Friday, May 21, 2010

Sliding Barn Doors Used Inside

This is probably about the 4th time I've featured sliding barn doors used as an interior feature. I always stop to look at photos of them when I'm browsing blogs. I forgot to make a note of the source of this photo for these new doors that maintained the look of their barn/carriage house origins. It's a lovely Friday morning so far. I'd better get my outside work done early because I think it's going to be quite warm. Have a great weekend, Rosemary.



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7 comments:

clustres said...

I always have loved this type of sliding doors! Thanks!

Melanie Kissell said...

Whenever I have the joy of owning my own home, I'm definitely going to find a way to incorporate sliding barn doors in my interior design!

They're so pleasing to my eyes and I love the notion of recycling objects and fixtures - the more eclectic, the better!

Hope you continue to come across some more of these doors, Rosemary!

Melanie

Kim said...

We put interior barn doors throughout our new old fashioned farmhouse. We love them!

Kelly said...

We've got barn doors in our basement to enclose all the "clutter". Take a look: http://www.woodstarproducts.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=27

Alisa said...

I need a door like this to close my home office/yoga studio away from the living room. Any ideas on how to get the best deal and quality? I'm in Phoenix.
Thanks.

Niamh King said...

Hi, there apart from loving the look of barn doors, I was hoping to use them as a comprimise. I hate open plan and my husband loves it so I thought this would give us the choice - are there any pro's or cons to barn doors - we are building a new house currently . thanks

Content in a Cottage said...

Niamh....

If you are building from scratch, you should use pocket doors which are invisible and free up the walls for artwork and furniture placement. I wouldn't put barn doors all over the place, but maybe one set would be nice.

Good luck. I adore pocket doors. You can't put them in after the fact and that's why barn doors have become so popular.