Need some guidance for installing CSH rollng barn door hardware? This 7-step installation guide for round rail hardware is here to help! Whether you’re installing the hardware now or you want to know exactly how to install before you buy, this guide will cover everything you need to know. Continue reading “How to Install an Interior Rolling Barn Door (Round Rail)”
If you’ve seen a well-designed home featuring a rolling barn door (or beautiful examples of rolling barn doors around the web), you’ve probably thought about installing one in your own home. Do you love the idea but aren’t quite sure where you’d put one? Take a look at these perfect ways to use a rolling barn door in your home!
As far as we know, we’re the only manufacturer around that includes hand-forged handles and roller straps in rolling barn door kits. Because wanted to showcase that aspect of our unique hardware, we took a short trip down to Bighorn Forge in rural Kewaskum, Wisconsin to capture the process our barn door hardware goes through, “From the Forge to your Home.”
If you do a quick Google shopping search for interior rolling barn door prices, you’ll notice they range from sub-$100 hardware kits, to Custom Service Hardware’s price point of $219‒$379, to the steeper prices of $500 or more. What’s the explanation for this sizeable price gap? Continue reading “Rolling Door Prices: What Are You Getting for Your Money?”
Opening ceremonies with Jay Leno, food, exhibits, demonstrations, and parties—the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas is the largest light construction show in the world with over 50,000 people from over 100 different countries in attendance.
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Barn Door Hardware has established itself as a growing trend in interior design – from the rustic home to the avant-garde business, demand for rolling doors continues to grow. Continue reading “Rolling Barn Doors: A Popular, Growing Trend”
If you're looking for a stylish addition to your home, installing a rolling door is a popular option. Rolling doors not only are an attractive addition to your home, but they also save space. Since these rolling barn doors have no door swing, this saves you a few feet of space that typical doors use when opening and closing.
In addition to saving space and adding a new look to your home, these doors are useful in hiding certain rooms. For example, a laundry nook, personal office or kid's playroom can benefit from being hidden by a rolling door. Larger rooms can be separated in half with a rolling barn door, creating two separate functional spaces. These doors are also a great option for a pantry or closet, since they attractively conceal your storage in small spaces.
These interior barn-style doors can be customized in a variety of ways to match your home's style and decor. Between the variety of rolling door hardware (including roller straps), type of finishes and your door thickness, you can easily customize the look of your door.
One of the easiest ways to customize your rolling door is with the roller strap. There are a wide variety of styles available ranging from a basic rectangle shape to a fancy Fleur-de-Lis style. If you're looking for a unique roller strap, here are a few fun options.
Since it is sometimes referred to as a “barn door” this double-horse roller strap is a perfect hardware option. Bring a touch of the outdoors inside with this handsome horse detail.
This Kaminski wolf roller strap would make a great addition in a home of those who love the outdoors. Log cabins, hunting lodges and more are great spaces to install this rolling door hardware.
This gingerbread man roller strap is another fun type of hardware for your rolling door. Install it in the family room you spend the holidays in- guests will love the fun, seasonal touch. This particular roller strap style is very versatile, so it can be used year-round as a fun, decorative accent.
What better way to personalize a kid's bedroom or playroom than with this ice cream cone roller strap? This fun hardware is sure to receive compliments from any guest who enters your home.
My google alerts light up with Barn Door notifications – new Houzz photos. I read Dwell and I like to dreamily look at architectural digest, but the design ideas that spark my interest most, I find on Houzz. The site is a visual feast of home design. They are not hand selected and staged for a magazine, but highlights of real projects posted by designers, builders and architects, curated by the people themselves. This is how I know that barn doors are trending, because Houzz has had an explosion of late. Why? With a little creativity the hardware can be used so many different ways.
The barn doors here add interest to the very large walls. The project transforms an old school house into a private residence while maintaing a certain amount of schoolhouse fun. Continue reading “Are Rolling Barn Doors the Hottest Design Trend Ever?”