Save space and add a rustic element with a sliding door. McNeal Walker Interiors repurposed a discarded door they found on the side of the road and turned it into the sliding barn door leading into this en suite bathroom in Atlanta. The door gives the chamber a rustic redo and provides privacy.
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.
This serene blue master retreat has rustic elements seen in the chandelier, sliding barn door and white-washed hardwood floors. The canopy bed brings a inviting look to this space and is the percent addition with the vaulted ceilings.
Tall ceilings allow the attention to detail to shine in this fully wooden foyer. Doors, including a sliding barn door, catch the eye with a slightly darker wood. A wrought-iron chandelier with candle lighting brings a beautiful cabin feel to the room.
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.
This sliding barn door is the perfect addition for a rustic design. The distressed look gives it a very natural feel while the sliding mechanism makes it easy and functional. Yellow walls brighten the space and a marble floor adds a polished finish.
Natural wood tones flow throughout this master bathroom with sliding bard door to the master bedroom. White marble countertops compliment the light-colored wooden cabinets and sink, which lead to the cream-colored bedding in the next-door bedroom.
To save space, install a sliding barn door. Although McNeal Walker Interiors had to purchase the sliding door system, the door was a freebie, found on the side of the road in Atlanta and repurposed for a rustic, space-saving entry to this guest bathroom.
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.