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Free new workshop '3 Simple Steps to Decorate Your Home'

Pipe Fitting Handle Instructions

Hello friends! Welcome to day three of Barn Door Week! Yesterday we showed you how to get the same grey wash finish we created on our barn door. Today we’re giving you the goods on how to recreate our fabulous industrial pipe fitting handle. 

how to make pipe fitting handles

Part of the charm of our DIY Barn Door and DIY Barn Door Track That Won’t Break the Bank is this Pipe Fitting Handle. Follow the instructions below to make your own!

PIPE FITTING

How to Make Pipe Fitting Handles

Supplies

  • fitting black iron floor flange 1″ qty=4
  • fitting black iron 90 degree elbow 1″ qty=4
  • black steel pipe nipple 1″ x close qty=4
  • black steel pipe nipple 1″ x 16″ long qty=2
  • #12 x 1-1/4″ long screws qty=16

Instructions

1. Twist one black steel pipe nipple 1″ x close into one fitting black iron floor flange 1″.

2. Add one fitting black iron 90 degree elbow 1″ to nipple.

3. Attach black steel pipe nipple 1″ x 16″ long to 90 degree elbow from step 2.

4. Twist one black steel pipe nipple 1″ x close onto 16″ long steel pipe from step 3.

5. Attach one fitting black iron floor flange 1″ to other end of  black steel pipe nipple 1″ x close from step 4.

6. Repeat Steps 1-5 for second handle. See photo above for a visual aid. Set both handles aside until door is assembled.

Click on the links below to be taken to each step to build your own DIY Barn Door and DIY Barn Door Track That Won’t Break the Bank!

  1. Instructions for Grey Wash Wood Finish
  2. Pipe Fitting Handle Instructions (YOU ARE HERE!)
  3. Sliding Barn Door Plans

Or click here for our original Upcycled Barn Door Reveal.

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