Do you love shiplap and barn doors? You’re in luck! Today we are sharing 15+ gorgeous DIY shiplap barn door ideas!
There’s something so special about a sliding barn door. It is so much more of a “feature” than a traditional door. It’s a statement and they add so much style and character to a room.
And it’s definitely not a secret that we LOVE shiplap around here. We’ve created shiplap walls – both
faux and real. We’ve installed shiplap on the ceiling and vertically on the wall and even created shiplap signs and more!
So it makes sense that when it comes to shiplap barn doors – I’m a big fan. Today I’m rounding up 15 of my favorite shiplap
barn door ideas from the world wide web to inspire you!
Barn doors are so popular and I’ve always been a huge fan, but we’ve never had anywhere in our homes where it made sense to incorporate a sliding barn door.
But when we added the doorway to our bedroom from the bathroom to
create an ensuite as a part of this renovation, it was the perfect spot to add one.
Do you want to
build a barn door? You'll love this step-by-step tutorial for how we build this modern white shiplap barn door.
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Barn doors aren't just for doorways, they also make great focal points in an entertainment center for a great way to
decorate around the TV. Hide that ugly television when you aren't using it to elevate the style of your living space.
The frame for this shiplap barn door is made using several different size boards. Once the frame is built it's easy to add the shiplap in this diagonal pattern.
Read more to learn how to make your own pair of shiplap barn doors.
Hide away your office or craft room area using an extra-large sliding barn door. This is an easy one you can build and install on a weekend.
The horizontal slats are true shiplap style, but this one is made using cedar fence boards. You could definitely use shiplap to make yours if you wanted.
Hung on a barn door track instead of barn door hardware helps keep the cost of this shiplap barn door idea reasonable.
It isn't necessary to build your sliding barn door completely from scratch. Use an old interior door as the frame for your new door.
This sliding barn door looks like it's made from shiplap, but it isn't.
Plywood strips with slightly rounded edges give the appearance of shiplap and it looks amazing!
Read more to learn how to transform your old door into a sliding shiplap barn door.
Replace your bi-fold
closet door with a custom sliding barn door. This shiplap barn door idea completely covers the opening of the closet when pulled into place.
Made with tongue and groove shiplap and painted this modern green color it's the perfect modern farmhouse accent for your bedroom.
Read more to learn how to make one for your bedroom.
Build your own modern black sliding barn door using just a miter saw and pin nailer. Yep, you only need two tools to make this amazing barn door.
This door may look like it's made using shiplap, but it's another one that isn't.
MDF wood is used to make this one and although it isn't shiplap, it sure looks like it.
Shiplap isn't just for farmhouse style anymore, it can be modern and fresh and this sliding barn door is a perfect example!
Another sliding barn door project that isn't made from shiplap, but it certainly has that shiplap look.
These sliding barn doors are a creative take on doors for this hutch. A stylish way to add storage, don't you think?
Made using v-groove planks, they are as close to shiplap boards as you can get without actually using shiplap. Read more to learn how to build your own sliding barn doors for your hutch.
This extra wide sliding barn door allows you to close off a room or leave it open for easy accessibility and flow.
Although this one is made using
MDF, you could definitely use shiplap to make your own. The classic X design gives it a farmhouse feel, while the fresh green color gives it a modern look.
Sliding barn doors are an ideal solution to doors that swing inward and block half of a small bathroom.
This double shiplap barn door idea is made using 6" shiplap which means for an opening this size you only need 3 shiplap panels per door.
I love that it's a double barn door instead of a single and that you can latch it from the inside to ensure privacy while you're in the bathroom. Learn more about
locking sliding barn doors in this article!
I love the natural finish of this shiplap barn door idea and the matte black handle adds a modern touch to this rustic door.
Made using tongue and grove boards, this project is any easy DIY woodworking project anyone can do. Read more to learn how to make your own!
When you hear Fixer Upper style, you immediately think shiplap.
Joanna Gaines made all things shiplap popular and it became a trend that was popular for quite a few years.
Painted black, the diagonal design makes this shiplap barn door idea fresh and modern. It's not made from shiplap, but you could make yours using shiplap if you wanted.
This simple barn door design is made using tongue and groove board, but you could shiplap to make this one if you wanted.
Tongue and groove boards are lighter than regular wood and are easy to put together to create a shiplap barn door look.
Read more to learn how to make your own shiplap barn door using tongue and groove boards.
Shiplap barn doors on a
coffee station? Sign me up! Anything having to do with coffee is okay in my book. Especially with that gorgeous copper barn door hardware!
This is another project that isn't made using shiplap, but you can definitely use it if you wanted to for the same look.
Access or hide whichever section of your coffee bar you need to with this shiplap barn door idea.
You will not believe how easy it is to make this sliding barn door! You could make it using shiplap, or you could do it the way this DIYer did and save tons of money.
This faux shiplap barn door idea is made using a shed siding panel. Build the frame add the panel and you have a sliding barn door that looks like it was made from shiplap.
Plywood siding and 1x6 pine boards are used to make this barn door, but you could use shiplap and get the same look.
Painting it white gives it that appealing farmhouse look and the
black hardware gives this shiplap barn door idea a classic look.
Read more to learn how to make your own!
Which of these shiplap barn door ideas is your fave?
Let us know in the comments below!