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  • Beth Petersen

    Salvaged doors, casters, and plumbing pipes for DIY sliding "barn doors"

  • Sylvia Greathouse

    I LOVE this idea for "pocket" doors wtihout the pocket. DIY - Fifty-eight dollars' worth of hardware—including casters and plumbing pipes—transformed two salvaged doors into a barn-style entry.

  • Jennifer Huston

    DIY sliding barn doors - with casters and plumbing pipes, not sliding door hardware OLD DOORS

  • Barbara Morgan

    a DIY'er came up with their own solution by using casters and plumbing pipes. For about $58 they crafted their own sliding barn door entrance. After Idea here is the DIY sliding doors spending only $20 for the set of doors they created a fabulous architectural detail . . . and all for $78

  • Julie Morgan

    casters, plumbing pipes and old doors make for a "barndoor style" entry

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