Trendy gender-neutral medium tone wood floor playroom photo in San Francisco with white walls

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Ms. Style wrote:August 1, 2012
  • Kaja ChikN
    2 years ago

    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
    last year
    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?
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