Hot new design trend: indoor barn doors (photos)

 Hot new design trend: indoor barn doors (photos)

Barn doors in the house seem to be having a bit of a moment right now (just ask any dedicated Pinterest user.) And for good reason. Their rustic charm brings warmth to any home, plus a sliding door is also a practical choice that saves more space than a traditional swinging door. And with easy-to-use sliding door hardware, you can install your sliding barn door in less than an hour.

For instance, Johnson’s Series 200 Wall Mount Sliding Door has chameleon-like versatility. It works well in any room of the house – whether it’s a bathroom, laundry room, bedroom or office – with any type of door – glass, metal or wood, up to 400 lbs. Sliding door hardware seamlessly blends into any décor style so if you decide you’ve had enough of the reclaimed wood look and are ready for a sleek industrial chic expression, you can replace the door without replacing the hardware.

See how this Wall Mount Sliding Door Hardware can be used five different ways.

#1. The industrial chic detail: The door hardware has an exposed track for a slightly edgier style, which still blends with the contemporary style.

#2 The modern, polished look: The Johnson 200WF Wall Mount Door Hardware with a satin finish fascia has a more sophisticated feel.

#3 The rustic country kitchen: Go with a real barn door look an exposed track which gives this kitchen extra-stylish storage.

#4. The seamless understated look: Add a natural wood fascia to the door hardware to complement the door as well as the furniture in the room.

#5 The statement door: This design has a dramatic custom fascia covering the door hardware to match the decorative wood door.

Johnson's  Series 200 Wall Mount Sliding Door Hardware is a commercial grade hardware system designed to carry heavy doors. It features a heavy-duty extruded aluminum I-beam track, heavy-duty track mounting brackets and strong four-wheel adjustable hangers with machine turned ball-bearing wheels. The set has 11-13 gauge zinc trivalent plated steel parts. The hardware exceeds ANSI standards which means it can successfully complete 100,000 opening and closing cycles.

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Topics: Doors, Home Design & Plans, Interior Design, Maintenance & Repair

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