4 Amazing Ideas for Using Furniture Rolling Barn Door Hardware in Your Home

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If you’re looking for a unique DIY furniture project that will be both beautiful and practical,  a piece that uses Furniture Rolling Door Hardware is a great option! Here are some great ideas for how you might use some of this hardware in your home!

#1 TV Console/Entertainment Center

A media center is one of the most common uses of rolling barn door furniture hardware. It’s a great way to keep those storage compartments hidden in style!

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#2 Hutch

A beautiful rustic hutch is another great application idea for furniture-sized rolling door hardware! This could make a wonderful, unique addition to your home decor.

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#3 Decorative Piece

Adding a decorative piece to a to a hallway or living room is a great way to liven up your space. If that decorative piece doubles as storage, it can be very practical as well!

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#4 Rolling Kitchen Storage

Here’s a really creative idea for using smaller rolling barn door hardware for something besides a door! This seems like a unique but practical take on extra kitchen storage and shows just how many potential uses you could find for this hardware!

 

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These are just a few possible ways you could use furniture-size rolling barn door hardware—other places you could use it could be nightstands, coffee tables, or just about anything else you can think of!

How to Secure Valuables Inside Your Home

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Where do you keep your valuables? If they’re stashed in your dresser drawer, bedroom closet, or maybe even your freezer, they’re exactly where a thief will search first. Other places they’re sure to check are under your mattress, in medicine cabinets, inside toilet tanks, and in bookshelves (including false books). If you’re going to thwart a potential burglar, you’re going to have to do better.

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How to Mix Oil Based Gel Stain Colors Using Layers

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Oil-based gel stains are great for achieving beautiful hand-rubbed finishes, and their thickness keeps them from dripping, running, or spilling. They might come in a bunch of beautiful colors, but what if you’re still feeling limited? All you have to do is choose any two colors you want, then layer them to create your own custom look! Here’s how to finish a piece of furniture by layering different colors of General Finishes gel stains.

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How to Specify and Plan an In-Drawer Outlet into your Projects

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Sure, you’ve heard about Docking Drawer outlets–but do you know how to add an in-drawer outlet into your cabinets?

Remember: Install In-Drawer Outlets Safely

Unlike popular DIY in-drawer power strips or your contractor using off the shelf electrical components, Docking Drawer in-drawer outlets are safe and reliable. Additionally, they offer interlocking safety features that cut power to the outlet in the event of an emergency to help minimize risk. In-drawer electrical strip hacks can’t do that!

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