White Interior Doors at 90 Degree Angle with Matching Double Cabinet Doors
In a situation where two interior doors form a right-degree angle with doors that open toward each other, special care must be taken to ensure that neither door sustains damage. This situation is often seen in bedrooms where the closet is located near the bedroom's door. These two full-sized doors face each other and are identical simple, two panel doors divided horizontally by the door's lock rail. Both doors have brushed nickel hinges with exposed hinge pins fitted with door stoppers. The door stoppers prevent the door from opening too far and hitting the other door. As these are interior doors, the only other hardware is a brushed nickel door knob. A second set of doors is pictured. These double doors are framed and dwarfed, as they are cabinet doors for overhead storage. Both doors are fitted with brushed nickel knobs. All of the wood doors are finished in the same white interior enamel.