Sharing my new Barn Doors from Erias Home Design with Wayfair and how I incorporated it into my eclectic style.
This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine and mine alone.
Hello friends! It has been a HOT while since I shared my master bedroom. If you remember, the last time I left you, the master bedroom looked a bit like this: (see the whole post, HERE)
What you did not know was that the part of the room that was never shown was actually still blue…hence, the blue hue. I finally got my act together and finished painting the rest of the room white…AND I also updated my bathroom doors to barn doors. Prior to Wayfair approaching me for this campaign, I was honestly thinking of creating “barn doors” aka sliding doors for my bathroom. I know that it seems unexpected of me, but I love the look of them especially when they are a bit different than the typical. You feel my drift? I know most of my followers are probably thinking….Jessica and “barn doors”….NO WAY!!!! YES WAY, I needed the bathroom floor space and the look and functionality of barn doors offers me just that.
The barn door that I decided to go with for this space was the Erias Home Design prehung double interior door. Instead of sliding to one side, it splits and opens up in the middle. We ended up moving the mirror that was hanging where that art print is currently hanging to allow for proper door allowance.
Here is a view of the door open and how close it gets to the art work. There is an iron door stopper located on the rail that I can adjust depending on how wide I want to open the doors. Something to take into consideration while playing with the idea of a barn door is that there will be a gap in between the door and trim. It does not bother me, but it may bother some.
What I love most about these “barn doors” is that they do not look like the typical barn door. They are made out of MDF but give the look of wood in a more traditional setting. I feel as though they complement my room in a way that I never expected. I am really digging the faux wood tone and stylistic vibe that I am getting from it. I don’t have much to say about the installation process, except that this is a two-man job and make sure to use the proper anchors and screws.
Here is a view of the door when it is open. I did not plan on sharing this image, but I always want to be my most honest self. Y’all already know, when it comes to projects…I am messy. My master bathroom is a throwback to the 90’s and I have a dresser sitting in the middle of the room from a previous project. For the most part the bathroom is cleaned. I just need to move that dresser and closet rods out of there (check out that reveal, HERE). In other wards, please excuse the bathroom, but enjoy the view of this door.