Sliding Barn Door Kit Hardware

May 25th

Sliding barn door kit hardware, along with the barn doors, doesn’t have to be for barns anymore. Today, barn doors on domestic living spaces are becoming extremely popular due to the aesthetic design and their space saving features. Instead of needing extra space to open a traditional door, barn doors can slide back and forth, eliminating the need for a large space. Barn doors for indoor purposes can also create a very unique rustic look that can enhance the ambience of any room. There are several types of barn doors and hardware that can work with the design you want to create, including modern and industrial hardware. All hardware packages come with mounting instructions, so you can get it right the first time.

Vintage Sliding Barn Door Kit Hardware
Vintage Sliding Barn Door Kit Hardware

Bypass sliding barn door kit hardware. This is perhaps the most interesting look for our hardware. Using the bypass system, you can actually stack up to three doors to slide in back of or in front of each other to save even more space. Applications for this type of system can range from room separations to covering wide or unusually shaped doorways that would normally require a custom built door. Besides the unique applications, you also get a variety in hardware finishes, including dark bronze, weatherized rust, stainless steel, flat black as well as several others.

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Industrial sliding barn door kit hardware. Standard or stainless steel hardware is available for this type of sliding barn doors. They are sturdier, making them perfect for heavier doors such as glass, wood or metal, and can hold doors that weigh up to 500 pounds. Industrial doors, from around the turn of the 20th century, have use this flat track style of hardware, and are now being used in a more domestic application. They can be used in either interior or exterior applications, creating a very clean and modern look.