry door with DIY art, a calendar, or to-do lists.

Sliding door hardware on a ledger board.

Hang Hardware Safely

Instead of fastening the barn door rail to drywall, first screw a ledger board to the wall studs for a sturdier mounting surface that allows the hanging door to clear the door frame. Purchase a door that’s as tall as the opening height (or opening plus trim) and 2 inches wider than the door frame to cover the entire opening.

Handle screwed to a sliding door.

Pick a Practical Handle

Match the outside handle with the style of the door. Choose one that lets you easily control the weight and motion of the door as it slides.

Recessed flush cup handle

Make a Door Easier to Open

For a door that separates two rooms, the inside handle can be tricky. Install a recessed cup or use the door architecture as a handhold.