The solidly-built, easy-to-personalize Lynnwood Barn Door is a statement-making addition to any room. It can add a great pop of color, or a warm neutral tone to your space depending on your decorating style and other pieces.
The BarnCraft MDF Lynnwood Barn Door features an eye-catching geometric pattern. This door is 1 ½ inch thick and is produced using medium density fiberboard (MDF). The entire MDF BarnCraft Collection comes pre-assembled with a white-primed coating on both sides. You choose your finish color, so the sky’s the limit for color on this door series. The Lynnwood MDF Door has the design router carved on the front or both sides of the door. And, any BarnCraft door hardware may be used on these doors. Your options are endless.
Our BarnCraft MDF Lynnwood Barn Door makes a beautiful presentation in any space. With a barn door, you can save energy, create a new room or nook, and enjoy greater value in your home. You’ll love the many paint options as well. If you choose to paint the door yourself, see below for step-by-step instructions.
Going the DIY route to finishing your BarnCraft MDF Lynnwood Barn Doors? We have everything you need to guide you along the way. First, we suggest you choose a quality product such as Behr or Sherwin Williams.
At the BarnDoorz factory, we use water-based products, but you can use water,
oil, or solvent-based products based on your preference. When painting your
door, we suggest using a primer coat and a compatible finish coat. For best
results, sand all surfaces between coats of primer and finish.
Be sure to confirm that the top, bottom and side edges of the door are finished correctly. Before installing your new barn door, allow 24-48 hours for the door to adapt to your area’s general humidity and temperature. Inspect your door thoroughly before installing. If you notice a problem, notify BarnDoorz for further instructions. Prior to finishing, follow the Storage & Handling guidelines below.
Storage and Handling
●Before installing your new barn door, allow 24-48 hours for the door to adapt to your area’s general humidity and temperature.
●Always store doors flat in a clean, dry, well-ventilated room. Protect them from dirt, water and if stored for long periods of time, seal with a high-quality sealer or primer.
●Do not expose doors to abnormal heat, direct sunlight, direct moisture, extreme dryness or humidity.
●Deliver doors to your building site after plaster and cement are completely dry and avoid exposure to air-conditioned or heated environments prior to finishing.
●If stored on the job site and to avoid moisture absorption, be sure to seal all ends and edges with a wood sealer.
●To prevent oils and dirt from penetrating the wood grains, always handle doors with clean or gloved hands.
●Always lift and carry (do not drag) doors to prevent damage to the surface.
Still have questions? We can help. Contact us to discuss how you can use custom barn doors in your space today.