Just off the master bedroom, the master bathroom completes this home's en suite. Custom bleached oak cabinetry complements the wood barn doors in the master bedroom and throughout the house, while durable, white, quartz countertops keep the space nice and neutral.
The shelves and frames for the custom barn doors in this kitchen have been stained to match the cabinets and the base for the kitchen island. The natural color of the wood is infused with a hint of charcoal to coordinate these details with the cabinets and the gray and white tile floor and wall. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
As seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, a closet at the opposite end of the kitchen was converted into a pantry and is concealed by a custom barn door. The sink remains in the same place, but it the old, lackluster sink was replaced with a stainless steel apron front sink with a brushed finished. All the appliances in the space, including the sink, were upgraded to pro-level appliances, creating a chef's kitchen out of an outdated, cramped space.
A custom sliding barn door serves as the transition from the bedroom to the master ensuite. The rich navy blue relates to the overall color story of the home and brings warmth to the bedroom. Reclaimed wood creates a rustic backdrop to the bed.
The beautiful red siding on this country porch gives the look of a barn with the updated details of a home. The blue doors pop beautifully against the red, and neutral tile flooring completes the design.
Not every home is blessed with the grand volumes of a loft space, but you can use space-saving tricks to make rooms feel more expansive, as designers Jamie Hamilton and Greer Nelson of Oliver Simon Design did in this project. “We loved the idea of an antique map in this dining room because it was a small space but we still wanted it to be bright and interesting. Not losing valuable space to framed art on the walls meant that every inch was used in the smartest way possible. The custom barn door was also a space saver, and a bright hit of color adds good bang for the buck.”
This fresh craft room features a custom sliding barn door at its entrance, as well as a powder blue desk, shelf and cabinets. A blue and white floral upholstered chair offers a comfortable place to sit, while white oak floors and wainscoting add finishing touches. Natural light illuminates the space.
This twist on a traditional dining room in the HGTV Smart Home 2014 is located in Nashville, TN. The red dining room has two custom-built barn doors that add a modern twist to the traditional design and impart a casual feeling into the space. An iron chandelier featuring beaded adornment illuminates the small round table in a subtle way.
Neutral brick and barn-like cabinet doors create the perfect foundation for a country design in this outdoor kitchen. A polished wood covering adds contrast against the natural textures. A hanging fan keeps the space cool on hot summer nights, and recessed lighting illuminates the space at night.
Dark hardwood flooring and a corrugated metal ceiling define this rustic-industrial home office. A custom light fixture composed of plumbing fittings adds interest overhead, while a custom, sliding track barn door provides privacy for an adjoining guest room. Chalkboard paint on the reclaimed wood doors is a fun and functional touch.
The front door and foyer open up to a large, family great room with a fireplace and formal dining area. An exposed ceiling beam and barn pendant lights help define the kitchen while still keeping it open to the rest of the living space.
With beautiful red siding, this country home gives a nod to the traditional red barn. Blue doors and wood columns add color and create contrast. The mulched yard allows the home's colors to pop even more. A long, covered porch is perfect for enjoying the outdoors, while a small, second-story balcony creates a more private outdoor space.
A wall of windows features a window seat and custom Roman shades in this tranquil Tennessee guest bedroom. The overall gray and white palette is calming and harmonious. Draw draperies on the tall windows allow privacy for guests, while a sliding barn door adds chic architectural interest.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Sarah and Nick renovated the second floor master bedroom with a feature wood wall, a custom built sliding wood barn door, closet organizers and updated decor at the Gulf Dreams condo. See before and after photos, plus our favorite design details.