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Split-Level Barn DoorLikely the most distinctive feature of a barn is the split-level design of the doors. Known as Dutch-style barn doors, these doors are as attractive as they are functional, plus they look and function quite well not only on a barn, but on a shed, garage, storage building or even on rustic houses. They're also a lot of fun and far less expensive to build than what you would pay to buy them in a store of if you had a door manufacturer design and create them for your installation.

In this set of free woodworking plans, learn how to build a simple yet remarkably strong set of Split-Level Barn Doors. Each full split-level door takes a few hours to build and install, but you'll be amazed at how they'll transform the look of the barn, shed or garage on which you decide to install them. You'll be even more amazed at how little they cost to build!

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