Although barn doors are typically rural, they have become a fashionable pillar on modern farms and houses. A door full of vintage charm is an easy way to add separation and style to bathrooms, closets, bedrooms, and more. They are also surprisingly versatile; They just feel rustic enough to showcase this charming vintage bookcase, but modern enough to go well with a mid-century console table. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to incorporate this modern farmhouse look into your own home, you’ve come to the right place.
A toilet is a great place to use a barn door. One of the biggest advantages of the style is that it takes up less space than a traditional wing door. This makes it ideal for rooms where you want to install a bathroom in a small space. This adorable barn door in the traditional style of Farmhouse for Five uses a large roller system that stands out and gives an established look for an industrial touch. This amazing chalk barn door from The Handmade Home is a wonderful way to hide a pantry in a kitchen and create extra space for notes, reminders, and shopping lists.
The completely black look is timeless. And gives this unplastered brick kitchen the feeling of a “high-end restaurant from farm to table”. The completely flat door offers plenty of space. A barn door on a blackboard would work wonderfully in a nursery or playroom. (And could keep your walls from rubbing endlessly in pencil). A barn door doesn’t have to be full size. This adorable mini barn door from The Painted Hive is a great idea in farm kitchens or laundries where you want to hide dishwashers. Trash cans, or, in the case of this blogger, a washer dryer. Although the finished product appears to be bought in the store. This door can be made in one afternoon using only a few materials.
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