I'm looking for sliding door hardware, for 2 doors in a bedroom. Sliders like you would find on a barn door.

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a little more modern, but the same idea as a barn door. The only ones I can find are $300.00 and up way too expensive. You guys are so clever any ideas?
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  • Designs by BSB Designs by BSB on May 13, 2012
    I dont know how modern they get, but I have bought from this company several times - they are often the suppliers to other online retainers! http://johnsonhardware.com/ From my experiences, modern equates to more visual mechanisms, so the price goes up. $300 for an exposed system is very reasonable from what I have learned. Its not hard to spend $1k !

  • Therese C Therese C on May 13, 2012
    It's not the barn door style, but I have used a Shoji door style of slides and they work really well. That is to put 1/2"-1" thick strips of wood at the top & bottom of door way spaced the thickness of the door plus 1/8" extra between the slides. This requires three strips top and bottom creating a space for each door to slide past the other. This is a very cheap fix that serves very well. I spent less than $10 per door way. Just requires the wood and nails or screws.

  • Jeanette S Jeanette S on May 20, 2012
    Here's a hint...if you go for the wood slide, keep in mind that rubbing a bar of soap inside the track will make for an easy slide. This can be used to make wooden drawers in old pieces of furniture open and close easier. These are concealed areas so there is no problem with a little residue.

  • Custom Interiors Custom Interiors on May 25, 2012
    We have a great farm/ranch store called Tractor Supply. Find one or own like it and they should have the sliders in different sizes.

  • Melissa K Melissa K on May 28, 2012
    Another good idea for those odd-sized closet doors. My granny too.

  • Joanne C Joanne C on Jun 05, 2012
    I created a slide on a bathroom door in my new apartment. I used the slide intended for cabinet pull draws. works great

  • Donna G Donna G on Jun 08, 2012
    Go to your local farm and feed store. The have the rails and runners for you for about 80.00 for the rail and 70.00 for the runners.