Barn Door / June 1, 2018 / Valentine Carriere
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.
The wood with the gold contrasts very nicely and would go well in more classic applications. When installed correctly the hardware is protected by a limited lifetime warranty. Industrial Sliding Door Hardware Standard or stainless steel hardware is available for this type of sliding barn doors. They are sturdier making them perfect for heavier doors such as glass wood or metal and can hold doors that weigh up to 500 pounds. Industrial doors from around the turn of the 20th century have use this flat track style of hardware and are now being used in a more domestic application.
They can sustain weights up to 400 lbs and can last you a lifetime without repairs or replacements. Being durable they are easy to maintain saving you both time and money. They are versatile and can be used in a variety of ways like doors for barns or cabins for stylish bathrooms or for closing off certain rooms like dining rooms and libraries. * Their rustic appearance and feel enhance the appeal of any room and the overall beauty of any house. The tracks above the doorways are made from steel and hangers can be fixed to door knobs which stretch along the wall length and revolve horizontally on it.