Marriott Hotel, White Painted Laminated Glass Sliding Barn Door Style for Bathroom Entry Door
|FOB Price:||US $165 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||100 Pieces|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|100 Pieces||US $165/ Piece|
|Production Capacity:||2000 Pieces/Month|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, Paypal|
- Model NO.: SR-1602
- Door Core Material: MDF
- Open Style: Sliding
- Inner Frame Layout: Pine Wood
- Wooden Inner Frame: Pine
- Surface Finishing: Finished
- Glass: Beveled Mirror
- Color: Customized Available
- Production Time: 25-30 Days After Payment and Confirm Shop Drawing
- Construction: Composite Stile and Rail Door with Galss Panel
- Transport Package: EPE Film with Pallets or Wood Crate
- Origin: China
- Material: MDF + Fir
- Veneer Material: High Density Board
- Function: Bathroom an Closet Door
- Inner Frame Material: Wooden Inner Frame
- Position: Interior
- Accessories: Stainless Steel Sliding Track
- Surface Treatment: Coating MDF Skin
- Design: Mirror One Side, Wood Panel The Other Side
- Payment Terms: T/T
- Trademark: Forest Bright
- Specification: 80" x 38 1/2" x 1 3/4"
- HS Code: 4418200090
White painted, Frosted laminated glass sliding barn door style for bathroom entry doors
Interior 1 Lite White Primed With Dual White Laminated (Obscure) Glass Door (Square Sticking) (1-3/4")
White color solid stile and rail
1/4'' thick laminated glass
1 3/4'' or 1 3/8'' door leaf
Bottom aluminum extrusion can be provided
Sliding track system or valance hardware can be choosed
Sliding barn doors are an elegant way to separate areas of a master bedroom. If you have a sitting room or bathroom attached to where you sleep, you'll appreciate the simple separation.
Most of the time, the entrance to a common area is wider than a doorway, so a big barn door or bi-parting 2-door system makes a nice solution for separating this space from the rest of the house.
A sliding barn door to the kitchen is a unique way to make sure no one sees you sizzling and saucing before you make your big dinner presentation.
Classic barn doors are styled like the early American barns you see from the interstate and wish you could use for a photoshoot. They'll be made mostly of slatted wood, with some X or Z design cross-bracing for support.
The door itself may be new, but reclaimed designs use old wood from authentic sources to create a rich aesthetic. These may be in a classic or modern arrangement, but there's no mistaking the real thing.
Modern barn doors use the heavy, sliding design to create more of an industrial aesthetic. These are perfect for lofts and converted spaces where variant construction materials collide to create a new look.