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Barn Doors


A perfect example of function and style. Save space with barn doors without sacrificing looks. Pair decorative glass or wood doors with a wealth of hardware styles and finishes ensures a sleek, space saving door with impeccable looks.


Barn Door Points of Interest


• Barn Doors are custom fabricated specifically for each project • Glass panels are offered in low-iron and standard clear
• Hardware crafted from stainless steel and aluminum • Compatible with all of our decorative glass services and patterns
• Available locking systems • Glass thicknesses range from 3/16″ to 3/4″
• Soft close and open feature allows for a quiet, soft action that helps reduce damage  • Single wood doors or wood doors with decorative glass inserts available

Hardware Finish Options

Handle Options

Lock Options

Hardware Finishes

Left to Right | Top to Bottom
Brushed Nickel
Brushed Stainless
Matte Black
Polished Brass
Polished Nickel
Polished Stainless


Left to Right | Top to Bottom
Ladder Pull
Finger Pull
Mitered Round
Mitered Square

Handle Sizes


Locking Systems

Left to Right | Top to Bottom
Patch Locks
Ladder Pull Lock
Teardrop Lock

Glass Types

Standard Clear, Low Iron, Acid Etched, Satin Mirror, Starfire Mirror, Standard Mirror,
Acid Etched Mirror

Barn Door Kit Parts

Support Bar or Concealed Header: This is the top bar that the glass or wood panels slide across.

Sliders: Two or more pieces with wheels that slide across the header hardware. They are attached to the barn door panels and lock around the header.

Handle: Handles are offered in a variety of styles and will match the rest of your hardware finish. You can choose between a handle, knob, or finger pull.

Door Panel: Wood, glass, or wood with glass inserts. You can also apply any decorative glass pattern if your door is glass or has glass inserts.

Optional Door Lock System: Perfect for bathrooms and bedrooms, add a locking system ensuring privacy and peace of mind.

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