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Craftsman T Window Clear Glass Interior Barn Doors

The Craftsman T Window Glass Interior Barn Doors are a timeless option for your space. A T-shaped plank design adds interest and symmetry, while the glass window adds natural light. This elegant barn door design is available in twenty wood species so you can create the door that perfectly fits your style. Elevate your space with this classic barn door.

 

 

A Glass Interior Barn Door With Understated Style

 

The Craftsman T Window Barn Door design features a T-shaped flat panel construction with a large glass panel on the top of the door. Inspired by the Craftsman hallmarks of deep joinery, sleek simplicity, and showcasing natural materials, this barn door brings elegance to your space as well as utility. A glass panel allows for maximum natural light, which makes this sliding barn door ideal for spaces that need brightening up. It will work in most interior decor styles but we especially love it for:

  • Vintage Décor
  • Traditional Décor
  • Victorian Décor
  • Transitional Décor

Our barn doors are all made with real wood, and we have twenty different wood species for you to choose from. We source domestic hardwoods and luxury exotic options--because you shouldn't have to limit your creative vision! Popular choices for this door include:

  • Hickory
  • Maple
  • American Ash
  • Sapele Mahogany 

 

Glass Options

RealCraft Glass Options

Another key element of your door's finished look is the glass option. Remember to consider privacy when selecting the glass for your door. Choose the standard clear glass for full transparency or the etched option for more privacy.

Custom glass options are available, please call 1-253-853-3815 for more information.

 

Pair your barn door with your favorite sliding hardware for an even more cohesive result. This door really sings with our Classic Flat Track because the crisp angles of the hardware kit echo the sleek lines of the door. 

Skilled artisans make all our doors by hand onsite in Gig Harbor, a small seaport town on the Puget Sound in Washington State.  

 

For frequently asked questions about choosing a door and hardware, see our FAQ page.If you're not sure what species is right for your space, or want to see the wood in person, you can order samples here

 

 Please note that doors will ship separately from sliding hardware when purchased together. Doors are pictured with hardware for context. Sliding hardware is sold separately, and not included with the purchase of a door. Doors are not pre-drilled for hardware. If you order a door and a hardware kit, we are unable to ship hardware installed on doors due to the risk of damage in transit. 

 

We designed these doors with interior applications in mind. We don't recommend exterior use, and can't guarantee against warping or damageif you install your door outside. To have this door specially crafted for exterior use, call us at 1-253-853-3815 and we’ll be happy to help! 

 

If you wish to customize the door even further, we can make your dream door a reality! Please understand that customization will add to the lead time. If you need more than 10 doors, or if your project requires special consideration, please call 1-253-853-3815. 

When determining the size of your barn door, we recommend that the door overlaps the doorway to minimize gaps and provide some sound-muffling for privacy. An inch of overlap on each side is a good rule of thumb for barn doors. For example, a 36” x 80” doorway would need a 38” x 81” sliding barn door. If you would like more sound sealing, then a 2-inch overlap on either side is best. To make sure it looks as intentional as possible, your barn door should also completely cover any molding on the door opening when closed. So if you have molding, you’ll need to factor that into your measurements as well.  

Need more guidance? Learn  How to Measure for a Sliding Barn Door 

RealCraft offers twenty different wood species from budget-friendly to exotic and rare. One of the reasons we love real wood so much is that it carries the character of its natural habitat. Wood species respond differently to humidity and temperature conditions. If you aren't sure which wood species to pick, call us at 1-253-853-3815.  

 

We recommend adding a clear finish to your door to protect it and ensure that it is eligible for coverage under our warranty.  A clear finish not only protects your door, it also enhances the door’s beauty while preserving its natural, unique texture. Clear finish brings out the color and detail of the wood grain.   

 

We offer the following finish options:  

White Primer: Added to Paint Grade Hardwood. For this option, we use only high-quality hardwoods like European Beech or Red Grandis. These species provide a smooth surface for paint.  

Clear Satin EuroFinish by Osmo: A premium hand-rubbed hardwax oil that conditions, seals, and finishes the wood.  

Oil Stain EuroFinish by Osmo: A premium hand-rubbed hardwax oil that stains, seals, and finishes the wood.  

 

Check out our Wood Species Visualizer below to compare the raw wood with finished wood and explore our wood species options. Slide the toggle to the left for unfinished wood, and slide the toggle to the right for wood finished with Clear Satin EuroFinish. 

 


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Why RealCraft?

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The Best Materials

All of our products are built using the best lumber available and are made with 100% Solid Wood, always.

Made By Hand

We are proud to offer products that are handcrafted from start to finish. With decades of expertise, our artisans mix tradition and innovation to create the most distinctive doors in the market. True masterpieces that will last for decades to come.

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Giving It Back

For every door we sell, 25 new trees are planted worldwide.

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