Whether you're looking for a double barn door or a mini barn door on a cabinet, I've found a ton of DIY barn door ideas to inspire you!
Barn doors are a huge trend right now, and they're a great way to add a little personality to an otherwise boring space. Instead of a door that swings out, barn doors slide sideways on a rail to take up less room. I've put together a list of the best DIY barn door ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
This barn door may look complicated, but the basic frame is just a piece of plywood and a couple 1x6 boards! Wood shims give it that amazing texture, but you could also create a different look with a herringbone or shiplap pattern.
Wow, these bright blue barn doors really make a statement! If you have a pantry with ugly bifold doors, this would be a great upgrade (and then upcycle the old doors into a blanket storage box like mine!)
Usually barn doors have a long, empty rail so you can slide them completely to one side. But by using special bypass barn door hardware, you can slide one door past another without taking up all that extra wall space!
I especially love how the frosted windows at the top gives them a lighter appearance, instead of a solid wall of doors.
Usually, a barn door is only pretty on one side, while the back is blank and boring. This tutorial shows you how to make a two sided barn door while keeping it the correct thickness for the barn door hardware.
Instead of two doors on either side of a large opening, this blogger decided to go big with one huge sliding barn door that functions like a moving wall to close off a craft room from the rest of the house.
Hide away clutter on one side of this cabinet and keep the rest stored in drawers on the other!
A few of these barn door ideas got my wheels turning! I'm planning to make a cabinet to hide away our printer and wireless router, but I want to keep other office supplies easily accessible in cute bins and boxes. A barn door cabinet might be just the solution I'm looking for! Stay tuned for that project soon!