There’s more than one way to hang, slide, or roll a door — in fact, we have more than 15 DIY versions here!

Lindsay from "Girl Meets Carpenter " used the wheel part of vintage meat hooks (discarding the actual hook part) — see more here on Remodelaholic.

The folks at AKA Design really thought outside the box — on top of building this lovely door from upcycled wood (love the vertical metal accents!), they used broken scooter wheels to create the hardware!

"Farm Fresh Vintage Finds" spent only about $20 on this DIY rolling door, using clothesline pulleys and wood scraps

Lynn Knowlton used these gorgeous wood pulleys for her barn door — and then she found local Amish to make them for YOU!

Lisa from My "Not So Shabby Life" hit up the hardware store and for about $45 used pulleys and deck hardware for this elegant-looking door hardware:

And, over at The Lettered Cottage, one of Layla’s readers, Brier, shared this solution which uses a lowly sliding closet door rail — but it hardly looks like one once it’s painted and hung with the wood!

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