Barn doors aren’t just for the farm anymore—they’re one of the most sought-after features for homes of all styles. Whether you want an attention-grabbing entry, like the yellow mudroom door shown here; a space-saving solution, or an attractive way to divide rooms, there’s a sliding barn door appropriate for your home. Read on for 11 beautiful options.
Want to create your own? See How to Build a Sliding Barn Door.
Double-Duty Barn Doors
This savvy TOH reader used a set of sliding barn doors to separate the bedroom from the living space in her New York City apartment. When opened, as shown here, they cover two hidden closets.
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Barn Bedroom Doors
Interior designer Gail Claridge converted a mid-century horse barn into her home. Former stalls now hold bedrooms and baths behind sliding doors.
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In this open-concept home, large sliding barn doors are used to create a little privacy as needed, without permanently closing off the rooms. High windows on the door design allow for light to pass between the rooms.
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To keep an open-feel in this master bathroom, sliding doors made of walnut and frosted glass can be closed to conceal a walk-in closet. Built-in dressers flank the closet.
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An airy great room adjacent to guest rooms invites socializing, but barn doors upstairs and downstairs close when guests turn in.
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$40 Salvaged Door
Brenda, who blogs at Cottage4C.com, found this old green door at her local ReStore and used simple hardware-store materials to hang it in her home.
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Rustic Wood Doors
These tall doors were used to set off a first-floor office alcove. They also make a handsome focal point in the living room, open or closed.
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Barn-Style Pantry Doors
Inside the kitchen of a 110-year-old farmhouse, TOH reader Jeff M. replaced old swinging doors to the pantry with a set of sliding barn doors. He included the hardware to add even more character.
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In a narrow kitchen, a fully loaded grid of open shelves and cabinets disappears behind this distressed sliding door.
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Small Master Suite Solution
In a small bedroom with bath en suite, a sliding barn-style door closes off the bath without taking up extra space.
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Laundry Room Doorway
Kristin, blogger at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia added a sliding barn door to maximize space in her laundry room. The old door swung inward to the tiny workspace. Now, the doors don’t get in the way.
See how she did it: Maximize a Small Space With Barn Doors