Rustic Rustic, San Francisco

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Tracey Conwell wrote:Jul 27, 2011
  • decodesigns
    BEWARE...of a company called Ningbo Tengyu Metal Products. Low Quality! Their owner is Joe Quan
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    Krownlab
    Hello,
    While we didn't make the hardware in this picture, we do produce high quality sliding barn door hardware that is similar. Work with our team to design custom, elegant solutions that celebrate the inherent beauty of the raw materials used while providing iconic functionality. Visit our website at http://www.krownlab.com or email customerservice@krownlab.com
amiris12000 wrote:Oct 7, 2012
nicholem83 wrote:Jan 3, 2014
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    Post Frame Accessories
    hi michael, we have some variations here on houzz as well as our website: http://www.postframeaccessories.com-flat-track.html
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    Basin Custom

    These doors look amazing! Although we do not sell doors, we do sell sliding barn door hardware. We usually order our doors from a local window and door company which is what we recommend for our customers as well. They can usually help you find the perfect door to fit your style and budget. We are located in Idaho but ship our tracks all over the place. Our hardware is very high quality. We offer a variety of styles and finishes. We also specialize in custom orders. If you have a particular color in mind we own a powder coating facility which makes color options almost endless. The wheels on our tracks are unbelievably quiet, eliminating the grinding sound you hear with other tracks that use metal wheels. We see every single one of our products through from start to finish! contact us athttp://www.basincustom.com or email us at info@basincustom.com

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Karla Donohoe wrote:Sep 24, 2011
  • coachpietrowski
    What type of wood? What is the stain? Awesome look!
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    Basin Custom
    We sell barn door hardware. Our tracks are very high quality and have many unique features that make our tracks a great choice! We can customize you track to fit your needs and are happy to answer any questions you have! call, email or visit our website! tel:208-261-1276 info@basincustom.com, http://www.basincustom.com
dixonbrwa wrote:Sep 23, 2012
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    Real Carriage Door & Sliding Hardware
    Real Sliding Harwere sells superior sliding barn door hardware with Hush Wheels which help the door operate more smoothly and quietly. Great for bedrooms or light sleepers. http://www.realslidinghardware.com/
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    Basin Custom
    We sell barn door hardware. Our tracks are very high quality and have many unique features that make our tracks a great choice! We can customize you track to fit your needs and are happy to answer any questions you have! call, email or visit our website! tel:208-261-1276 info@basincustom.com, http://www.basincustom.com Our wheels are engineered to be completely silent!
megholden wrote:May 8, 2014
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    Post Frame Accessories
    Hi Megholden - Are you looking for the doors themselves or the hardware as well? Also, do you need two panels for a split slider application or would just a single panel work? Typically, if the opening is 4ft wide, you need at least an 8 ft section of track with a door that is a few inches wider than 4 ft for overlap and privacy.

    We would love to help you get what you need, just visit our website: www.postframeaccessories.com or email sales@postframeaccessories.com
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    DownHomeLiving

    We make custom barn doors, please visit our shop at DownHomeLiving


Brett Dorton wrote:Jun 8, 2015
Heidi Pummill_Doe wrote:Apr 14, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    vanessa_brunner
    Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Planning: How to Choose an Interior DoorJan 7, 2012

    5. Barn doors were, of course, originally found on barns. But they've been adopted for interior and exterior doors on residential homes, and are great for rooms with a more industrial or rustic look. 6. Panel doors are the most common doors seen in houses today. Usually made of wood or MDF, they're designed with a classic pattern of square panels.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    asma_ahmed44
    Asma Ahmed added this to Doors & Windows6 days ago

    5. Barn doors were, of course, originally found on barns. But they've been adopted for interior and exterior doors on residential homes, and are great for rooms with a more industrial or rustic look. 6. Panel doors are the most common doors seen in houses today. Usually made of wood or MDF, they're designed with a classic pattern of square panels.

    lisabort
    Lisa Bort added this to Boden HouseAug 26, 2019

    Barn doors. D: prob too rustic? - yes!

    kaiti_guthrie29
    Kaiti Guthrie added this to COLEMANJun 21, 2019

    Barn door style for Great Room entertainment wall

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