Real Sliding Hardware

Wood Species

The Real Carriage Door Company proudly offers 12 different wood species to choose from. Any of these wood types can be built into 10 unique styles. With options like Rustic Alder, Reclaimed Barn Wood, and Walnut you are sure to find something that you love.

We take pride in offering 100% solid wood barn doors; no veneers, nothing engineered, just top notch woods. With such a diverse lineup, it's possible to make your interior sliding barn doors either become the centerpiece of a room, or simply provide a classy, understated partition that connects and separates rooms. All of our barn doors are made with pride in the Pacific Northwest by artisan woodworkers. If you need some inspiration, please check out our complete gallery here as well as our guide to choosing a barn door. 

Read below to learn more about each of the species that we offer.

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Cherry

Cherry exhibits gorgeous colors and a resplendent straight grain. Cherry lumber colors range from robust red to soft light brown. The wood is satiny and smooth, adding elegance and refinement to any space.

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Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir features a light brown fiber with stunning dark brown growth rings. Eager to blend with virtually any décor, the Douglas Fir Barn Door is a great choice for the home. 

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European Beech

European Beech adds elegant appeal to any modern décor. With unique wood tones of light reddish-brown, characteristic rays and tiny pores, Beech barn doors are the perfect complement to any contemporary home.

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Maple

Known for its delectable syrup, maple is one of the most durable wood species available. Light and airy, a maple door will add sophistication to your favorite room. 

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Ponderosa Pine

Ponderosa Pine is one of the most versatile and adored Western Pines. It’s honey-toned sapwood and reddish brown heartwood put it a cut above. Ponderosa Pine takes most finishes beautifully, including paint, stain, lacquer and varnish. 

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Reclaimed Barn Wood

Reclaimed Barn Doors are crafted from authentic, salvaged barn wood. Add warmth and historic character to your home with the rich hues and textures of timeless barn wood.

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Reclaimed Redwood

Reclaimed Redwood Barn Doors are constructed from our limited stock of stunning salvaged redwood, full of character and history. Make your barn door a conversation starter and add warmth to your home with the rich hues and textures of Reclaimed Redwood.

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Rustic Alder

From the cozy cabin to the upscale loft these barn doors will add warmth and comfort to your home. Organic knots and burls define the rustic nature of alder. Great for the urban cottage or any place that needs a touch of nature, Alder is naturally warm with earthy tones and hints of amber.

Available (L-R) in Clear, Light Cream, Pitch Black, and Barn Red finishes.*

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Sapele Mahogany

Sapele Mahogany enhances contemporary spaces with a sophisticated quality. This distinctive wood features texture and dimension as it shimmers in the light. Durable and sleek, Sapele Mahogany is the leading choice for refined spaces.

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Timeline

Made of new sustainable lumber and eco-friendly finishes, the exclusive Timeline Barn Door offers a new twist on old fashioned barn doors. These doors are not only durable and easy to clean, but the distressed finishes look great with any decor. 

Available in Tomato Peel, Blue Chalk, Black Black, White White, and New Orange finishes.*

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Walnut

A walnut door is an excellent way to make a bold statement in your home. Luxurious chocolate brown and streaks of pale yellow create a compelling contrast. Whether your design style be modern, industrial, or rustic, the walnut door will fit right in.

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Weathered

Incorporate the timeless look of worn rustic wood into your project with a Weathered Barn Door. Made with wood harvested in the Rocky Mountain region to reduce the threat of forest fire, these barn doors are environmentally friendly and beautiful.

Available (L-R) in Driftwood Gray, Homestead, and Rural Red finishes.*

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Maple

Known for its delectable syrup, maple is one of the most durable wood species available. Light and airy, a maple door will add sophistication to your favorite room. 

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White Oak

Sturdy and strong, quarter-sawn white oak is prepared to stand guard in front of any room. With its striped grain and eye catching gleams of yellow it is sure to grab the attention of your guests.

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"Our carpenters were so impressed with the quality and so was I. It is quiet, smooth and a joy to use. All of our guests and visitors comment on it and ask where we got such an amazing piece of hardware."
- Mindi, Surrey, ENG

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