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Barn Doors

Barn Doors are a particular design of door that reflects a more rustic approach to the door panel. It’s commonly hung as a sliding door with barn door hardware. This is hardware that is mounted to the surface of the wall and requires a track and hardware that’s placed on the door surface or top edge. Barn door hardware comes in a range of options and colors. Reeb stocks this hardware from Goldberg Brothers.

P180 – Ponderosa Pine, Z Style

P181– Ponderosa Pine, K Style

KA180 – Knotty Alder, Z Style

KA181– Knotty Alder, K Style


Barn Door Orientations

Barn Doors have certain designs to them. Reeb stocks the “Z” style and “K” style. Due the diagonals on each door, they are considered handed when placed in a prehung and to correctly hang the door in a frame, the orientation of the “letter” needs to be specified. This means we need to call the door as “readable” or “reversed” from the stop or hinge side of the door.


Z Style Barn Doors

View from the Stop Side

“Z” Readable

“Z” Reversed

“Z” Readable / “Z” Reversed

“Z” Reversed / “Z” Readable

“Z” Reversed / “Z” Reversed

“Z” Readable / “Z” Readable



View from the Hinge Side

“Z” Readable

“Z” Reversed

“Z” Readable / “Z” Reversed

“Z” Reversed / “Z” Readable

“Z” Reversed / “Z” Reversed

“Z” Readable / “Z” Readable



K Style Barn Doors

View from the Stop Side

“K” Readable

“K” Reversed

“K” Readable / “K” Reversed

“K” Reversed / “K” Readable

“K” Reversed / “K” Reversed

“K” Readable / “K” Readable



View from the Hinge Side

“K” Readable

“K” Reversed

“K” Readable / “K” Reversed

“K” Reversed / “K” Readable

“K” Reversed / “K” Reversed

“K” Readable / “K” Readable



Updated on May 14, 2021

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