Ageless Iron’s new collection of sliding Barn Door Hardware is making it easy to capture rustic charm.  

Sliding barn doors are one of today’s hottest interior design trends, transforming something basic into a dramatic focal point that is both aesthetically pleasing and fully functional.

The new hardware system offers consistent perfor­mance, fantastic durability and long-lasting beauty and includes an expertly engineered track crafted from heavy-duty powder coated steel for smooth operation and a choice of a grip or pull. The grip and flush pull are both meticulously crafted from cast iron and hand-finished by skilled artisans for unique surface textures. Each element can be purchased separately, and the grip and flush pull may be installed together on opposite sides of the door if desired.

Barn doors are a versatile and space-saving design feature that is equally at home in contemporary, traditional and rustic decors. The collection includes a single track, one pair of roller straps, one pair of door stops, five track spacers, two track protectors, a floor guide, all mounting hardware, and detailed installation instructions to ensure a perfect fit that will stand the test of time. It accommodates openings up to 34" wide and is applicable for single, interior doors 1 3/8" to 1 3/4" thick, 28" to 36" wide, and up to 300 lbs.

The hardware comes in a crisp black finish that complements many design styles and has been zinc plated and powder coated to last for decades. The brand is known for capturing the look and feel of solid bronze at an affordable price point. All Ageless Iron hardware comes with a five-year warranty against mechanical and finish defects for added peace of mind.

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