Barn doors are basically any style door (typically 1-3/8” thick) that slides on a horizontal track mounted flat to the surface of the wall. This gives the homeowner the unique and stylish option when this aesthetic style is desired or when hinged doors may not work with the space available.
Barn doors come in a variety of materials including primed MDF that can be painted or raw woods that can be painted or stained and there are also options for having the doors custom ordered to be pre-finished. We have barn doors with or without glass and a wide variety of styles from rustic to modern in which to choose.
While we can help you determine the style options to best fit your preferences and opening dimensions, we do not install barn doors ourselves at this time. We do; however, sell the barn doors and track kits to allow homeowners to complete their own DIY project or have an outside contractor install for them. Just bring pictures and measurements of the width and height of the opening to our Tampa or Lakeland showroom so that we may assist in finding the right barn doors for you. To learn more about our barn door process, visit this page.
Rustic Style Doors
Barn doors should be slightly wider than the opening for best coverage. These doors come in widths of 14” to 48″ and are offered in three heights, 80″ (standard), 84” (for 7’ openings) and 96″ (for 8′ openings). These doors are offered in raw wood options such as Knotty Alder or Knotty Alder Barnwood, Radiata Pine and more.
Stained Barn Doors in Knotty Alder
The images show the same style barn door unstained (left) and stained (right). You can also see the predrilled bolt holes for the ready to assemble door. This feature gives the barn door unique character that less refined doors do not offer.
Barn Door Hardware and Track
You can hang any interior glass door on a barn door track for a unique look to fit the theme of your home. We offer a variety of styles from frosted glass, modern/multi-lite glass, textured glass, full-length mirror for a closet to barn doors with chalk siding to write grocery lists and family communication in the kitchen!
Just measure the opening width and height you are trying to cover so we can determine the correct door and track size needed. It is also helpful to take a photo of the area as well as the available wall space on the both sides of the opening. Have a large opening? No problem. Double barn doors can be used to cover these types of spaces by either connecting the doors together or on a by-pass track to slide past one another.
It is common for newer homes to now have a wide-open area between the master bedroom and bathroom. These barn doors shown as interior knotty pine doors stained with a dark wood stain provide the needed privacy between the two spaces. Many other choices of doors are available also including Knotty Alder, Radiata Pine, glass doors, craftsman shaker style interior doors and more!
The barn door track is available in several styles and finishes and can be mounted with the track exposed to provide an accent to the home’s interior or hidden if you prefer the track to be covered. Floor guides which are included with the rail kit will help keep the door from swaying away from the wall as they are slid back and forth. And soft-close kits are also available to keep your doors from banging.
Before you visit our Tampa or Lakeland showrooms to learn more about our interior doors and tracks, be sure to measure the opening width and height you are trying to cover as well as the available wall space the doors will slide over when open so we can figure out the correct door and track size needed. Also, take a photo of the area on the sides of the opening and consider light switches and outlets that the barn doors may cover when slid open.