Barn Door Installations Provide a Beautiful Alternative

Homeowners, architects, and interior designers are increasingly using barn doors as an alternative to meet interior door needs while appealing to an aesthetic that caters to specific consumer desires. Barn doors are more or less adaptable and compatible with many homes. Sliding barn doors take up less space than conventional doors, can exhibit a kind of grand or elegant presence, or can just be fun to have and use, depending upon one’s preference.


When installing a barn door, hardware will be installed outside of the door frame and the barn door will be put into tracks in order to slide back and forth in opening and closing positions. Therefore, a barn door works as a replacement for a hinged swing door, creating more space in the room. Barn doors can also be used as dividers that hang on rollers connected to tracks installed on the ceiling or a beam.


The Sliding Door Company offers hardware and barn doors to people of a variety of aesthetic tastes and disciplines. Materials used vary, and glass can also be smoked for an opaque look that still allows the penetration of light to occur. The Sliding Door Company provides enhanced technology to keep barn doors on their tracks, as well as a minimum of 5 millimeter glass for safety.


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Most barn doors are made of wood, but a variety of other materials may be used, as well, ranging from metal and aluminum to smoked glass or other materials. Various designs can also be implemented to complement the décor of the home.

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Thanks to innovative design by The Sliding Door Co., today’s sliding doors and barn doors come in clear, frosted, laminated, or linen glass with clean, contemporary frames in a variety of finishes and a number of striking designs. We’ve set a new standard, and in the process we are changing the way people design and decorate their homes and offices. When upgrading your home, condo, loft or office, visit to find a showroom near you, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .