Sliding interior doors are showing up everywhere; they were even on the closest in my hotel room. One major benefit I like is the door is out of the way when open. And many interior doors are more frequently open than closed.
There are many ways to incorporate sliding interior doors into your home design and you don’t necessarily need to spend a fortune on hardware or the doors. Thanks go out to all of the creative folks that share their ideas, we found several ways to create a quality sliding door on a budget.
Here are a few resources for you – sliding interior door examples and building solutions:
- DIY Barn Doors on a Budget by Styleberry Blog
- House Tweaking – DIY Sliding Bedroom Door Project
- National Hardware sells the hardware; track and rollers for sliding barn doors
- Flat-Track Barn Door Hardware – Standard Flat Track (includes photos of several sliding door examples)
Houzz.com has a collection of sliding door examples – a sliding door doesn’t need to be a barn door obviously; here are a few sliding door photos I bookmarked in an Idea Book.