Mid-sized transitional enclosed dark wood floor and brown floor living room photo in Austin with blue walls, no fireplace and no tv

Neo-Prairie Style Parade Home

Transitional Living Room, Austin

This Neo-prairie style home with its wide overhangs and well shaded bands of glass combines the openness of an island getaway with a “C – shaped” floor plan that gives the owners much needed privacy on a 78’ wide hillside lot. Photos by James Bruce and Merrick Ales.
Mid-sized transitional enclosed dark wood floor and brown floor living room photo in Austin with blue walls, no fireplace and no tv - Houzz
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David wrote:September 13, 2012
  • tijanajar
    6 years ago
    Yes, the doors are lovely. Can you provide any information on the track above the door. I am looking for a very similar one to use.
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    Hobbs' Ink, LLC
    3 years ago

    Oooh, I don't remember now, actually, but I'm told that in a situation like ours where we had a 2x6 wall, but built it only 2x4 deep where the door slides so that the door is on the face of the wall but in a recess, you can use the same hardware as you would use for a pocket door which is less obtrusive (and less expensive) than conventional barn door hardware.

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