Are you a fan of barn doors used inside the home? There’s been a huge upsurge in farmhouse style decorating ever since Fixer Upper became such a popular TV show. In honor of the show ending its series, I’m featuring a collection of barn doors made popular by Joanna Gaines’ popular decorating style.
Add a barn door to a mud room and when the room gets messy, simply slide the door shut to hide the boots and coats from visitors.
Perhaps the biggest advantage to barn doors is their sliding feature. You don’t have to place furniture to allow for a door to open and close.
Rustic barn doors create a unique solution for hiding a TV and electronics.
A cozy reading nook can become instantly private by rolling the barn doors shut. Sconce lights keep the space from becoming too dark if you need to entirely close yourself off from the rest of the house.
A sliding barn door can close off a bedroom from its sitting area. One person can go to sleep while the other enjoys a book in the next room.
In a cottage cute kitchen, a barn door frames a small butler’s pantry. The door wears the same panel treatment as the walls.
Barn doors look especially great on outdoor structures. Consider adding them to a shed or other outbuilding on your property.
Have you added a barn door to your home’s interior spaces?
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