Our Barn Doors

Our barn door builds date back to our first whole home renovation project back in 2015. I've mentioned this before, but we love barn doors because:

1. Without door swing, they are space saving

2. They can become a focal point or at a minimum, a conversation point for your room

If there is a negative, here's what we would say:

1. With the expense of the hanging hardware, barn doors aren't super cheap

2. If a goal is to create privacy, you may get a little, but we haven't developed barn doors with a locking system. Consider the lack of a privacy lock in spaces like bedrooms or bathrooms.

Today, I wanted to showcase all of the barn doors we've built and hung in our last three home renovations:

1. 2017 Barn door leading into Lauren's bedroom. Color: Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze, Construction Method: 3/4 inch tongue and groove pine

1. 2016 Barn door leading into Brookes's bedroom. Color: Benjamin Moore Décor White, Construction Method: Faux shiplap with plywood and beadboard

1. 2017 Barn door leading into the kitchen pantry. Color: Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze, Construction Method: 3/4 inch tongue and groove pine

1. 2017 Barn door leading into the master bathroom. Color: color matched the trim, Construction Method: 1/4 inch tongue and groove pine

1. 2016 Barn door leading into the kitchen pantry. Color: Dark Walnut, Construction Method: 1/4 inch tongue and groove pine

1. 2017 Ladd Park barn door for a client. Color: Sherwin Williams Alabaster, Construction Method: 3/4 inch tongue and groove pine. The biggest door that we have built to date, at a whopping 55.5 inches!

1. 2015 Barn door in our first kitchen renovation for the pantry. Color: Sherwin Williams Urbane Bronze, Construction Method: Exterior siding. Jason's dad gets the credit for this build (Thanks again Pops)!

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