Model # 73650

Internet #301287689

Jeff Lewis 36 in. x 84 in. White Collar 3-Panel Herringbone Solid-Core MDF Barn Door with Sliding Door Hardware Kit
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Jeff Lewis

36 in. x 84 in. White Collar 3-Panel Herringbone Solid-Core MDF Barn Door with Sliding Door Hardware Kit

  • Beautifully accentuated by Jeff Lewis' stylish color palette
  • Offers an elegant transition between spaces
  • Hardware to install barn door and handle included
$79900 /each

Choose Your Options

White Collar
  • Gray Geese
  • Knight
  • Pacific
  • White Collar
Door Size (WxH) in.
36 x 84
Hardware Finish Family
Black
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Product Overview

  • Beautifully accentuated by Jeff Lewis' stylish color palette
  • Offers an elegant transition between spaces
  • Hardware to install barn door and handle included
Colonial, Modern and Contemporary style homes all have one thing in common - clean lines and a balance of shapes and textures emphasizing symmetry. The 3 Panel Herringbone Barn Door provides both versatility and architectural history suitable for a modern family and lifestyle. Clean lines and Masonite's quality craftsmanship detail are seamlessly integrated within the Jeff Lewis 3 Panel Herringbone Barn Door Kit. Available in a variety of colors from Jeff Lewis' chic and classic paint collection, this barn door is worthy of his name. Let our 3 Panel Herringbone Barn Door inspire creativity and complete your vision of home.
  • Composite wood with a symmetrical design offers the ultimate in wood door authenticity
  • Colors from the Jeff Lewis paint collection's muted neutral palette are sure to complement any existing decor
  • Equally suited for modern and classic homes, the 3 panel style will complement a variety of interior spaces
  • Barn door track and hardware included - assembly required
  • Barn door track available in black straight strap track



Product Overview

  • Beautifully accentuated by Jeff Lewis' stylish color palette
  • Offers an elegant transition between spaces
  • Hardware to install barn door and handle included
Model #: 73650
Internet #: 301287689

Colonial, Modern and Contemporary style homes all have one thing in common - clean lines and a balance of shapes and textures emphasizing symmetry. The 3 Panel Herringbone Barn Door provides both versatility and architectural history suitable for a modern family and lifestyle. Clean lines and Masonite's quality craftsmanship detail are seamlessly integrated within the Jeff Lewis 3 Panel Herringbone Barn Door Kit. Available in a variety of colors from Jeff Lewis' chic and classic paint collection, this barn door is worthy of his name. Let our 3 Panel Herringbone Barn Door inspire creativity and complete your vision of home.

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  • Composite wood with a symmetrical design offers the ultimate in wood door authenticity
  • Colors from the Jeff Lewis paint collection's muted neutral palette are sure to complement any existing decor
  • Equally suited for modern and classic homes, the 3 panel style will complement a variety of interior spaces
  • Barn door track and hardware included - assembly required
  • Barn door track available in black straight strap track



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Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
84
Door Thickness (in.)
1.375 in
Door Width (in.)
36

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White Collar
Core Type
Solid Core
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Type
Barn Door Kit
Features
Easy Install
Finish Type
Painted
Hardware Finish Family
Black
Included
Handle Set,Hardware,Instructions
Material
Composite
Panel Type
3 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)
100 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Door Height (in.)
84
Door Thickness (in.)
1.375 in
Door Width (in.)
36

Details

Color Family
White
Color/Finish
White Collar
Core Type
Solid Core
Door Handing
Universal/Reversible
Door Type
Barn Door Kit
Features
Easy Install
Finish Type
Painted
Hardware Finish Family
Black
Included
Handle Set,Hardware,Instructions
Material
Composite
Panel Type
3 Panel
Product Weight (lb.)
100 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited warranty

Questions & Answers

Is there hardware for bypass/double sliding barn doors?

Asked by: Casey
Hello Casey, If you would like to make a double door configuration, you can purchase two barn door kits along with a joiner kit, which can be special ordered through Home Depot, to combine the two kits.
Answered by: Masonite Doors
Date published: 2017-09-05

Can you buy the doors unfinished? Or in a natural wood color?

Asked by: DL
Hello DL, You can order ths door unfinished at any Home Depot location. However, this door is not currently available in unfinished wood.
Answered by: Masonite Doors
Date published: 2017-08-28

can l get the door 34 in and are the stops adjustable

Asked by: marty
Hello Marty, I apologize but this door does not come in 34". The stops on the barn door are adjustable though.
Answered by: Masonite Doors
Date published: 2017-08-08

How much clearance do I need above my door to fit the wheels and track? only have 5" between my door casing and ceiling

Asked by: Bryan
Hello Bryan, If you have an 80" opening for this 84" door, then the 5" space above the door casing should suffice.
Answered by: Masonite Doors
Date published: 2017-07-10
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Customer Reviews

36 in. x 84 in. White Collar 3-Panel Herringbone Solid-Core MDF Barn Door with Sliding Door Hardware Kit is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This trendy door style seems like its still maturing. I think it looks great as the door between ... This trendy door style seems like its still maturing. I think it looks great as the door between the MBR and master bath but there was certainly a learning curve. I'll try to walk you through the details so you have a successful installation- because it looks nice but you don't need the headaches I ran into. For clarity- The product I tested is Jeff Lewis 42 in. x 84 in. Pacific 1 Panel Herringbone MDF Barn Door with Sliding Door Hardware Kit Model# 73582 The door was shipped to me on a pallet, standing up. Needed a prybar and hammer to remove. Its fairly heavy and likely you will need two people to help maneuver it. Upon unboxing, I noted that the strapping had marred the corners of the Pacific Blue/Gray finish to the undercoated white. This product does not intend to be distressed so these marks distress me. I would post more photos if I could on my review. I also noted that the foam sheets placed on the door interacted with the finish and permanently scarred the paint surface from smooth semi-gloss to a matte, bumpy area where the foam was in contact. The kit is shipped with a touch up kit so all is not lost- but more on that later. When I reviewed the instructions- it covers a need for a wood panel- specific sized in non-concrete installations like mine. I see that a white board was shipped with the door and I primed and pained the board matching paint to my wall in this case. I'm unclear if this board is intended for the mounting because something mentioned it in the packing list but its not the specific size noted in mounting instrux. Conflicting info made me confused, but I went with it. Once the board was painted, I started to mount it with wall anchors according to the instructions. I feel that the anchors provided did not work- they spin. I used heavier-duty ones that didn't spin so buy some and save the headache. Mounted the board exactly to instructions as I understand them and feel the final mounting was too high because I had to rise the door track hardware at the end on the floor. maybe double check the dims once more vs the installation instructions is my suggestion. It will take some figuring out but is worth it for final fit and finish. Being a bathroom door- we did have to accept that there are gaps from the outside- not a totally sealed door so make sure you are aware of the limitations. Our use was for shower and sink and the toilet is another door/room inside the bathroom. It being a MBR bathroom, we aren't worried about the totally sealed door. Hair drier and shower noise and light leakage is worse than a traditional door I removed. When you remove a door- the hinges were removed too. This may need to be addressed. I left mine since they exposed engineered wood and weren't worth sanding and staining. I also lost the use of hooks for towels on the back of the traditional door. I also lost the locking mechanism. I went to Home Depot and asked for solutions and ended up with a hook and eye solution. I installed this along with the outside handle. The hook on the inside provides a grab handle to open and close the door besides locking it. Plan to buy one if you are using the door for something like this. Here's where I messed up the door surface from the MBR side- I used the screws provided with the hook and eye and they ended up busting out of the other side of the door. USE SHALLOW SCREWS to attach any additional hardware because the damage is not able to repair back to perfect. I think I used 1/2" or less for my final screw choice. Be careful on this. Its an expensive door to ruin with some 3 cent screws. Also suggest putting the eye/hook high enough so little kids cant lock themselves in. You adjust the door stoppers so it can travel a set amount. They are tricky too since they have to "jump" the wall anchor standoffs. So lots of adjustments. Bottom track was installed but I needed a riser nylon cylinder I had around to get the track to the right height. I followed directions but the door ended up installing too high. It travels smooth. It locks well. I used the paint and crayon to fill in the damage from shipping and help buff out the other blemishes. The area where the screws blew through the door is still noticable but better with paint/crayon and buff. Because its MDF, the wood isn't smooth by nature with simple sanding. I would do it again but would plan to repaint the whole thing or find an easier material to work with. I think these details I ran into will be considered in the future and Home Depot will offer innovative solutions. Looks great but was a lot of work.
Date published: 2017-09-10
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