Cool Magnetic Sliding Door.Contemporary Kids, San Diego

Shelley Gardea Photography © 2012 Houzz

Inspiration for a contemporary kids' room remodel in San Diego with yellow walls —  Houzz
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Shan wrote:Jul 16, 2012
slkoch wrote:Apr 3, 2013
  • nonee nonee

    who makes that floor slider for the barn door?

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    Rustica Hardware

    We have a variety of floor guides available for sliding doors. You can find them here:

    Click on the drop-down arrow next to "Door Guides" and you'll see what we have to offer. The one in the original image above looks like it might be our Wall Mount Double Roller.

cathyo56 wrote:Jan 11, 2014
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    Post Frame Accessories
    The magnetic aspect of the door likely comes from the door being made of steel or another magnetic metal. We offer sliding door hardware that can be used with nearly any door so if you found a magnetic door, all you would need is the track and trolley hardware.
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    ETO Doors

    If you need Solid, Contemporary, Fiberglass, Interior, Entry, or Traditional doors, go to or call (888)Door ETO.

ursulagiesen wrote:Jun 17, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Yellow Rain Coat is a similar color.
  • laurarichardet
    What is this door made of? Is it all medal? Want a magnetic sliding door to display kids projects just like this.
Tracey Hudson_Solari wrote:Apr 24, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your October Home ChecklistAug 28, 2014

11. Start an art wall for all of those school projects. Corral those stacks of paper coming home from school with a dedicated space for display. A large bulletin board or magnet board makes hanging art and papers easy. Or you could try art wire with bulldog clips, or simply tape art to the wall with colorful masking tape.12. Start planning or making holiday gifts. I know it seems like the holidays are still a long way off, but that’s exactly why it’s smart to start thinking about gifts now. Especially if you have hopes of making anything by hand! At the very least, start a gift list that you can add to as you think up ideas.

The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to Barn Doors Slide Into StyleMar 13, 2012

This slider does double duty as a door and a makeshift gallery for children's art. If you install a metal door, a few magnets are all you need to use your door as a display space.Find more ways to display your child's artwork

Shelley Gardea - Flea Market Sunday added this to My Houzz: Cheerful, Eclectic Modern Beach HouseFeb 21, 2012

A sliding door serves as both a divider between Urmilla and Keegan's rooms and a place to showcase the kids' artwork.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Heidi Garcia added this to Family Room / Play RoomJul 25, 2019

Gallery art wall. Would consider colored walls in this room.

Bronte Dickson added this to crecheJan 23, 2019

could have magnetic bit somewhere on wall with those magnetic letters to move about etc.. Yes that's really good idea!

Richard Chow added this to EntryDec 21, 2018

Magnetic door would allow us to attach pictures, etc...

Exeter Paint Benjamin Moore & California Paint added this to YellowNov 15, 2018

Yellow Rain Coat 2020-40 | Benjamin Moore

Eubank Design Concepts added this to IdeasSep 17, 2018

Looks like door is secured at the floor so it doesn't swing but I think a solid door would work, not sure about writing on clear class

Claire Twomey added this to my home idealsSep 15, 2018

love the sliding door that has play room behind into child's bedroom

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