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Design Sleuth: Flat Track Barn Door Hardware

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Design Sleuth: Flat Track Barn Door Hardware

August 22, 2011

In today's Hotels, Lodging & Restaurants: Seesaw Cafe in San Francisco, we especially like the sliding barn door that divides the space. For more ideas on using barn doors in domestic environments, go to Hardware: Barn Door Fittings and Architectural Elements: Interior Sliding Barn Doors.

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Above: A sliding barn door divides the dining and play spaces at the Seesaw Cafe in San Francisco.

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Above: A detail of the barn door hardware in the Seesaw Cafe; photo by Lynn Kloythanomsup of Architectural Black.

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Above: To recreate the look, consider standard Flat Track hardware from Barn Door Hardware.

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