Barn Door / May 21, 2018 / Genevieve Roux
It is a trend today to save space in the home. Traditional doors have been used for a long time but take up a lot of space which can get in the way sometimes. Because most people do not live in mansions they find that the space used when opening or closing a door eats up a lot of space in their homes. Do you find this to be a problem as well? If you had to look for solutions what would you look for? Chances are you would look for a door that would slide open look nice and go with the décor in your home. Why barn doors? Because the door you choose would not have to open up the traditional way but can be slid across the wall where it is hung. You are certainly in luck because companies have seen this trend as well making high quality attractive barn doors and barn door hardware that you can put in your home to save space and make a fashion statement.
Also it is a good idea that when it comes to purchasing the wood for your barn door you purchase wood which has already been treated. Then this means that you wont have to worry about adding a protective coating to the barn door you are building until after construction has been completed. However if you are going to use untreated wood then after cutting the various pieces of wood to size it is a good idea to add a protective coating to them before construction begins. This will help to ensure that all areas of the door are protected from the elements and ensure that water from the ground will not be absorbed by the wood at the base. When it comes to coating the wood you have chosen to use to build a barn door you have a number of options available to you. You can either stain or paint the wood which one you choose will of course depend on the kind of coating that has been used on the rest of the barn to protect it.
They can be used in either interior or exterior applications creating a very clean and modern look. Bypass Sliding Door Hardware This is perhaps the most interesting look for our hardware. Using the bypass system you can actually stack up to three doors to slide in back of or in front of each other to save even more space. Applications for this type of system can range from room separations to covering wide or unusually shaped doorways that would normally require a custom built door. Besides the unique applications you also get a variety in hardware finishes including dark bronze weatherized rust stainless steel flat black as well as several others.