Double Rolling/Sliding Doors (and Triple, Too)
If you have an extra wide space or just don’t have space to slide a full-sized door to one side of the doorway, you can split the difference and use two (or more) doors instead!
You can get a similar look following this building plan for these doors we found on Better Homes and Gardens.
The Turquoise Home built two extra-large rolling barn doors to cover a large opening:
But Pretty Providence just used one extra-wide barn door, almost like a moveable wall!
If you don’t have space for a full door, you can try a bypass door system like Inspired By Charm — just be sure you have a wide opening to begin with, since you’ll be blocking half the door way even with the door all the way “open”
Wilkerdos has a very detailed tutorial for not just making the barn doors (single or double), but also hanging them on a DIY rail system — plus lots of tips!
And you can build these double barn doors over at The Handmade Home — super fun for a playroom!
Need more than 2 doors? Use a layered closet track system and barn door setup for triple doors like Build Sew Reap — all 3 doors can slide to one side, giving better access to the pantry. Or you can put bypass closet door tracks to good use and have FOUR doors (on two tracks) to cover a large span of a closet, too (via Lynne Knowlton).