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Ms. Style wrote:Aug 1, 2012
  • Kaja ChikN

    I was thinking, because I am very interested in installing barndoors in a room that leads to the bathroom. I want to keep my baseboards to keep it somewhat homogenous abut for the back side of the doo to put slats on the side (It'll look like a really thick door until you pay attention to where the floorboards are.

    The reason I'd like to do that is so that there is not a huge gap from the room into the bathroom, is that crazy!? Is there a work around for this that I am am not aware of?

  • perta1111
    I'm a little confused. I am making my own barndoors, for my HOME THEATER. I''m using1"x6"x8', but if I want the doors to look the same from both sides won't it be to thick? ALL the boards will line up vertically & then I have the top,bottom & middle horizontal. If I put the same horizontal boards on the other side it would make the door 2 1/4" thick. Can the door be that thick?
sulat4me wrote:Nov 20, 2012
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adi_el wrote:Jan 13, 2014
jengeorgeson wrote:Dec 8, 2013
  • centaurita
    I was wondering this as well. We want to put one of these between our Kitchen and Living room. The opening is 7' wide right now, and would only be able to slide down one side of the doorway like this one. It would have to be quite large or I would need two, I'd prefer just one.
houston50 wrote:Jan 23, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to Pocket Doors and Sliding Walls for a More Flexible SpaceSep 26, 2014

    Or consider a great big barn door for a stylish and functional way to divide adjoining rooms.Check out more sliding barn doors

    tiffanycarboni
    Tiffany Carboni added this to Create a Study Space the Kids Will LoveAug 16, 2013

    Shut out the noise. Nothing ruins concentration faster than hearing a good time happening in another room. Make sure your study area has a door that children can close to block out distractions.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    meredith_hargreaves
    Meredith Hargreaves added this to Playroom / Family RoomJun 25, 2019

    Interesting idea: sliding door between breakfast eating area and playroom?

    ceganschow
    ceganschow added this to Bedroom IdeasMay 19, 2019

    large door on slider to divide space - don't want the barn door style though

    webuser_314368057
    R R added this to RABRoufa House GeneralMay 14, 2019

    interesting way of expanding a room

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