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Kitchen pantry - beach style dark wood floor kitchen pantry idea in Other —  Houzz
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Amanda Kugler wrote:March 11, 2016
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    Green Brick Builders
    @Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group - Thank you very much for taking the time to answer my question. You're very gracious and I'm very appreciative.
  • Carolyn Lyell

    Where can I purchase this door?

reddogggeraldjones wrote:October 18, 2015
Sharon Paul wrote:February 12, 2016
  • Ashley Turns

    I just love the blue color of this barn door. My husband and I are looking to replace our pantry door during the remodel, and I am looking for the perfect color to use. We will definitely have to replace our old one with one that is this color since it will match our cabinets perfectly. https://www.fischerwindow.com/door-replacement/ 

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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group
    Hello, Ashley
    - thank you for your interest! The color is “Silver Fox” from Valspar. Its a keeper!
    Cheers,
    Marty
yvettefarrugia wrote:September 7, 2015
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    ETO Doors

    If you need solid wood doors go to www.etodoors.com or call (888)Door ETO.

  • hanamank

    Marty Rhein what do you mean by mixing the tile up to minimize obvious hi-def pattern. what is hi-def pattern means? thank you.


snmnj wrote:July 26, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hi, and thanks for your interest! We actually re-purposed the existing (hinged) pantry door with trim around the perimeter to hide the hinge plate recesses and added a large door handle with matching front and back plates to hide the door knob cut out. Here's a similar door from Home Depot by JELD-WEN
    Model # THDJW137100047
    Internet # 203618119

    The barn door hardware is the "Prop Barn Door Hardware" - you can find it at: http://www.realslidinghardware.com/barn-door-hardware-kits/ - you'll also note there are many other track designs to consider.

    The color is Silver Fox from Valspar.


    Hope this info helps - Best wishes on your pantry remodel!

    Marty

  • snmnj

    thanks so much

Veronica Layne wrote:January 18, 2016
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hello veronicalayne and thank you for your interest in our designs!

    The dimensions to this pantry are approximately 5 feet (side to side) x 5 1/2 feet (front to back).

    Cheers,

    Marty

  • sidbaby

    very nice can you order this for me

Jonathan wrote:November 18, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hello, mitcjtx -

    Thank you so much for your kind words and interest in our design! This barn door was "re-"created with the existing hinged door. I added 3/4" back-band trim to cover the old hinge plates recesses and hardware cut-outs to the standard 2'-8" wide x 6'-8' high door. The finished dimensions then were approximately 33 1/2" w x 81 1/2"h - hope this helps you with your door design!

    Cheers,

    Marty

  • Jonathan

    That helps. Thanks for the reply!

lbl756 wrote:September 4, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hello lbl756!

    Thanks for your interest. Not sure of an exact barn door hardware store in LA but you could check out - "Prop Barn Door Hardware" - click: http://www.realslidinghardware.com/barn-door-hardware-kits/ - note there are many other track designs to consider that may provide you with just the right look you're seeking. Hope this helps!

    Cheers,

    Marty

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    Dogberry Collections


    Zig Zag Barn Door by Dogberry Collections · More Info

    We offer a huge variety of barn doors and the hardware to go with it. You can purchase our stuff right here on Houzz! http://www.houzz.com/photos/users/dogberrycollections

    All of our doors are made from solid knotty alder and ship fully assembled ready to hang. Let us know if you have any questions or have something custom in mind. Email us at customerservice@dogberrycollections.com

ccasey53 wrote:June 11, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hello and thank you for your interest in our pantry design! The barn door hardware is the "Prop Barn Door Hardware" - you can find it at: http://www.realslidinghardware.com/barn-door-hardware-kits/ - you'll also note there are many other track designs to consider.
    Best wishes on your pantry remodel!
    Marty


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    Basin Custom

    We also sell barn door hardware if you are looking for any other options. Our tracks are very high quality and have many unique features that make our tracks a great choice! Our tracks have an anti-jump piece to keep your tracks in place and a soft stopper at the end so your door isn't slamming into a piece of metal at the end of the track. Our wheels are specially designed to be completely silent and smooth! We can customize you track length and color to fit your needs and are happy to answer any questions you have! email or visit our website! info@basincustom.com, http://www.basincustom.com

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deeard wrote:May 26, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hi - thank you for your interest! The color is Silver Fox from Valspar. Its a keeper!
    Cheers,
    Marty


  • deeard
    Thanks so much! Just Beautiful....
Janel Brown wrote:April 16, 2018
Rosemarie Ball wrote:July 27, 2016
  • Rosemarie Ball
    this is the bedroom door that I want to make into a farm door
Jennifer Chmilar wrote:February 13, 2016
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hello, Jennifer Chmilar -

    Thank you for your interest in our designs! To answer your question - a little of both. The hallway had multiple doors with the same head casing design and we decided to continue that visual line down the hallway. Next, the 1x material allows for additional support for the track mounting brackets versus atop drywall alone. Further, it enables the door to project beyond and slide past the wainscot as well. Hope this helps you with your barn door!

    Cheers,

    Marty

Asecension Designs wrote:October 27, 2015
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snmnj wrote:July 26, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hi Skyler - not sure if you saw the response to a similar request - just in case:

    We
    actually re-purposed the existing (hinged) pantry door with trim around
    the perimeter to hide the hinge plate recesses and added a large door
    handle with matching front and back plates to hide the door knob cut
    out. Here's a similar door from Home Depot by JELD-WEN
    Model # THDJW137100047
    Internet # 203618119

    The barn door hardware is the "Prop Barn Door Hardware" - you can find it at: http://www.realslidinghardware.com/barn-door-hardware-kits/ - you'll also note there are many other track designs to consider.

    The color is Silver Fox from Valspar.


    Hope this info helps - Best wishes on your pantry remodel!

    Marty

robynroth2003 wrote:June 20, 2015
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    Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group

    Hello, robynroth2003 -

    Thanks for your interesting inquiry on glass doors. Not sure what the "budget" is you're working with so I'll give you a few options. (These "suggestions" should work in LA or where ever your project finds you.)

    First, when I'm asked about custom glass - the first person who comes to mind is my "go-to" local glass craftsman/artist - Guido Goldkuhle! Check out his amazing custom glass doors/inserts at: http://www.kuhldoors.com/ - I believe he will ship his doors across the country for a reasonable fee. Please confirm with him.

    Next, if you're seeking to have the custom glass look but need to work within a leaner budget find a good local glass craftsman (glazier) and a trim carpenter (if not yourself) to alter a standard interior door style from a home center (or a re-purposed used door as I did here) to fit your decor. The glazier can cut and insert a frosted or textured glass door to whatever size you make the cut out. (NOTE: consider tempered glass if the cut out is of considerable size.)

    Finally, check out http://www.ebay.com/bhp/interior-glass-doors - there are a number of sizes and interesting styles to choose from there too. Trick is to bid appropriately and/or buy it before its gone... =)

    Hardware? Please see: http://www.realslidinghardware.com/barn-door-hardware-kits/ and the Emtek Appliance pull and push plates is the: http://emtek.com/Door-Pulls/brass-wilshire-pull paired with a: http://emtek.com/Door-Pulls/brass-knoxville-pull-plate - both in Oiled Rubbed Bronze finish (US10B).

    Hope this helps - happy door hunting!

    Cheers,

    Marty

خالد راشد wrote:June 10, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to The Most Popular Kitchen Storage Ideas of 2015November 19, 2015

    Pantries with barn doors. These clever doors provide a charming architectural element and prevent swinging ones from intruding into the kitchen or a small pantry. In this example, the hefty door pull and pull plate match the scale of the track hardware, and the paint color contrasts nicely with the kitchen.Wall color: Silver Fox, Valspar; door hardware kit: Real Sliding Hardware; brass Wilshire pull and brass Knoxville pull plate: Emtek

    baanthony
    Bryan Anthony added this to 80 Pretty and Practical Kitchen PantriesJuly 23, 2015

    61. A sliding barn door painted in Silver Fox by Valspar makes for a stylish entrance to this Traverse City, Michigan, pantry designed by Marty Rhein - BAC Design Group.

    susanredmanryan
    Susan Redman added this to 9 Questions to Ask When Planning a Kitchen PantryMay 18, 2015

    1. Which Way Will the Door Open? A common mistake when planning a pantry is installing a door that gets in the way. When space is at a premium, the best options are sliding or folding doors. An outward-opening door gives more room for pantry shelves and is the next best option — but only if there is plenty of space to swing the door wide. A door that opens inward can work, but be aware that it might make an already small space smaller. It can also compromise the space behind the door of your pantry, limiting the amount of stuff you can store there.Find a kitchen designer near you

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    Colleen Hickey added this to My ideas3 days ago

    Barn door and shelves in pantry

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