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Rolling Barn Doors in Action

Rolling barn doors have increased in popularity over the years, with an increased focus coming from design blogs around the world. These rolling doors can provide a new look and style, and often can be used to hide an otherwise unsightly section of the home.
Homeowners with a “laundry wall” (versus a laundry room) love the rolling barn door because it seamlessly hides the machines when not in use. The same goes for large pantry closets, children’s closets, or an extra storage area. Using a rolling barn door for these kinds of closets and rooms doesn't take up much space and lets you put a more creative spin on your home.
The selection of barn door styles for installation have grown, which means it’s easy to find the right fit for your home’s style. Looking for more of an Etsy-inspired barn look? Get a classic wood door and choose horse shoe or wolf design roller straps. Instant rustic country vibe! Instead, if you’re hoping to streamline a modern look, you could pick out a stainless steel door kit, and get a modern glass or painted wood door.
At the International Builders’ Show in February, we had our rolling barn door kit, including our ready to assemble door, on display. We produced a video to show the rolling door in action, including all the choices for installation. Customers can use our hardware with a door they purchase or salvage, or they can buy our ready to assemble door for a simple set up. Our unfinished pine door comes unassembled and lets you still customize the door with any finish or paint of your choosing.

To see more: http://blog.cshardware.com/3829/rolling-barn-door-on-display-at-ibs-2014/

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  • Jan 3 Boll
    Jan 3 Boll Muskegon, MI
    on Apr 7, 2014

    I love pocket doors - this seems to be the next best thing.

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