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  1. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  2. Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  3. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 36 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Rustic Style Measuring 36 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  4. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  5. Slab only Oak Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Oak Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  6. Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Mahogany Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 32 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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  8. Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cedar Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 46 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  9. Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Oak Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  10. Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 60 in. by 96 in.view
    Slab only Fir Barn Door in a Modern Style Measuring 60 in. by 96 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  11. Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Cherry Barn Door in a Classic Style Measuring 60 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  12. Slab only Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.view
    Slab only Cedar Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 30 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
  13. Full Kit Fir Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 72 in. by 84 in.view
    Full Kit Fir Barn Door in a Traditional Style Measuring 72 in. by 84 in.
    Barn doors from Classic Entrance Systems convert any door into an artistic statement. Choose from an unparalleled assortment of surfaces and materials, all hung from the same, ultra-secure track mount. Classic Entrance Systems offers wood of every color in a variety of styles, including Z-pattern, reclaimed wood mini-panels, two- three- or four-panel, brace, and more.Additional options include windowed, inset mirror panels, brushed metal, weathering/distressing, and custom carving. All tracks must be mounted into ceiling, but track options include classic, wide-set metal mounts or low-profile micro-mounts. Bottom guides and stay roller guides come in standard dark gray stainless steel, but can easily be primed and painted to match your décor. Classic Entrance Systems’ 30-year warranty covers normal use, track operation, and locking mechanisms (if any).
    Estimated Price: $99.00+
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Top Three Shopping TipsCheap Barn Doors

Barn doors are one of the hottest decorating trends today. Adding a cheap barn door can help you save valuable space in your home compared to swinging doors. You might think something as popular as barn doors will be too much for your budget to handle, but you can find cheap barn doors if you know where and how to look for them.

The key is to find cheap barn doors that don’t cost an arm and a leg, but are still quality doors. Buying and installing inexpensive barn doors isn’t out of your budget’s range, but you need to know a few things in advance to help you save valuable time and money. Here are three shopping tips to help you find cheap barn doors and increase your home’s value at the same time.

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DIY cheap barn doors or buy pre-made?

You can find plenty of how-to articles online when you Google "DIY cheap barn doors." If you’re the handy sort, you can make barn doors for your home at a fraction of the cost, but only if you have the time. The time involved in putting the barn doors together, sanding them, painting or staining, and installing them is considerable. Once you add in your time and the considerable effort involved, you’re actually better off buying cheap barn doors online. You can find pre-made ones that fit any budget and install them yourself for only a few hundred dollars. When you add in the cost of wood, putty, screws, sand paper, tools you need to buy, and especially your valuable time, a few hundred dollars sound better than DIY.

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How to choose hardware for cheap barn doors

Not all hardware is of the same quality, and quality hardware is one area you don’t want to skimp on. The better the hardware, the easier and smoother your barn doors will slide. Good quality hardware doesn’t need to break your budget though. Look at online reviews to find a top quality hardware kit for your door for the best price. Then choose the right color hardware to complement your home’s decor. If you have earth tones like browns, beige, gold, or even navy, you want coffee colored hardware. For other tones like a deep red, white, light blue, etc., choose black hardware. Buying quality hardware that complements the colors in your home is an inexpensive way to make sure your cheap barn doors hit just the right fashion statement for your home.

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How to measure for cheap barn doors

One of the biggest mistakes people make is not measuring properly for their sliding barn doors. You not only need the measurements of your opening, but you need the same distance to the side of the door for it to slide freely. For example, if your doorway is 3 feet in width, you need at least an extra 3 feet of track installed to the right or left of the door, depending on which way it slides open. When measuring for your barn doors, measure the opening and double it. Then also measure any trim or molding that surrounds the door. Some home builders finish out their doorways with wood trim, which you need to include in the measurements. For example, you have a 3 foot doorway that’s finished out with 2-inch trim all the way around. You need to add an additional 4 inches to the width of the barn doors you’ll be buying and another 2 inches to its height.

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Cheap Barn Doors – What are the Benefits of Them?

Is it time to make a change inside of it, you can get barn doors for your home. This could help improve the overall look of your home and the rooms inside of your home as well. The problem is some people are on a budget and they don’t want to be or can’t be spending a lot of money on doors and other home improvements.

The good news is there are many cheap barn doors that you could pick from. The material they are made from varies so you will be able to choose the one that best fits you. When you get these barn doors, you will still get the benefits of having a barn door, while being able to save money at the same time.

  • Saving Space
  • Weigh Less than Average Doors
  • Very Convenient

If you are into having barn doors for your home, that is something you can do. The rustic appearance of barn doors is one that is unmatched. You don’t need to spend a lot of money because you can buy cheap barn doors and still reap the benefits of other more expensive barn doors.

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Saving Space

When you are considering getting a barn door for any room in your home, but you are on a budget, you don’t need to worry. There are various cheap barn doors you can pick from and all these will still save you space, instead of having doors that swing in onto the floor. It is important for many homeowners, to have as much space in their home as possible. It is recommended that cheap barn doors be used for any of the smaller to medium-sized rooms in your home. It might be best to use a barn door on a closet because it will be out of the way and provide you total access.

That way the floor space isn’t being used up by an open door. The barn doors slide instead of swinging in or out to open, so you don’t need to worry about where you are placing things in the room. Because they are close to the wall, you just need that little bit of clearance between the wall and where you place your furniture. You can style the room in any way you please and not have to worry about where the door will be going.

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Weigh Less than Average Doors

Another one of the benefits you will get from cheap barn doors is that they weigh less than average doors. Since they are so lightweight, you won’t need to worry about anyone in your home having a tough time opening them. Also, since they are lightweight, you won’t find them bumping and banging around while sliding closed. There are some average doors that are difficult to open because they weigh a bit because they are often made of heavy solid wood.

Those are the ones that are usually tougher for children or the elderly. Sliding cheap barn doors are simple to open. By grabbing hold of the handle area or edge of the door, they can easily be slid open and closed. It could be that just leaning into them and pushing them with your body weight you’ll be able to get it open if gripping is too difficult. Small hands of children shouldn’t be expected to move heavily weighted doors. If you want to have doors in your home that are much easier to open, then these are the doors you should be getting.

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Very Convenient

You should have the benefit of convenience when you are opening and closing your doors as well. This convenience should transfer to the space in your rooms as well. When you get cheap barn doors they are very convenient. They are convenient for your budget, since they don’t cost a lot at all. Additionally, they are convenient because they aren’t difficult to open. They slide open and closed very simply so no matter where you install them, access is convenient.

They are also convenient because they won’t take up the floor space that an average swinging door would. This allows you to organize the furniture and other things in the rooms as you please. They also provide convenience when you need to get the items in a closet with a barn door rather than a hinged door that swings in. You won’t have to reach around behind the door to find your stuff, and you might just use it more because you can see it is there. If you would like to have more convenience in your home, all you need to do to begin this process is to get some of the cheap barn doors as soon as possible.

Questions And Answers

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How much do cheap barn doors cost?

Cheaper pre-made barn doors for interiors may start at a couple of hundred dollars for a standard size lightweight door. Sometimes the door will come in a kit with a track system and related hardware. Otherwise, a track and hardware will be an additional cost.

What are optimal uses for barn doors?

Barn doors aren’t just for farmhouse styles. They can be incorporated into any style home and add a unique and decorative entryway to bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens. They’re also an attractive and imaginative way to conceal closets/pantries and utility areas. Smaller barn doors can even decorate a vintage bookcase or cabinet.

Is there a standard size for barn doors?

Barn doors come in different sizes, depending on where you put them and how much space you have. A typical size runs 36” x 84” for interior use.

Are barn doors available in different colors?

You can find solid core and composite barn doors in a variety of colors and stains. You can also paint barn doors to complement wall colors or pick up other shades in your room.

Is hardware included with the purchase of a barn door?

If you get a complete kit, everything will be included, which is a great way to save money. But sometimes you’ll have to buy the hardware separately. Lightweight doors (under 125 lbs.) would require one track. Heavier doors require multiple tracks, which could raise the price by several hundred dollars. Additionally, decorative hardware might include a handle or pull, and if privacy is an issue, there are different lock and closure solutions. You can get less expensive hardware starting around $15 for locks and pulls.

Do barn doors come in different materials?

You’ll find less expensive barn doors in vinyl, pine or a composite material. These will also be lighter in weight. As you go up in weight and quality, barn doors may be made of solid wood like oak, cedar or mahogany. They also may incorporate glass inserts.

How do I measure for a sliding barn door?

For complete coverage and to minimize the gaps, make sure the door is at least several inches wider than the opening. If your opening has a casing surround, you’ll want to cover all the trim when the door is closed for a cohesive look, so measure from the outside to the outside for the door width. For the height, measure from the floor to the top of the casing. When there’s no trim, measure from the inside to the inside of the opening and add 2 inches to each side, since the door will need to hang off the wall a couple of inches in order to slide. For the height, measure from the floor to the top of the opening. In both cases, the door should hang an inch off the floor, to provide full coverage at the top, if there is no casing; and to accommodate a door guide at the bottom if there is a casing.

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How To Build Sliding Barn Doors

Sometimes it makes since to save a little money and try to preform a task on your own. If you are looking to save then you might want to try building your sliding barn doors from home. There is no doubt that the task will take up some of your time but if you are working on a budget then this might be the best choice for you.

You will need to make a trip to the hardware store to make sure that you have all the supplies needed. Once you have everything, you are ready to get started. Don't worry, with the right tools and direction you are sure to have your sliding door built and functioning just the way you would like.

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How To Install Barn Doors Inside

It seems as if one of the leading and recent trends is the installation of an interior barn door. This step is important to either provide some privacy or to add a decorative element, and in some cases to reduce unwanted noise.

Unlike typical swinging doors, barn doors do not sweep across your usable floor area‚, so they are well suited for crowded and tight spaces. The installation of an interior barn door, whether new or a retrofit over existing openings, is often a simple DIY job. It is a lot easier compared to adding an interior swinging door or, framing a pocket door which is even more difficult. Also, the rustic or vintage impression of barn-door hardware often suits the indoor space better compared to most contemporary, off-the-shelf doors.

Follow this step-by-step tutorial to install an interior barn door and make more efficient use of your indoor space. This project requires plenty of drilling and metal will easily get hot when you drill into it. Therefore, make sure you are wearing goggles. When drilling holes, it is ideal to work with drill lubricant as it will make this process faster and easier.

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How To Build A Barn Door

Interior barn doors are a different and stylish way to create privacy between rooms. Depending on how you choose to style the door, they can into a variety of different interior styles. Luckily, you can build your own custom interior barn door for your home. Just follow the steps below and modify whatever you need to fit your space.

The project will take some time, probably a couple of days, but having the door custom made for your home and feeling the pride of knowing that you built that door yourself make this project well worth the time and effort.

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Double Sliding Barn Doors

Sliding barn doors, doors that slide on a track above the door opening, are an excellent way to add convenience and style to a room. The general rustic feel of barn doors can also be adapted when you double up because the material can mimic the typical flat doors easier. When you choose double sliding barn doors, because of space concerns or because you just want to, you get double the benefits. The most immediate reason why you would want to install double sliding barn doors is space. Sliding barn doors must necessarily be larger than the door space, so if you’ve got a particularly large space to cover, it might not be practical to hang only one sliding barn door—hence, the use of double sliding barn doors. The finish on double sliding doors is usually smoother and more refined than those on the more rustic single doors often seen in use. Double sliding barn doors are no more challenging to choose or install than single sliding barn doors, so if that’s what you want, enjoy the decision. read more

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Barn Door With Glass

Barn doors are making their mark in the interior design arena. They are especially popular in smaller rooms or hallways where floor space is valuable. The door remains tight to the wall during opening instead of swinging, making it easier to take advantage of every inch in cramped areas of the home. A barn door with glass can be a superb option when you want to bring more light into a space. The glass panels allow light to transfer between two rooms, which can significantly brighten areas with poor lighting like closets and hallways. . Each type of glass affects the overall aesthetic and impacts the level of privacy in the adjoining spaced. While the clear or transparent glass allows more light into the space, it does tend to allow for less privacy so maybe the textured or frosted glass meets your needs. read more

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Metal Barn Doors

There is no secret in the fact that metal barn doors and sliding doors have grown quickly in popularity and they make an impact that is stunning in commercial and residential applications. These doors are appearing in designer lofts and homes throughout the country and are catching on as a functional door that provides that specific look combining industrial with beauty of brushed metal. You may have a very contemporary space where everything is sleek, or it might be one that is more rustic which textures throughout, but by installing a metal barn door you will add that extra touch that says, see I do have a sense of style! If you have been considering metal barn doors, then this just might be the place where you can gather the necessary information to make a final decision on whether these doors are best for you or not. Remember that there are many styles of doors, materials to choose from, and other options that can make your door uniquely yours and provide you with just what you are looking for. Keep reading to learn much more about these great doors and how they can benefit you. read more

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