Barn Doors

When it comes to home renovation projects, doors often get overlooked in favor of big-ticket items and pressing repairs. But replacing or updating your interior doors can have a big impact on the overall feel of your home. Ditch your basic doors for stylish interior barn doors that are sure to grab attention. 

Barn doors are the perfect choice for your home if you crave a warm, rustic feel. These stylish and functional fixtures are growing in popularity due to their unique appearance and space-saving nature. 

Whether you’re looking for a unique barrier between your kitchen and dining room or want to add an upscale feel to your master suite, you’ll find what you need within our lineup of stylish modern barn doors. 

Why Choose a Sliding Barn Door?

Barn doors are a smart addition to any home for a few reasons. First, they offer an unbeatable rustic aesthetic that complements many home decor styles. Barn doors add a sort of simple charm and can help give your home a more cozy feeling. Whether your style is country chic or more contemporary, barn doors can help your house feel more like home. 

In addition to adding visual interest, interior sliding barn doors are a space-saving solution for many homeowners. Traditional doors require a certain amount of clearance in order to smoothly open and close. Barn doors glide back and forth on a track to open and close without swinging out. 

Homeowners appreciate that barn doors do not force them to give up any of their valuable floor space. This makes barn doors a particularly good choice for small spaces. 

Choosing the Best Interior Barn Door for Your Interior Remodel

When choosing a barn door for your home, two factors you should consider are the type of wood and the type of finish. 

It’s important to choose a sturdy yet lightweight wood, such as pine. Pine barn doors are light enough to open and close with ease yet durable enough to withstand years of use. Pine also has a light wood grain that is very easy to paint and customize. 

Speaking of customization, if you’re looking for a particular hue or you want to color match your door with an existing color in your home, opt for an unfinished barn door. Unfinished barn doors are not stained or painted — they come bare and ready to paint. 

On the other hand, if you want to install your barn door the same day it arrives, go with a finished barn door in a neutral color that complements your existing décor. 

You should also consider the size of the space and what barn door configuration is most appropriate. Most standard-size doors are easily replaced by a single barn door, but larger entrances and thresholds may call for a double barn door. 

Fortunately, you can easily create double barn doors by installing two of our single barn doors. Pair them with your favorite hardware finish to complete the look.

DIY Barn Door Installation

Say goodbye to confusing hinges and tricky installations and hello to a simple DIY installation process. Homeowners who switch to barn doors love how easy they are to install. It does require attention to detail, but hands-on homeowners should find it relatively easy. 

Before installing a barn door, ensure you have enough wall space above your door to make it happen. Once you have the space mapped out, install the track above the door frame and install the necessary hardware on the door. And just like that, your new barn door is ready to be hung up. 

Find the Perfect Barn Door

A barn door could be just what you need to update your interior space. No matter what kind of barn door design strikes your fancy, you’ll find what you need at Home Outlet.