Barn Doors White Shanty
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t pay too much attention to the doors in your home – until they get in the way. Maybe you constantly bang you hip on the door handle as you walk through the house with an armload of laundry or grocery bags. Perhaps you have difficulty moving or placing furniture throughout your home because traditional swinging doors take up so much space.
The good news is, you can gain added function and modern appeal by replacing outdated doors with attractive, low-profile, sliding barn doors from White Shanty. What are your options for interior barn doors and what benefits will you enjoy when you install them over every doorway in your home?
Modern Interior Barn Doors
If you’ve ever seen a barn, you’re no doubt familiar with the classic, barn door style. When it comes to adding sliding barn doors to your home interior, however, you might be surprised by the number of options available to you, providing ample opportunity to complement existing architecture and décor, as well as suit your personal style sensibilities. You can select from styles that include:
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Whether you want solid wood panels for privacy, you’d like to preserve light flow and lines of sight with window panes, or you’re looking for added function with sliding panels that feature mirrors, chalk boards, white boards, and more, you’ll find the perfect options for your needs and preferences at White Shanty. With options for single panels, double panels, or multiple panels, with bypass or connecting configurations, you’ll enjoy added function and incredible visual appeal when you upgrade to sliding barn doors. Don’t forget, you can also choose hardware and soft-close features for optimal function and beauty.
Benefits of Sliding Barn Doors for Your Home
Aside from updating the look of your home with truly modern décor, you’ll enjoy several benefits when you install sliding barn doors. First and foremost, you’ll notice that sliding doors take up a lot less space than traditional swinging doors. When hung on a rail over the doorway, they hug the wall as you slide them open, clearing the door frame so you have more room to move through.
This also clears needed square footage to place furniture as you see fit, without the worry that it will impede the opening or closing of a swinging door. You have every opportunity to find the perfect barn door for every room, with solid panels to preserve the privacy of bedrooms and bathrooms, options with glass panes so you can see kids in the living room while you cook in the kitchen or get some work done in your home office, and functional additions like magnetic white boards to help you organize your busy life.
Measuring for Success
With a regular door, you’d just measure the perimeter of the frame to choose the right size, but with a barn door, you’ll also need to measure surrounding wall space. Why? This will help you to decide on the custom size and configuration of panels to perfectly suit every doorway in your home.