Whether you’re a city dweller, living in the suburbs, or in a rural area, installing a barn door in any area of your home will add character to any boring space.
There are times we want to block light coming in to our windows. The barn door is the most creative way to accomplish just that.
You don’t have to purchase that old boring blackout curtain anymore. There are more ways to achieve an individual look for your home.
Barn doors are not just used for light blocking, they are the latest trend in window and entrance way design.
Want to add a little rustic design to your home?
One of the most beautiful ways replace curtains is with a barn door. Gone are the days of driving miles out to the countryside, to find an old country barn door. That’s usually the least expensive option, and you’re sure to find something that was cherished for many years, it’s not the most practical for many of us that live in an urban environment.
Here is a perfect look for using a barn door for a modern home. Don’t you love rustic meets chic?
Notice how the grains of wood on the barn door against the hardwood flooring make an amazing impact.
Newly built design doors that you can purchase on the web are a great alternative to getting something delivered quickly. Many of the designs available are replicas of everything you’ve ever dreamed about for your windows or doors,
Yes, hardwood is available in the price ranges of $400- $1200 online.
Many barn doors come fully assembled, and they’re really easy to install. Make sure that you purchase one that is shorter than the area you want to cover if you are using it for a door.
When buying a barn door a barn door, make sure the door is wider than the door frame and no shorter than the door opening you intend to cover.
You can even use sliding barn doors on the outside of your home.
Tip: if you have a glass sliding glass door that looks like it was from the 70’s, why not place sliding barn doors on the outside of the window. If the window is facing out to the patio, this is the look that is going to update your home, and increase its value. Here is the look we love for any outside entrance. You get the idea?
Sliding barn doors don’t have to be all wood. They can also be mixed with glass. It’s a great way to give an updated look to an entrance from the living room into the dining room. The look still keeps both rooms open and airy. Barn doors mixed with glass and wood can be placed in a hallway that has an entrance to living room. It lets the light shine through.
Barn style doors make great front doors.
Using barn doors as sliders give an updated look bedrooms and hallways. They compliment the look of hardwood floors.
These bathroom entrance are completely revitalized with a barn door remodel.
Let’s not forget the laundry room.
Barn doors are efficient and beautiful at the same time. If you have allergies, using barn doors as dividers or entries to your bedroom are great alternatives to curtains. While the trend in curtains are very long and drape loosely along the floor, they do collect a lot of dust.
And, no more vacuuming your curtains or sending them to the dry cleaners letting your windows go bare for a few days.