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DIY Farmhouse Reclaimed Barn Door

After our little DIY faux mantle project in our master bedroom, we decided it was time we piggyback off that and continue the makeover in one of the rooms we spend the most time in. The mantle added a lot of texture and farmhouse-y feels to our master so it was a no brainer that we use the same distressed reclaimed wood for this project. 

In case you missed what I'm talking about, welcome to the DIY for our bedroom barn door. 

This was a project we had been talking about since before we even moved into our Beechnut Bungalow so truthfully, this was a long time coming. While still living in our apartment, we longed for the option of a barn door blocking off the living room to the bedroom. After moving into our home, we settled on a barn door to separate the master bedroom from the master bathroom. 

We purchased the barn door hardware from Industrial By Design, which was highly rated among some of my instagram friends who had barn doors built in the past. While I wasn't the one doing most of the work, I can honestly say the hardware portion of this project was beyond simple. Everything arrived minimally, but securely, packaged and the directions were just as easy to follow. 

Per Eddie K: "The Industrial design kit arrived exactly as advertised.  All of the hardware is quality and the instructions provided are very clear.  The rollers are some of the smoothest I have found and the metal is powder coated a durable black coating.  I love the way it looks with our reclaimed wood." 

Seriously, I suggest checking them out for any barn door projects you have. 
Shop our barn door hardware kit here: Industrial By Design

Interested in what it takes to complete this project yourself?
Eddie K has taken this project and turned it into the simplest DIY video EVER. 

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Additionally, here's a few "behind the scenes" shots I took during this building process...

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