Door Designs & Ideas
Keith Anding Architect
Michael Hospelt Photography
Ward 5 Design
Alison Kandler Interior Design
John Ellis for Country Living
Schaaf Window Co., Inc.
ArkaTex Renovation-Concepts Co.
If traditional doors take up too much space for opening and closing, replacing them with pocket doors is a great space saver. Door hide away into the wall when not in use, allowing for more wall space for furniture or artwork.
Jute Interior Design
This is a solution for a bathroom closet space. We think it turned out great.
Innovative Construction Inc.
Shoot to Sell/Jordan
Bobbie McCallum Interiors LLC
The travertine floor tile, suspended custom walnut vanities, and floor to ceiling glass wall tile (a mix of frosted and clear) combine to provide a pampering, spa-like feel to this Master Bath.
Designed for mounting to the top of the door verses the face of the door, this Modern Industrial style allows for the functionality of rolling barn door hardware without the traditional face mounted installation. Characterized by its metal hanger strap that loops completely over the top of the wheel leaving the sides of the wheel visible as it rolls along the track. Perfect for doors that do not allow a face-mounted installation. E.g full glass panel with 2” wood frame.
Porter Barn Wood LLC
Very unique from your typical sliding barn doors. These bi-part sliding barn doors were made with our Reclaimed Tobacco Barn Grey barn wood. We smoothed the lumber 50% then gave it a dirty brush all before we topped it off with a lacquer. This provides so much character preserving the beautiful and natural silver patina on the front, and an exciting and elegant look on the backside. Photo Credits: Steve Cannon