Chevron Four Panel

$940.00
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NOTE: Four panel sliding doors shown with optional hardware. Sliding Hardware is not included. Doors are slabs that can be used in sliding and pocket configuration, and will not be pre-drilled for hardware. See our sliding barn door hardware and pocket door hardware for a complete look!

A beautiful, modern take on a classic design... Real is excited to introduce our four panel chevron sliding barn door! Similar to our two panel chevron, these four panel sliding doors are handcrafted from solid wood, the chevron features handsome wood grain and naturally occurring elements, exuding Real Carriage quality. The four panel chevron barn door offers captivating texture and geometrically pleasing symmetry.  Choose from the Quill, Mountain or Valley style. Available in 1-3/4" or 1-1/2" thickness.
Each species of wood we offer boasts its own unique characteristics. Finishing your chevron barn door with a clear urethane will enhance the beauty of the wood by bringing out the striking color and detail of the grain, as well as giving your door a smooth, shining finish.

For help ordering a chevron barn door click here. For help picking a wood species, take a look at our species descriptions here.

Below you can see each species with a coat of clear urethane on the left, and unfinished on the right. Please consider these differences when deciding whether to add a finish to your four panel sliding door. If you don't see the species you want in the drop-down menu above, please call at 1-800-694-5977 to place an order.

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NOTE: Pre-primed Knotty Alder will show knots. Please note that your door may look very similar or very different from example photos. Because wood is a natural material, it can vary widely in color tone, grain pattern, and knots. We cannot make guarantees that your door will look exactly like the photos shown. Photos are intended to illustrate a similar example of what you may receive. This is especially true of reclaimed wood, as it has been weathered and aged and may have different levels of exposure or staining. In reclaimed redwood, pine, and barn wood, it is not uncommon to see rough surfaces, small holes, minor dirt or debris embedded in the wood, or dark marks from nails.