Barn Door Hardware
Effortless Charm, Modern Inspiration

Barn Door Hardware

Openness when you want it. Privacy when you need it. Our barn doors offer classic charm with contemporary touches, for a style that’s a little bit countryside, a little bit modern, and 100% you.

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Barn Door Handles & Pulls
Barn Door Handles & Pulls
Barn Door Handles & Pulls
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Barn Door Locks & Latches
Barn Door Locks & Latches
Barn Door Locks & Latches
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Barn Door Accessories
Barn Door Accessories
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Barn Door Kits
Barn Door Kits
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Barn Door Hardware

Follow these basic principles to find the perfect barn door hardware
Step 1
Start with your door opening

Measure the width and height of the opening. The barn door you choose should be slightly larger than the opening, so you'll want to add 2"-4" to completely cover the frame.

Pro Tip: If your door has a trim, be sure to measure the width of the door to the edges of trim.
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Step 2
Check your wall space

Taking the width of your door frame, measure out the length on the adjacent wall (right or left). Double barn doors require clearance on both sides.

Pro Tip: Doors must be able to fully open without disruptions from objects such as light switches or other immovable objects.
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Step 3
Safety First!

Standard doors weigh anywhere between 25 – 90 pounds. Note the weight of the door you are using to ensure the hardware meets the single door weight specifications.

Pro Tip: Adding a header board behind the track increases weight stability of the door.

 

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Step 4
Select your hardware

Take your ideal barn door width and multiply that by two. This number will be your ideal track length.

Pro Tip: For custom lengths, you can purchase an additional kit to extend the length using a connecting adaptor.

For More information, watch this video

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Step 5
Customize your barn door

Add a personal touch with a variety of pulls. From our traditional Charleston to the sleek and transitional Troy or the modern Madison, there’s a pull for every style.

Pro Tip: Purchasing accessories from the same brand ensures a seamless look that is finish matched.

 

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Step 6
Enhance your experience

Bypass Bracket: A subtle way to attain the barn door look on limited space.
Connecting Adapter: Allows you to connect two or more kits for custom door openings.
Floor Guides: Keep your door in place.
Soft Close Kit: Limits track jumping and end of rail crash.

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Barn Door Kits

  • Barn Door Starter Kit
    Starter Kit
    Builder
    Our standard two-piece track design for single doors up to 150 lbs.
  • Barn Door Pro Kit
    Pro Kit
    Classic
    Our pro-style two-piece track design for single doors up to 220 lbs.
  • Barn Door Premier Kit
    Premier Kit
    Designer
    Our premium single track design for single doors up to 400 lbs.

Barn Door Handles and Pulls

  • Traditional Barn Door Handle
    Charleston™ Pull
    Inspired by the charm of the South, the Charleston Pull is clean and traditional.
  • Transitional Barn Door Handle
    Troy™ Pull
    Designed with our heritage and pride in mind, the triumphant Troy Pull is sleek and transitional.
  • Modern Barn Door Handle
    Madison™ Pull
    Created for the young at heart, the Madison Pull is modern and simple.

Barn Door Locks & Latches

How To Add a Lock To Your Barn Door

Step 1
Position the latch on the door frame edge

Note:

For illustrative purposed of exterior mounted door only. For full installation on exterior or interior mounted doors, please see instructions or installation videos.

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Step 2
Prepare the door for the latch bolt
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Step 3
Install the strike
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Step 4
Install the strike trim and ring
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Step 5
Test emergency release
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Step 6
Install the latch handle
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Step 7
Enjoy some peace and privacy
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Your New Space for Peace and Privacy

Ideal for your bathroom, bedroom, and office
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Barn Door Inspiration

From style tips to unique and beautiful applications


How-To

Finding the right barn door might be easier than you think

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