Sliding doors are a solution to overcome the problem of limited space in a small room or house. There are different nuances if the sliding door is part of the interior layout of the room. Dynamic and contemporary feel thick as part of the atmosphere of the room. For this time, we will discuss the ins and outs of double barn door hardware, as well as practical guidelines for how to install and tips for maintenance.

Speaking of sliding doors, Japan is a country where it is popularly used. Japanese sliding doors (shoji) made of translucent wood and paper, actually the first time in China in the 4th century BC. This sliding door is an important part of Japanese-style interiors other than tatami (typical Japanese mat). Thanks to the acculturation of culture, the sliding door finally spread to the West and was known by Ancient Roman architecture. This is confirmed by the discovery of the remains of sliding doors in the ruins of the city of Pompeii, Italy which was known to be established in the 1st century AD.

Sliding doors are seen as an easy way to separate rooms that don’t eat much space. At that time, translucent paper material was chosen because it can refract light dimly so that light can still illuminate the room but not blinding.

Bypass door can be one of the right choices for you. This type of door is most widely used as a closet door. The door will cross and back to back when opened, so also when the door is closed. This door is mounted on tracks/rails that are installed at the bottom and top of the door frame.

During its development, the sliding door was no longer made of wood and translucent paper only. There are also sliding doors made of glass, aluminum, etc. If you want to install a sliding door, what type of sliding door is the most appropriate for effective land function while increasing its visual aesthetics?