There are so many possibilities when it comes to installing sliding barn doors, but here are just a few to give you some ideas:
Bedrooms– Separate your bedroom from the rest of the home with a fashionable sliding door that’s solid enough to guarantee privacy.
Bathrooms– Divide ensuite bathrooms from bedrooms with a simple sliding door – they’re great for young children’s rooms.
Living rooms– Allow yourself to open up your living room to the rest of the house for social gatherings or close it off when you want to keep TV noise in.
Kitchens– Create a stylish pantry or make your laundry room or dining area more accessible from your kitchen with an easy-opening barn door.
Closets– If you have a walk-in closet, a barn door allows you to instantly disguise messy clothes and take a look at your whole wardrobe whenever you need to.
Entryways– Many homes have a small entryway or enclosed front porch when you first come in the front door, and a barn door is a great way to separate it from the main house.
Windows– Should you be fortunate enough to have French doors or floor-to-ceiling windows, barn doors can operate as interior sliding shutters.
Recesses– Some rooms are strangely shaped with recessed areas. If you use such an area to store a bookcase or television stand, a sliding door can make the room feel tidier by hiding them when they’re not in use.
Sheds– Whether it’s a man cave, home office, or children’s playhouse, adding a sliding door to your shed instantly improves its appearance and utility.
There are also plenty of business and commercial applications for barn door hardware, as it’s a great option for making a statement in offices and break rooms.