Do you put a handle on the inside of a barn door?
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Herein, do you put handles on both sides of a barn door?
As far as I know, there is no standard answer to this question. You can't install regular handles onto the backs of the doors because they will hit the door frame and wall when they open.
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Also to know is, how high should a handle be on a barn door?
Depending on you door size, you will need to know if the barn door handles you like will actually look appropriate on them. As a rule, standard height doors (80" or 6' 8") normally look good with handles that are 10" to 13" in length. If your door is 7 feet tall, a 14" to 16" will do.
Does a barn door leave a gap?
Barn doors hang from a track outside the room, covering the doorway, but leaving gaps at the sides between wall and door. For complete coverage and to minimize the gaps, make sure the door is at least several inches wider than the opening.