Custom Barn Doors

Custom Barn Doors

We love barn doors!  They change the whole feel of a space and can solve so many design or space issues--and certainly make a beautiful architectural statement!  Just click through the thumbnails on this page and you see just a small sample of the barn doors we've designed, crafted, and installed. We can build just about anything you dream up--or have pinned to your Pinterest board.  


There are a few pictures on this site, but to see more of our designs and installations, please check us out on Facebook:


** NOTE: Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, lumber and materials prices continue to climb; as such, this pricing reflects a starting point and may vary considerably. Pricing on this website should NOT be considered a firm quote. **


Pricing starts at $795 per door and will vary depending on hardware selections, finishes (stain or paint), and final design configuration.  Our price quote will include all standard hardware (mounting board, track, handle, floor guides, lock if desired). We take pride in working very closely with our clients by starting off with a complementary site visit to ensure the measurements and design are exactly what you want and need and that the space is suitable for the project. We also will keep you informed as your door is built and finished. It's really a fun process, and in the end you will be enjoying your barn door for years to come. 


Installation is just $200 within 30 miles of our company locations (Midlothian, VA and coming soon to Beaufort County, SC).  Additional charges will be incurred for locations outside of a 30-mile radius or if there are unusually challenging installation requirements due to existing construction (but this is rare, because we've seen and worked through just about everything!).


Please email us at to begin making your barn door dreams come true (yes, we all know you dream about them!)  We'd love to set up a meeting to discuss your very own barn door. 


Please click here for important information about potential impact of temperature and humidity on your barn door(s)