How can work out what hinge I need for a double-door for a corner unit in my kitchen, please?
It's a tricky spot where the two doors end up at 90 degrees to each other when closed. But to close, the second door, i.e. the one that is attached to the first door rather than to the cabinet, needs to fold back more or less on to the first door before it can be swung back to be closed.
As you seem to be interested in photography why not take a few pictures of corner unit and the problem you see then take it to your nearest DIY store where you should find an expert to solve your problem.
Any hinge for that matter should solve your problem. Maybe it's in the way you install the hinge that is not somewhat perfect. Hinges work for the same purpose, whether you attach them to cabinet or to the adjoining door. Check your installation and try to make some necessary adjustments. Thanks and God bless. More power and good luck.
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