Want to keep your little kids (or pets) out of a certain part of your home? Then a Dutch barn door might just appeal to you!
Dutch door, stable door or half door – this type of door is a great solution for keeping your children or pets from going into certain areas of your house while still allowing for air and light to flow in both areas.
You can even use one as your external doors if you want more light and breeze coming in to your home while still being able to kids in or dogs out! The closed lower half will also help prevent outside dirt from getting into your house. 😉
A Dutch barn door is functional, easy to build and it adds character to a room!
Be inspired by more examples of Dutch barn doors in our album. You can also learn how to make your own by heading over to a great step-by-step tutorial linked below!
Do you think a Dutch barn door would look good in your home?
You’ll need these materials:
- Gate Hinges
- Wood screws
- Waterbased Wood Stain
- Sanding Block
And these tools:
- Measuring Tape
- Circular Saw
- Razor Blade
- Speed Square
- Cordless Drill
- Dremel Multi-Max MM20
- Foam Brush
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You can get step-by-step instructions from Justin over at Remodelaholic…