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  • Karen Fischer

    Reclaimed wood door instead of a pocket door for master bath

  • Elizabeth Aldrich

    sliding door for over the closest or masterbath

  • liz strawbridge

    Modern Bathroom Design Simple Bathroom Design Stylish Bathroom Design or Contemporary Bathroom Design Luxury Bathroom Design Scanidavian Bathroom Design or Bathroom Sliding Barn Doors That Bring Rustic Beauty To The Bathroom Design Bathroom Countertops Laminate Floor Wooden Floor Sliding Door Wooden Door Flower Vase White Vase Arm Sofa Leather Sofa Towel Holder White Towel Pedestal Sink Ceramic Sink

  • Kat Norwood

    Farmhouse style sliding barn door leading to master bath. It doesn't take up any space in the bedroom and I love the warmth the door adds to the room too

  • Cynthia Dedde

    pinterest pocket door or sliding doors | How to Install a Sliding Barn door to Look Beautiful in Your House

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