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  • Robin Chambon

    Sliding barn door, good idea for laundry room or master bath, or steam room bath?

  • Susie Whitlock

    The house itself is too big for me, but I like the door idea a lot.

  • Joanne Toney DeVille

    Building a house, where could I find this sliding door? It's exactly what I need for my laundry/mud room!... Try Barn Door Hardware. There are many options to choose from. http://www.barndoorhardware.com/... I'm looking for the hardware to hang a door like this. Where can I find it?... There are many barn door hardware choices at www.RusticaHardware.com. Awesome finishes too.... Looks like sliding barn door hardware. Try: http://www.barndoorhardware.com... Does anyone know where to find this exact door design to order?... No, it would be pretty difficult to get a barn door to seal tight. Even a pocket door does not seal as well as a conventional hinged door.

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