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.
A custom-designed metal door slides on a barn door track system to stylishly hide this home's washer and dryer. Throughout the house, the designers used reclaimed materials and industrial elements to customize the space and add architectural interest.
Custom mahogany sliding barn doors supported by heavy iron tracks and pulleys provide entry into this luxury garage. Above, detailed woodwork and windows with multiple muntins create an aged feeling. Below, brick flooring looks charming and historic but features radiant heating for an updated touch.
To add much-needed storage to this family room, a custom entertainment center was designed with space for toys, games and equipment. Sliding barn doors easily hide shelves away when they're not needed. Art over sofa: Urban Outfitters (Kimberly Dhollander- Dreamy Art Houses Print); TV unit: Sliding door hardware by Artisan Hardware; Sconces: Astro by Crystorama
Angelica Henry cleverly designed this gorgeous bar area with custom sliding, barn-like doors that work to conceal its inner workings when not in use. The wall unit's glossy black finish and decorative glass panels replicate the free-standing serving area, both acting together in allocating functional space right off the foyer.
This space is filled with unique custom pieces, from the corrugated metal ceiling to the suspended industrial lighting to the sliding barn doors coated in chalkboard paint. Richly finished reclaimed wood warms up the industrial elements in the space, giving the house a homey, lived-in feel that's also urban and chic.
To maximize every inch of the 600-square foot garage apartment, designers installed this custom-built folding barn door. It can slide over to enclose the bedroom or fold up to create a open plan flow across the space.
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.
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.
Both current and timeless, this bedroom in a stone cottage looks like a cozy wintertime retreat. The barn door brings an Old World feel, but its crisp white paneling provides a contemporary update. The steel bed is custom-made, and the utilitarian bench is made from a vintage blanket.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Joanna decked this master bedroom out in neutrals, making the space feel bright and open. Wood accents, such as the custom made headboard and bench, create warmth in the space, making it inviting. A wood barn door conceals a master en suite that has also been remodeled.
Just off the kitchen, Chip and Joanna added a locker style mudroom. With custom lockers for each of the family members, coats, backpacks and shoes have a clear place to go. To close off this space from the rest of the house, the rustic, wood, sliding barn door keeps the mudroom private. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
So many elements of this bunk room design are just awesome. The wavy wallpaper on the back wall is really fun and gives the room an underwater effect. Rope ladders provide access to upper bunks; the turquoise rope coordinates perfectly with the wallpaper and oak steps were custom fabricated. For storage, closets are on either side of the room, both with blue sliding barn doors with black hardware. The pendant light is made from pieces of plastic that attach to a frame, so it’s durable in case of kid mishap, but also resonates with the watery feel.