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Bifold Barn Door Hardware System

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Rustica Unassembled Kit Door Guide

1. In some areas of the country we see more damage than acceptable when kits doors are shipped unassembled in a ground shipping box, so it is possible that a kit door may ship in a crate via a freight carrier so that your beautiful door arrives without damage.

2. If shipped put together in a crate the overlays will be left to be installed on site. We recommend that you attach them with pin nails, wood glue or (if neither of those are good options) you can use ½” wood screws (not included and not recommended).

3. Many Rustica door kits have the same options as the recommended Rustica assembled doors but are offered with a more economical price.

4. Door kits do not have a warranty against warping, separating or splitting.

5. It is possible that your kit door may come unassembled and need to be assembled using the 7 inch lag screws through the side of the stiles.

6. For both Kit and Assembled doors... the hardware (hangers, handles and pulls) are not installed and the doors are not pre-drilled which allows every installation the ability to make any unique changes needed.

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IMPORTANT: When ordering a door we will ship it in a crate via a freight carrier and it will be delivered curbside. Please remember that oversized items that can not be lowered off of a lift gate may require that the customer pick up the product at the shipping hub or make arrangements to assist with lifting the crate out of the truck. If you would like alternative delivery options please give us a call at 1-800-891-8312. Please see the Terms & Conditions page for more information (https://rustica.com/terms-conditions/)
The front handle must be larger than 14 in to include a back handle.
NOTICE: Soft Close systems do not come with Anti-Jump Brackets.
NOTICE: Bi Parting systems come with 4 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Bi Parting systems come with 2 doors and 4 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Bypass systems come with 4 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Bypass systems come with 2 doors and 4 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Lightduty Bypass systems come with 4 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Lightduty Bypass systems come with 2 doors and 4 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Triple Bypass systems come with 6 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Triple Bypass systems come with 3 doors and 6 barn door hardware hangers by default.
NOTICE: Exterior Doors with door knob boring automatically get a Double Bore "Deadbolt Bore" Standard is 5-1/2" above door knob boring. The door will be prepared with the double bore hole, latch bore and latch plate mortise for a dead bolt. The Jamb will NOT be prepared with any latch bore or strike plate mortise for the dead bolt.
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Description

Bifolding Barn Door

The Bifold Barn Door and Hardware System is a simple way to save space in your home. Start by choosing the size and style of your bifold doors. Then pick out the hardware and its finish. The hardware system is designed to make sure your bifold barn doors slide seamlessly. The Bifold Barn Door and Hardware System is made in the USA and completely customizable to fit your needs.

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11 Places to Add Bifold Barn Doors in Your Home

Traditional sliding barn doors are all the rage these days and for a good reason. They look posh, function as the perfect gateway from one room to another, hide small areas like closets and pantries, and otherwise add a pop of absolute perfection to any room. These doors work well in nearly any place in your house, including:

11 Places to Add Bifold Barn Doors in Your Home

  • Master Bedroom Entrance
  • Bathroom
  • Closet
  • Guest Room
  • Pantry
  • Theater Room or Playroom
  • Kitchen Cabinetry 
  • Laundry Room
  • Windows
  • Sunroom
  • Patio Door

The list of places where you can add a pop of rustic country or elegant class is seemingly endless. No matter where you choose to place this functional and aesthetically pleasing décor element, you’re sure to make your home look like a picture in a magazine..

Master Bedroom Entrance

Every master bedroom deserves a door that stuns, welcomes, and invites its inhabitants into a place that is restful and relaxing. Regular household doors that come with new build homes and nearly every older model are often anything but stunning or inviting. Rather than keep the old hollow core door that comes with your home, dress up your master bedroom by installing a bifold barn door. These doors are elegant and classy and can be tailored to match anything from farmhouse and shabby chic décor to modern décor styles. Your sliding barn door is sure to be a significant upgrade that will improve not only your enjoyment of your master bedroom but also the value of your home if ever it comes time to sell.

Bathroom

Think bathrooms need a traditional door to ensure complete privacy? Think again! Bifold doors provide total privacy while improving the look of your transition space from the hallway to the guest bathroom or master bedroom to the master bathroom. Since a bifold door closes in the middle, there is no gap or space in between that would cause concern when it comes to providing yourself and your guests with total privacy. With the right barn door hardware, these doors will lock, ensuring stylish, secure privacy for anyone inside. If you’ve created a home decorated with rustic themed décor, a sliding barn door will provide the farmhouse touch needed to make your home complete.

Closet

Closets are notorious for having cheap, inexpensive looking hollow core doors installed. If not that, then most homes come with a cheap sliding closet door that wiggles and easily comes off the track. These options are certainly nothing that will cause closet envy.

Give yourself an upgrade that is fit to be enjoyed, looked at, and used. Bifold closet doors don’t have to look ugly. When you install a sliding closet door, make sure to install some barn door hardware, like a rustic pull handle, on your door to round out the look.

Guest Room

Think of your guest room like a miniature Airbnb. When you have guests stay with you, you want to provide a relaxing, enjoyable environment that helps them hit the pause button on the craziness of life.

Whether you’re hosting people staying through Airbnb or you simply have a guest over, make your guest room one of a kind by adding French barn doors to their room. Placing a bifold barn door at the entryway of the room creates an eye-catching pop of interest, and you’re sure to receive a fair amount of “oohs” and “ahs.” If adding an interior door to the entrance of the room isn’t an option, consider using bifold solid wood doors to cover full-length windows or provide a closet door makeover.

Pantry

Pantries are often areas of the kitchen that frustrate homeowners with how blah they initially look. Some look like a closet in a kitchen with no door; others have a boring hollow core door with no imagination. At best, the pantry door is painted, and you can slap a vinyl sticker that labels it “pantry,” at worst, you put up a curtain rod and hang a fabric floor-length curtain to disguise what is inside.

Don’t let your depressing pantry get the best of you! Transform it with a faux barn door! A wood door will add a delightful farmhouse touch to your pantry, and since it’s a sliding door, you’ll have no problems with room. No longer will you have to accommodate the swing of a full door. With a bifold closet door or bypass closet door system, your door will sail right over your door frame and add improved functionality to your kitchen.

If you want to see through to your pantry or add a frosted glass door front to look like a general goods store, go with French doors for your pantry that have glass cutouts instead of a full wood door.

Theater Room or Playroom

Do you have a theater room and want to improve the way it looks? Maybe you want to completely hide the entertainment center so your theater room can double as a playroom for your kids? Perhaps you want a way to tidy up the perpetually messy playroom. If this sounds like you, you’re in good company. There are nearly endless reasons why a bifold barn door would work exceptionally well in a theater room or playroom.

Sliding barn doors can be placed anywhere you need an area hidden that would traditionally be covered by a rolling door or a regular old door. Entertainment centers are ideal to hide behind doors if you want to keep the area off limits to little hands. Playrooms are notorious for toys scattered around the floor or overflowing their bins. Organize a closet and place a barn door to section off the storage area. Not only will this sliding closet door look great, but it will help ensure that all toys go back into their proper places. Barn doors can’t merely be shoved closed like a regular door on hinges. Barn doors roll shut, so nothing should impede the motion, and toys cannot be anywhere in the area of the door guide. Closet organization solved.

Kitchen Cabinetry

While this may not work for every kitchen, if your kitchen boasts floor to ceiling cabinets, you can take advantage of installing bifold barn doors. Rather than use the cabinet doors that often come premade with the kitchen setup, install glass or wood bifold sliding barn doors for an extra special touch. This look works best when there are no doors, several cabinets, and your doors can cover up a central portion of your cabinets when shut or cover other parts of your cabinets when “open.” Barn door designs that are installed over your kitchen cabinetry will always be in a position where a portion of your cabinets is covered. You’ll need to ensure that there are no bowls, plates, or other items that stick out over the edge of your cabinets where the door will slide.

Laundry Room

Want to hide your washer and dryer? Need to spruce up your entire laundry room? Bifold barn doors to the rescue. Whether you need to cover a portion of space or need an entryway to a whole room, get rid of your old door and install a glass or wood sliding barn door to improve the look of an area in your home that often gets neglected. Installing a sliding bifold barn door is often step one of a whole-room renovation project. Once you install the door, you may not feel the need to do any more work because it will already look so good!

Windows

Who says windows have to be covered with blinds or drapery? Some of the most chic-looking window treatments aren’t blinds or drapery at all, but rather bifold barn doors. As opposed to drapery, sliding barn doors can completely block out the light, functioning both as black-out curtains and stylish, eye-catching focal pieces that blend in perfectly with your mix of décor. Sliding barn doors are especially helpful for windows where you want to ensure absolute privacy but still want the option to open them for light during the day.

Sunroom

Think bifold barn doors and sunrooms don’t mix? Think again. Sunrooms, just like any other area of your house, should be thoughtfully styled with décor, window treatments, stylish doors, colors, and textures that create a holistic experience of enjoyment and pleasure. Bifold barn doors can cover windows or serve as the main entry door. For a door that provides a barrier but allows you to see from one room into the sunroom, choose a glass bifold barn door. For more privacy from room to room, choose a solid wood bifold barn door, instead.

Patio Door

There is nothing more elegant than a bifold glass barn door that functions as a through-way from your living room to your patio. Patio doors are like the gateway to your backyard for a whole host of occasions from backyard birthday parties to BBQs with friends to romantic getaways with your significant other. Don’t neglect this area by leaving the standard sliding door that always seems to get stuck on its track. Install a sliding barn door with glass panes to bring the outside in, watch your children play in the backyard, or simply enjoy the view from your patio. Glass bifold barn doors match with numerous décor styles from rustic to modern. The more metal you have, the more modern the door will feel. Doors with more woodwork go best with a rustic themed home and those with glass and fine metal lines work well with rustic, shabby chic, boho, and modern alike.

Upgrade Your Home

When it comes to home upgrades, the list of things you can do to improve the look and feel of your home is nearly endless. There is painting and remodeling, putting in new flooring, new cabinetry, installing new countertops, and new windows. But when it comes to finding something that can give your entire house an instant upgrade and provide a facelift to any room, there is one solution: bifold barn doors.

Bifold barn doors are easy to install, come in a wide variety of styles to match nearly any look and feel you want, and can completely revolutionize the look of your home. These doors are such high quality that they also provide a high return on investment when the day comes that you need to sell your home. Bifold barn doors function more as a piece of décor and artwork than a door. They can fit anywhere from your kitchen cabinets and bedroom closets to sunroom windows and kitchen pantries. No matter where you place one of these beautiful, handcrafted, stylish doors, you’re sure to love the new look and feel you give your home.

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Lead Times
Production and Manufacturing Lead Times
Please be advised that all doors and barn door hardware are handcrafted and manufactured to order. Lead times may vary and are only estimates. Please do not arrange for an install until you have received all correct items from your order. Before assembly or installation, check to see that you have instructions. You can download instructions here. Rustica will not be responsible for any contractor expenses and/or other fees incurred outside of your transaction with Rustica Hardware. If a door and hardware are ordered at the same time, then the door and hardware will ship together on the same date. In this circumstance, customers should base their estimated lead time off of the door’s production time and not the hardware's production time.
Barn Door Hardware manufacturing is estimated at:
  • Barn Door Hardware Same Day Shipping: Ships same day if ordered before 2:00 PM mountain time, if after 2:00 PM mountain time it will ship the next business day
  • Standard Barn Door Hardware: 3-6 Business Days (If ordered with a door, hardware will instead be shipped with the door at the current door lead time)
  • Expedited Barn Door Hardware Orders: 2-3 Business Days (please call for details and an expedited production fee will apply)
  • The Elite Barn Door Hardware (Pure, Ripple, Strut): 3-4 weeks
Barn and Pocket Door manufacturing is estimated at:
  • Sliding Geometric Barn Doors MDF: 4-5 Business Days
  • Sliding Geometric Barn Doors Solid Wood: 2-3 Weeks
  • Sliding Wood Barn or Pocket Doors: 2-3 Weeks
  • Sliding Metal Barn Doors or Pocket Doors: 2-3 Weeks (oversize doors more than 60" wide and doors with notched glass have a 3-4 week lead time)
  • Frosted Glass Barn Door: 5-7 weeks
Interior Doors (including Interior Dutch Doors) manufacturing is estimated at:
  • Interior Prehung Wood Doors: 3-5 Weeks
  • Interior Slab Wood Doors: 3-4 Weeks
  • Interior Prehung Metal Doors: 4-6 Weeks
  • Interior Slab Metal Doors: 4-5 Weeks
  • Bifold Barn Door Hardware Systems: 3-4 Weeks
Exterior Doors (including Exterior Dutch Doors) manufacturing is estimated at:
  • Exterior & Front Entry Prehung Wood Doors: 6-8 Weeks
  • Exterior & Front Entry Slab Wood Doors: 5-6 Weeks
  • Exterior & Front Entry Prehung Metal Doors: 6-7 Weeks
  • Exterior & Front Entry Slab Metal Doors: 6-7 Weeks
All other manufacturing estimated at:
  • Wall Coverings: 3-4 Weeks
  • Mantels: 5-7 Business Days
  • Conference Tables: 6-7 Weeks
  • Desks: 1-2 Weeks
  • Cranky Desk: 3-4 Weeks
  • Samples: 1-2 weeks
Shipping transit times depend on your location. We are located in Springville Utah.
Currently we will entertain some rush orders and in most cases you can expect to reduce the production time by 1/3.
Custom and Special Projects (SPOs): can be as much as 8-10 weeks AFTER all approvals are received
The manufacture process (the lead time) for hinge doors (interior and exterior) as well as custom projects begins only AFTER any and all approvals (signed docusign or custom finish approval) is received.
If you are not satisfied with this lead time, please call us to discuss options for expedited lead times. For questions call Rustica Hardware at 1-801-901-2218.
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