SINGLE SLIDING

In a single sliding application, one door leaf slides to the side of the opening. Therefore, two door leaves get splined (joined) together to slide as a single unit. You can find more wooden sliding door ideas in the following galleries.

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BI-PARTING DOORS

A pair of doors sliding open from the center is considered a Bi-Parting door. As seen in the following wooden sliding door images, these carriage and barn doors slide on the same track and contact each other in the middle when closed.

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BYPASSING DOORS

Sliding door designs that slide in different planes (separate tracks) and “bypass” each other. The track may be mounted on the face of the building, or within the confines of the jamb.

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