No big deal, one might say, just change the sides that the hinges are on. Well true, but there are certain inherent limitations there, like a maximum of a 105 deg hinge without serious degrading of the open size of the doorway to the cabinet.
Racking my brain for a solution I thought about a pocket door and came up with a hybrid solution that would probable only lose 1/2 inch on the width of the drawers for it. I looked on the net, found nothing. So I came up with a design idea. It would even enhance to opening to the cabinet making it all much easier to use than I thought possible.
I am wondering if anyone has seen such a critter, tried it, and the life expectancy for such a door. I haven't as yet put it into a drawing in Sketch, but it won't be difficult to do. I did sketch in on a tablet.
I could use the same design on three of my cabinets, they would look like inset doors to the naked eye, and if used would I then be committed to making all drawers and doors inset as well?
I would appreciate any and all comments.