What wood or thickness should I use for the barn door so that it does not warp?
Cheers fellow Hometalkers, I am hoping that someone knows what parts I could buy myself to create a sliding barn door hardware idea I have in mind. They have all bee... See more
how to make a door operate on pivot giving better access to the room
it is a double door
I would like to make two barn doors as sides to my walk in shower and wasn't sure if I needed special wood or could just use pine and make sure it is clear coated ver... See more
This question has bothered me for a while. When we moved into our house the closets in the small upstairs bedrooms had cheap bypass doors on them. Needless to say, th... See more
I have built a frame for shop windows on the North side. I need to know what material I can attach besides plexiglass. I would still like to see out the windows. Howe... See more
I am looking to cover my backyard kitchen door areas, there are 2, with 2 small roofs. I already have the corbels. Are there any services where you can call in t... See more
Husband likes openness, I hate it. Is there a mild ground?
I live in a trailer and want to make shutters for the inside of the windows.I only need to go half the way up the windows. Cheaper material is good because I'll paint... See more
I would like to know how to build a door frame to put in a door that is falling apart
We had french doors between our bathroom and bedroom. The doors were pulled out of their hinges. The doors are not standard size. Curtains there now. Any other idea... See more
do you have to put a door or shower curtain in a walk-in shower kit or can you leave it open? would like a wheel chair/walker to be able to just roll in
I have been pricing out the cost of barn doors and got some sticker shock, Can anyone tell me how to make one for a lot less money?
I got these for 7 bucks each and I'm gonna use them for base cabinets in my kitchen. I'm on a low income, any ideas on how to make doors for them?
I have a question concerning the folding, usually louvered, doors that you put over utility or laundry rooms. I need 96" covered. So I purchased four 24" doors. I ... See more