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Hardware: Barn Door Fittings

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Hardware: Barn Door Fittings

Janet Hall August 14, 2009

Sliding barn doors used in residential interiors are both practical and visually appealing (see Architectural Elements: Interior Sliding Barn Doors). For barn-door fittings suitable for residential applications, check out Barndoor Hardware, which offers a wide range of hardware, in a variety of styles from classic country to modern. Visit Barndoor Hardware for pricing, specifications, and ideas.

CLASSIC BARN-STYLE HARDWARE

Above: Standard Flat Track hardware.

Above: Flat Track Spoked hardware.

Above: Barn door hardware by Better Barns includes Small and Mini Barn Door Rollers, suitable for interior residential doors.

CONTEMPORARY BARN DOOR HARDWARE

Above: Oden Tubular Track Hardware.

Above: Klassik Contemporary Stainless Steel Hardware, suitable for all materials (including glass).

Above: Baldur Sliding Door System.

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