Sliding Barn Doors Don’t Have to be Rustic!

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Sliding barn doors are often rustic, embodying the warmth and character of the outdoors, the mountains, and even the cowboy West (like this 6’ wide by 7’ tall barn door illustrated in our new San Francisco showroom).

Rustic Barn Door #2 Rustic Barn Door #4

But barn doors don’t have to be rustic! Sliding barn doors can be contemporary or even modern in design, and create an amazing and creative opening in the home. For example, here’s a beautiful door with a unique “slotted” design (no glass), manufactured by Sun Mountain in rift and quartered white oak (also from our new San Francisco showroom).

SF Showroom, Contemporary Barn Door SF Showroom, Contemporary Barn Door #2

This door operates with sleek stainless steel hardware, with large roller wheels running on a rounded stainless steel bar. The roller wheels can be mounted to the top of the door (as shown), or mounted on the face of the door with strap hangers, available in a variety of modern designs.

Stainless Steel Barn Door Hardware #2

Here is another contemporary design, a stile and rail door with glass. This door is in walnut, with “White Lami” decorative glass.

Contemporary Barn Door

Sliding barn doors can even be flush doors, with clean simple lines. When coupled with modern barn door hardware, these doors create a stunning look.

Flush Sliding Barn Door #2 Flush Sliding Barn Door

Contact Sun Mountain at 888.786.6861 or for all of your sliding barn door needs—from unique door designs to hardware.

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  • Ken May 16, 2014, 2:08 am

    Building our contemporary barn home. Picking out door now. Need a couple of 3-0 20 min fire doors, couple of interior 1″3/8 fir, 5 sliding barn doors and 5 barn type pocket doors. I just sent my order in today for pricing. Got some pictures from Houzz website that we like. I will try and connect tomorrow. Thanks Ken

  • ArkQt May 16, 2014, 10:28 am

    I am thrilled about Sun Mountain offering sliding barn doors. I have an open plan Craftman style home and we’re considering these very doors to make a more intimate setting when we have guest.


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